This is My Struggle
Alex Nolan tells his story - if you watch one thing today watch this!
Nineteen year old Alex Nolan has an 'acquired brain injury' from involvement in a road traffic accident when he was 6 years old. His life has had some other twists and turns, however he has been getting support from the Hereford Headway Centre based in Credenhill. The story he tells is about his 'struggle'.
Volunteer at Hereford Headway
Herefordshire Headway offers support to adults with acquired brain injury and their carers. We help people between 18 and 65 years who have had accidents, illnesses, strokes or brain haemorrhages, and also provide help and support for their families and carers. Herefordshire Headway was set up in 1989, as an independent local charity, being affiliated to National Headway. We are concerned with all aspects of the care and rehabilitation of adults with acquired brain injury, whatever the cause, who live in Herefordshire. At present we have between 80 and 90 members who attend our day centre regularly.
Contact: Sheila E Sanders
Telephone: 01432 761000