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Headway North Staffordshire

Welcome To Headway North Staffordshire

Dedicated to supporting people with head injury and their families since 1987.

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Luke Cryer, a team GB mountain biker and medallist, sustained a brain injury last year whilst cycling on a pump track. His injuries were not nearly as serious as they could have been because he was wearing a helmet. Luke organised an event to raise awareness of cycle safety at Kidsgrove Pump Track on 7th October. He also wanted to raise funds as a thank you for the support he received Headway North Staffordshire during his recovery. Ant Thane of Humanoid, offered to cover the event free of charge. This is the completed video of the event.
For more information about Ant and his work click the link below
Click below for Luke’s Press Release and bio
"Headway North Staffordshire is crucial to brain injury rehabilitation pathway, as it plays a central role in getting people to participate in life and in society again."
Professor Anthony B Ward, Headway North Staffordshire President

Headway North Staffordshire

Headway is the leading UK charity dedicated to the care and support of people who have sustained a brain injury. It aims to promote a wider understanding of all aspects of brain injury and to provide information, support and services to people with a brain injury and their relatives and carers.

Headway North Staffordshire is affiliated to Headway, The Brain Injury Association.

Headway House

Headway North Staffordshire has been a valuable source of help, information and support for people with brain injury, their carers and families within North Staffordshire for over 30 years. Headway House, rehabilitation & respite service and activity centre located in Stoke-on-Trent, aims to help improve the quality of life of members by maximising opportunities and choices for them, whilst providing respite to their families.


People with acquired, traumatic, or stroke related brain injuries, their families, or carers can ask to be referred to Headway to gain access to the services we provide.

Get Involved

Headway North Staffordshire is an independent charity relying hugely on the generous support of individual donors and volunteers. There are numerous ways you can help us to continue and improve the facilities and services we offer to people with brain injury and their families in North Staffordshire. Click on the button for details.

Get in Touch

To find out more about North Staffordshire Headway and any of the services we offer, please get in touch today!