Headway Wirral

Organisation details

Address:
The Fountain Project 90-92 Chester Street
Birkenhead
Wirral
CH41 5DL
United Kingdom
Telephone:
07506 975 261
Email:
headway.wirral@gmail.com
Website:
http://www.headwaywirral.org.uk
Services
  • Advocacy
  • Befriending/Buddying/Mentoring
  • Carer Support Groups
  • Case Management
  • Drop In
  • Education/College Links
  • Family and Carer Support
  • Hospital Visiting
  • Information
  • Support with Volunteering Opportunities
  • Therapy Services
  • Training for Professionals
Activities
  • Art/Crafts
  • Cookery
  • Exercise and Fitness
  • Holidays/Outings
  • Service User Groups

Meetings

Weekly, Every Tuesday 10am - 2pm

The Fountain Project, 90-92 Chester Street, Birkenhead, Wirral. CH41 5DL

07506 975 261

Weekly, Every Thursday 10am - 2pm

Potens, 20 Park Road South Birkenhead

07506 975 261

Weekly, Every Wednesday 9am -1pm

Age UK building, Meadowcroft Spital Road, Bromborough

07506 975 261

Carers Support

Fortnightly, Every other Tuesday 11am - 12pm

The Fountain Project, 90-92 Chester Street, Birkenhead, Wirral. CH41 5DL

07506 975 261

Further information

 

We currently provide a drop in service each Monday and Thursday and a social group each Tuesday, in different venues throughout Wirral. Covid restrictions permitting, we also provide a fortnightly drop in at the Brain Injury and Stroke Unit at Clatterbridge hospital.

Our service is completely free of charge and suitable for all of those affected by an Acquired Brain Injury as well as their family and friends. The sessions take place at the following times and locations;

Monday; 10 am to 12 noon at Westbourne Hall, Westbourne Road, West Kirby CH48 4DQ

Tuesday; 10 am to 2pm at 'The Fountains Project' 90-92 Chester Street, Birkenhead CH41 5DL

Thursday; 10 am to 12.30 pm at Meadowcroft, 304 Spital Road, Bromborough CH622DE

Activities are arranged based upon the wishes of attendees but include arts and crafts, computer skills, games and accessible exercise. Once a month the Tuesday Group enjoys a day out to local places of interest.

We also provide advice and support to those seeking benefits, legal advice as well as practical advice around living with a brain injury. We keep a range of Headway published information and can signpost people to other services and community organisations.

We raise awareness of brain injury through presentations to medical students at Liverpool University, training police officers on how to deal with ABI victims, as well as presentations to local General Practitioner Groups in the area.

Telephone support is also available.