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Call our helpline: 01483 454433

Charges and Referral

Centre Days

  • Whole day:
    • 10am - 2.30pm
    • £72 (£54.06 for those receiving Adult Social Care benefits)
  • Half day:
    • 10am - 12noon or 1pm - 2.30pm
    • £60 (£40 for those receiving Adult Social Care benefits)
    • These are all held on Tuesdays and Thursdays, a mix of brain injury education, cognitive communication group, art group and special interest groups. Your free initial assessment will identify the most suitable ones for you.
    • Not sure? You may try one session for free before you commit.

One to one sessions

  • 1 hour on Zoom or at Guildford Centre
  • Individual or family group
  • £112 (£91.80 for those receiving Adult Social Care Benefits). Special offers sometimes available. 

Six-week courses

£60 for six sessions

  • Understanding Brain Injury Introductory Course
  • Young Persons Understanding Brain Injury Introductory Course
  • Counselling Course
  • Family and Carers Survival Toolkit Course

Free Services for Friends*

  • Helpline and Email/text/Whatsapp Support
  • Coffee Morning, Quiz, Walking Social Groups 
  • Young Persons Support Group
  • Workplace Survival Support Group
  • Getting Ready for Work Group
  • Leavers Group
  • Walking Group

*We encourage everyone to join the Friends of Headway Surrey for £40 per annum.

Professional Training and Talks

  • By ABI Link Worker
    • 10 - 40 mins,
    • Zoom or face-to-face.
    • Ideal for staff meetings
    • FREE
  • Bespoke Professional training sessions
    • cost on application.


You can self-refer for our services, or be referred by a medical/health/social services professional.

Tel: 01483 454433.

The Services Coordinator will then contact you for a brief chat via telephone or Zoom, to ensure you find the best service for your needs. If our services are not a match for your needs, we will advise you on more suitable services.

The Headway Surrey Rehabilitation Team have all undertaken the nationally recognised Headway UK Certificate in Brain Injury, from Northampton University. Combined with this, they bring many years of working with special needs, disability, challenging behaviour, autism and psychology.

Our team will help you to set realistic goals to enable you to achieve your ambition to live well with your brain injury.

Adult Social Care Benefits in Surrey

Find out about care and support for adults at the Surrey County Council website

Useful Welfare Benefit Factsheets



Other Services

Art Sessions

Read about our sessions. The first one is free!

Brain Injury Education Workshops

Education workshops aim to help the understanding of how brain injury affects a person’s thinking skills.

One to one individual or group sessions

We offer one to one education sessions on zoom for individuals or family groups to educate and support on individual issues.

Young Persons Services

We have a range of courses designed for young people aged between 18 and 30.

Coffee Morning Social

This is a FREE SERVICE and is available to anyone with an Acquired Brain Injury.

Counselling Services

A safe space to enable change without judgement where each person can explore and discuss their issues.

Family and Carers Support

Family, close friends and carers are important and need their own space and time to deal with the effects of being with and caring for someone with a brain injury.

Friday Friends Social and Walks

This is a FREE SERVICE and is available to anyone with an Acquired Brain Injury.

Professional Training and talks

We can provide tailored training to your staff or group. This can be a presentation on a particular topic or a question-and-answer session.

How you can Help Us

Donate to Headway Surrey

We rely on voluntary donations to continue to provide vital services to brain injury survivors and their families. There are many ways to make a donation


Whatever your skills and experience - we can find you a role.


It is surprisingly easy to help raise funding for Headway Surrey.