Wellbeing Centres

Working together to improve your health and wellbeing.

Headway Worcestershire has Wellbeing Centre’s based in Worcester, Bromsgrove and Kidderminster. The wellbeing services offer a comfortable environment where individuals living with an ABI can meet people, make friends, learn new skills and gain confidence.

The service currently offers a variety of programmes and activities, tailored to suit different needs and levels of recovery leading to a better quality of life.

How can you achieve this?
At our centre, we use activities that you enjoy enabling you to learn new skills and re-learn old ones that may have been lost. We focus on people doing things for themselves and so becoming more independent. By working together we aim to improve your health and wellbeing.

  • A person centred and holistic approach to continued rehab.
  • Re-learning of lost skills – education, cognitive & social
  • Learning coping/ compensation strategies
  • Acquiring new interests/skills
  • Meeting with other brain injured people
  • Learning how to modify behaviour
  • Addressing problems with following instructions
  • Receiving guidance support
  • Improving self-confidence and self esteem
  • Accessing community activities
  • Support to become more independent
  • Avoiding isolation & deterioration
  • Flexibility & choice

“I have made some wonderful friends and have so much confidence.  The staff are friendly and I love going.”

We Offer
Social and Physical Activities including:

  • Kitchen skills and meal preparation
  • Computer, art, craft, ceramics, woodwork and music
  • Individual and team games
  • Literacy and numeracy work
  • Communication group
  • Gardening
  • Community based activities
  • Physical exercise groups
  • Local history
  • Drama

What are the benefits?

  • Social contact and stimulation
  • Respite
  • Preventative care
  • Practice communication and daily living skills
  • Increased concentration and motivation
  • Emotional support

“It gives my wife a break.”

We work with clients on:

  • Cognitive function
  • Memory strategies
  • How to plan
  • Sequencing and processing
  • Confidence building
  • Inappropriate behaviour
  • Activities of daily living

How to access our services

If you think that Headway Worcestershire might be able to help you or someone you care for, it’s easy to make a self-referral. Our open and friendly referral system means that you don’t have to go through a social worker or health professional, simply complete one of our referral forms, available here, email enquiries@hwtl.org.uk or call us on 01905729 729. Once referred, you’ll be contacted and we will set up an initial discussion, where we can discuss your options.