Be Heard

This year’s Action for Brain Injury Week focuses on issues around ‘Socialising With a Brain Injury’ and we want to hear your experiences.

Whether it’s feeling too tired to meet up with friends, no longer understanding jokes or losing your place in a conversation, a brain injury can create new challenges. We want to raise awareness of these challenges and we want you to get involved!

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We would like you to create a video diary to show us how you or your child has been affected both socially and on a day to day basis by acquired brain injury. All you need is a phone or camera with a video recording function. You can record one short video, different clips throughout a week explaining the daily social impact of a brain injury, an event or whatever format you feel would be suitable. The important thing to remember is that it doesn’t have to be very long at all, just tell us how you feel.

If you would like to more information please email our Fundraising team. All videos need to be emailed to Emily by Friday 5th February 2016.

We’ll be sharing the videos we receive as part of our Action for Brain Injury Week campaign via our website, Facebook and Twitter to spread awareness.


We have put together a short survey around the key issues following a brain injury. It will only take a few minutes, but by completing our survey you can help us better understand the effects of acquired brain injury. All you need to do is click here. The results will be shared during Action for Brain Injury Week.

This year’s sponsors for Action for Brain Injury Week is Bolt Burdon Kemp Solicitors’.BBK