March is Brain Awareness Month - Headway invites you to a Brain Day event near you!
Headway's Pauline Wood features in the December 2023 Edition of the New Zealand Occupational Therapy OT Insight magazine.
Read the latest Newsletter from Headway Brain Injury Auckland.
Headway Brain Injury Fundraiser Movie night 11 December 2023
At Headway house – May 18th – 25th
Congratulations and thanks to Andrew and Maxime Farrimond who completed the BDO Lake Taupo Cycle Challenge...
We're planning a QUIZ NIGHT at Headway House Thursday 13th October.
Despite lockdowns and Headway House being closed, there is still lots of action happening and we are doing our best to keep you connected.
A tool to support you as you work through the journey of dealing with life after a concussion.
Last month Headway House had a desperately needed wash!
It's lovely to see so many of you coming along to Headway House and share in the real sense of community that you have created.
The days are getting darker as we are getting into winter, but that doesn’t mean we need to start hibernating.
The Headway Art Group recently enjoyed a meeting with Local MP, David Seymour.
The Headway community shares a special place in the heart of Alison McLellan.
Saturday 22nd MAY - Wearable Arts Hat Parade
Alison was one of the 3 finalists selected for the Ryman Senior New Zealander of the Year Award
Find out about our services, activites and what Headway can do for you, your friends and whānau.
... with great regret we announce that the planned picnic for this Sunday has been cancelled.
Book the date in your diary – Sunday 21st February 2021.
Woman who's battled for Kiwis with brain injuries recognised for 40 years of hard work.
Happy New Year to Everyone.
It’s that time of the year again, Christmas.
Introducing a new activity at Headway House - Tai Chi for Wellness.
It has been a challenging and interesting year for all of us.
Kia ora e hoa mā! Kua eke
At the time of writing this, Auckland is due to go down to Alert Level 2 on Sunday 11.59 pm.
15-24th May is your chance to support New Zealanders who face the daily challenges of living with brain injury.
Could you spare 10 minutes to complete an online survey?
Hats for Headway is an effective and simple way to show your support for people living with Brain Injury to live a better life.
Aengus OCurraidhin pictured in ICU in hospital 4 years ago.
The Inner Wheel Club of Aotea is currently raising funds to assist with the cost of our long standing and very valuable facilitated Women’s Support Group held here at Headway House Epsom.
Friday May 4th 2018 is a night I’d like to never remember.
Every 9 seconds someone in the United States sustains a brain injury.
General News March 2017
A Fundraising Dinner for Headway:Brain Injury Auckland Alexandra Park 24 March 2017
Headway: Brain Injury Auckland has run a number of support groups over the years.
Welcome to the Headway: Brain Injury Association of Auckland website...
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