Brain injury charity in appeal for volunteers

14th Mar

A Worcestershire charity supporting adults with acquired brain injuries is looking for more people to join its team.

Headway Worcestershire, which is based at The Mill, Gregory’s Mill Street, is seeking new members to join the charity in supporting and improving life for adults with ABIs.

Mandie Fitzgerald, chief executive, said: “We’re always on the lookout for new volunteers and would welcome any interest. We also have two paid roles for those who would like to join us as a support/care worker and a wellbeing service care and support worker. It’s a really rewarding place to work and we would love to see some new faces to help us to improve the lives of those who need our care.”

Feedback for Headway Worcestershire’s support workers is exceptional. One recent review shared on Facebook said: “I would just like to praise a member of your staff. I was shopping in Sainsbury’s at St John’s, Worcester, and a young lad wearing a Headway Worcestershire lanyard was accompanying a man while he was doing his shopping. How he spoke and treated the man was amazing, spot on…

“I work for the NHS and I know how important it is to be appreciated and I hope this lad knows he is doing a great job and I, for one, am extremely grateful.”

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