News & Press Coverage

16th March 2019: Wolfson Centre Voc Rehab Group

Chris Brunker, Chair of HSWL, was invited to speak with Tony Hart, Link Worker for Headway West London, on 16th March at the Vocational Rehabilitation Group, Queen Mary’s Hospital, Roehampton.  The group had a lot of questions about Headway and how people with a history of acquired brain injury support each other as they deal with their challenges.

 

1st February 2019: BA Magic Charity

Read Joe’s fantastic story flying back to Australia here with BA Magic.

 

2018: Please offer me a seat campaign

One of HSWL’s regular service users, Tom Ryan-Elliot, has been part of the new Transport for London ‘Please offer me a seat’ campaign.  TfL is offering a free badge or a discrete card for passengers with hidden conditions who may find it difficult to find a seat during busy periods.

Tom developed epilepsy following his brain injury and although he uses a wristband with epilepsy written on it, hopes that being part of this campaign will make travelling better for others.  You can read his personal story that he has shared with the Epilepsy Society and look out for these TfL posters in stations around London.

You can register with TfL for these items here.

 

Headway South West London in the news:

HSWL and Action for Brain Injury Week featured in the May 2017 edition of Time and Leisure Magazine – Wimbledon.

Details about our Wimbledon group have been published in My Merton, Merton Council’s magazine which is delivered to every household in the borough.hswl-my-merton-page-001


An article featuring our Chair, Christopher Brunker, talking about our new Balham day group featured in the South London Press.South London Press 26.08.16-page-001


Our allotment featured on the Martin Way Allotment Garden Association websiteMWAA websiteTrustee Becky Newman in April’s Headway NewsHeadwaynews


Local Award Winning Publican holds Charity Fund Raiserscreenshot


Wandsworth Civic Awards – 2014 WinnersUntitled


Headway South West London runs for funds (Your Town Wimbledon website)NEWS


Wimbledon charity launches new service for brain injury patients in south west London (Wimbledon Guardian)othernews