Headway and Huntington’s Ceilidh Night

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Our friends at the Scottish Huntington’s Association have kindly invited us to join their Ceilidh evening at Pollokshaws Burgh Halls on Saturday 17th March 2018.

A night of Ceilidh Dancing… Bringing cultures from around the world together through dance and music. Saturday 17 March falls on St Patrick’s day, so, no matter if you want to celebrate or not, you can come along and have a good old knees up.

The venue has been used to film Outlander, Still Game and Strictly Come Dancing and hosts a lovely dance floor…

Pop up bar with all drinks £3 and soft drinks £1
Raffle.
Children welcome!

Where: Pollokshaws Burgh Halls    2025 Pollokshaws Road, G43 1NE Glasgow, United Kingdom

When: Saturday 17th March: 7.30pm til 11.30pm

Tickets: £8   (under 16’s go free.)   Buy in advance or pay on the door

The proceeds of tickets sold by us will go towards Headway Glasgow funds.

 

New Headway UK factsheet on scans and tests after brain injury

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The new Headway UK factsheet offers information about scans and tests that are commonly used to diagnose and monitor brain injury.

 

Readers are informed about how each scan/test works, whether any preparations are required beforehand, the process of the scan/test and any risks associated. The factsheet also covers some information on waiting for and interpreting scan/test results.

The scans/tests covered include x-rays, CT, MRI and PET scans, EEG, SPECT and fMRI scans.

We hope that this new factsheet helps to inform people about and alleviate any concerns people may have if referred to any of these scans or tests. Key terms are defined in a glossary at the end of the factsheet to make information easier for readers to understand.

You can download the factsheet below or from Headway UK’s Information Library,  There are also many other relevant and interesting factsheets and booklets to download on many aspects of brain injury.

SCOTTISH HEAD INJURY FORUM

 

The Scottish Head Injury Forum (SHIF) is a registered Scottish Charity, founded in 1993. It is a national umbrella organisation representing the interests of survivors of brain injuries, their families, and those who work with them.

If you are an ABI Survivor or Carer membership is completely free, so get in touch with them via their website to be added to their membership list to be kept up to date with all their events in 2018.

SHIF run three training events each year around Scotland.

Find out more on their website:     https://scottishheadinjuryforum.org

Individual Membership Prices:

3 x Delegate Places/Year = £65
ABI Survivor = Free
Carer = Free

Information, support and activities for people with a brain injury and their families.