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Coffee Mornings Online

If you have an acquired or traumatic brain injury you are welcome to join us for an online Coffee Morning.    

Sessions are facilitated by a member of staff and/or a specially trained volunteer. 

Don't feel isolated, lonely or depressed with your brain injury, join us. Sessions are online for one hour, using Zoom and you can be as active in the session as you wish, or you can quietly listen to the conversations going on. You are welcome to take part on your own, or a family member or carer can sit with you. 

We talk about all sorts of things, the weather, sport, hobbies, days out, current affairs, cooking, gardening, holidays, problems we are facing, solutions that we have found, how we received our brain injuries, anything really. 

  • Peer Support - talk about brain injury and what you or other members of the group are going through (good and bad things).  You are not alone and we understand.

  • Guest Speakers - this could be anything. Members of the group suggest topics that interest them and we try to find a speaker.  Please get in touch if you are a speaker on an interesting topic.   

Come and take part from your home, enjoy a coffee and join us.  You will realise you are not alone. Everyone helps everyone with advice, stories and encouragement, be a part of our group! 

Online Coffee Mornings are provided as a free service, however donations are needed to help us provide these services.  

You may wish to support these sessions by becoming a members of the Friends of Headway Surrey Scheme, costing £40 per year. 

We welcome enquiries from local companies who would like to sponsor this service, please get in touch at enquiries@headwaysurrey.org  

How to book your place:

Contact us for an initial discussion to see if this service will be of benefit to you and for details of how to join online 01483 454433 referral@headwaysurrey.org

Time:  Wednesdays.   11am - 12 noon. 

February 28th

March 13th & 27th

April 10th & 24th

May 8th & 22nd

June 5th & 19th

July 3rd, 17th & 31st

August 14th & 28th

September 11th & 25th

October 9th & 23rd

November 6th & 20th

December 4th & 18th 

 

 

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Young Persons Group 18-35

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Walking Talking Group

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Link workers and hospitals

We can provide tailored training to your staff or group. This can be a presentation on a particular topic or a question-and-answer session.

How you can Help Us

Donate to Headway Surrey

We rely on voluntary donations to continue to provide vital services to brain injury survivors and their families. There are many ways to make a donation

Volunteer

Whatever your skills and experience - we can find you a role.

Fundraising

It is surprisingly easy to help raise funding for Headway Surrey.