You, me, and brain injury
As anyone directly affected by brain injury will tell you, it’s not just the individual that is impacted. Relationships can be altered in an instant, with a the ripple effect of brain injury changing the lives and futures of partners, family members and friends.
You, me, and brain injury will highlight the effect brain injury can have on many different lives, in many different ways, while demonstrating the various ways in which people can help those living with brain injury to adapt and regain a degree of confidence and independence.
The campaign will be launched during Action for Brain Injury Week on 14-20 May, building on the success of last year’s A New Me campaign by once again putting people directly affected by brain injury at the heart of our awareness-raising work.
Get involved and raise awareness
There are many ways to support our campaign this year. Click on the ones that you fancy for more details.
1. Create a short ‘Thanks to you’ video
Make a short video about someone who has helped you cope after brain injury; that special person who has been your rock, shown you vital support and helped you take on life.
2. Complete our relationships survey
We want to know how brain injury has affected your relationships.
3. Share your story
Have your relationships changed since brain injury? Tell us how and help us raise awareness.
4. Pick a song
What one song have you turned to after you or a loved one sustained a brain injury? Why does it mean so much to you?
- Tell us by posting your favourite on our Facebook page or on your Twitter feed making sure to tag us in using @HeadwayUK
5. Share our posts
We need you to share all our posts on your social media, the more noise we make, the more people we can help.
6. Take part in Hats for Headway Day
Every year, we ask our supporters to wear a wacky hat, make a donation to Headway and post a picture on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram using the hashtag #HatsForHeadway.