Friday Friends Social and Walks
Monthly Friday Quiz, held on the first Friday of every month on Zoom 10.30am-11.30am. It is suitable for all levels of knowledge and capability (and you need not tell anyone your score!). Join in with your family member or carer. Great fun.
Monthly Walking Group, held on the 3rd Friday of every month at a different location eg. Godalming, Woking, Guildford, Cobham. It is usually about 1 mile on a flat and disability friendly route, so it is suitable for those with walking aids and wheelchairs. The walk incorporates a refreshment stop.
The staff and volunteers will be there to meet you from 10.30am for 10.45am start. Finishing at approximately 12noon. If you are unable to manage the walk but would like to meet us at the refreshment stop for a spot of socialising, we can try to accommodate. The locations we pick normally have free parking, disabled parking, public toilets, seating and refreshment facilities. We will be collecting donations on the day for Headway Surrey (cash preferred, however card reader will be available).
The Walking Group is suitable for survivors, family, friends, their children and well behaved dogs on short leads.
Other activities are planned for the New Year. The website will be updated in due course.
If you want to find out more about our activities and the location of the walk, contact us below and register your interest.
Tel: 01483 454433.
We need volunteers to help with Friday Friends, so if you are interested, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Charges and Referral
Read about our charges and how to be referred to Headway Surrey.
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.
Brain Injury ID Card
The Card is designed to help the general public and Police to more easily identify brain injury survivors and ensure that they receive an appropriate response and support.
Coffee Morning Social
This is a FREE SERVICE and is available to anyone with an Acquired Brain Injury.
A safe space to enable change without judgement where each person can explore and discuss their issues.
Community support is focused upon an individual’s unique needs, goals and aspirations; our aim is to maximise a person’s potential and allow them to live as independently as possible.
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.
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.