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Miles is a confident, energetic and outgoing young man and always a delight to see at our camps.   Miles and his family are sharing their story of survival after a car accident. Learning to walk, eat and talk again and living life to the fullest following brain injury.

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Hey i’m Reece. I was in a car accident in 2007 and have since had an ABI. The injury has since had quite the impact on my life, both positive and negative. Let’s start with the negative, I suffer from fatigue and have difficulty with concentration, I find it difficult to process new information and […]

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I suffered a stroke at the age of six in 1999. Since then I have had many struggles and triumphs. My struggles include learning to do everything one handed, as a result of my stroke I now have hemiplegia which means I do not have full use of my right arm and leg. I also […]

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“What is Heads Together?” – a question I get asked every time I pack my face paint, sleeping bag and best ‘get dirty’ sneakers before camp. Also a question that can be difficult to answer succinctly, because I think Heads Together means so many different things to many different people. It’s a community where you […]

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What you learnt about families and acquired brain injury since volunteering with Heads Together? Since participating in the heads together camps I have come to understand that an ABI is not always a visible injury and can come in many shapes and forms and effect people in many different ways. What do you enjoy most […]

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