Providing support & rehabilitation to people with acquired brain injuries in Cornwall

Open every Tuesday, 10am until 4pm

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It is good to be back

Headway Cornwall's day service has been closed throughout the Covid-19 pandemic in order to keep our vulnerable community safe.

We are delighted to be open again every Tuesday from 10am to 4pm at our new venue Redruth Community Centre, Foundry Row, Chapel St, Redruth TR15 1AW.

Anyone with an acquired brain injury is welcome to stop by, along with any friends, family, or carers.



Our service aims to assist our attendees to increase their self-esteem, self-confidence, mental and emotional well being, relieve stress and isolation, and to encourage physical rehabilitation. There are opportunities to widen their horizons, try new hobbies and learn new skills.

  • We provide meaningful activity and support at our day centre in Redruth.
  • Drop-in facilities for clients, family members and carers at all of our centres.
  • Telephone and online support, information and advice.
  • Home and hospital visits


Your support powers our service. Every pound raised or minute of your time given helps us make a massive difference to the lives of brain injury survivors, their families and carers.

If you are interested in joining our team of volunteers, we would love to hear from you. We have centres operating in the Lostwithiel and Redruth areas. Training and DBS checks will be provided and we are happy to pay reasonable travel expenses.

If you are looking to donate or fund-raise for us, please visit our Support Us page for more information on the many ways you can help.

The Support Us page also includes info on our plans for "Headway House", a dedicated rehabilitation centre here in Cornwall.


When Comic Relief visited us

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Headway Cornwall was filmed as
part of
Comic Relief

As part of the launch of Comic Relief 2019, the BBC came to our Scorrier centre to see how we are using the funding to help people in Cornwall dealing with acquired brain injuries.

There was a real buzz of excitement and those that were interviewed and featured had a wonderful time in front of the cameras

The film originally aired on BBC spotlight on the 30th January 2019 and can be viewed here thanks to the kind permission of the BBC.