Public phone: 01752 550559 / 0808 800 2244
Website URL: http://headwayplymouth.org.uk/
Service offered: Headway Plymouth’s primary objective is to provide support to survivors of traumatic brain injury, help them to come to terms with the changes in their lives and to learn to live as independently as possible. Clients are helped to redevelop independent living, social and communication skills through activities such as drawing, painting, cooking, board games, all designed to improve cognitive and problems solving skills. We provide respite care for family and carers.
Target group: People who have experienced an acquired brain injury.
Area served: Plymouth and district, including Saltash, Cornwall.
How to contact: Phone 01752 550559 / 0808 800 2244 or email: email@example.com
Weekends: Closed and Bank Holidays
Wheelchair access: Yes - full
Accessible toilets: Yes
Access notes: Parking on Milne Place, all day for blue badge holders, 3 hours without a blue badge. Walk a footpath to Headway House between Devonport Park and UTC Plymouth. Wheelchair accessible ramp leading from the footpath to the front door.
Languages other than English: N/A
Charity number: 1150786
Year established: 1989
Staffing: 3 Full Time
Public transport: Devonport train station - 10 minutes’ walk. Buses 7a, 10, 11, 46 stop 50 yards from Headway House outside UTC Plymouth
Record last checked: 07 November 2023