ConnectAbility - a national £250k, three year fundraising appeal for assistive technology for service users


Three Peaks Challenge in memory of Huw

A group of friends are taking on the 24 Hours Three Peaks Challenge in memory of Huw Thatcher who passed away at the age of 15 years on March 13th 2011.Huw suffered a brain hemorrhage whilst playing in a football match for Hepworth United near his home town of Holmfirth in West Yorkshire.

Seminar Success at Tŷ Aberdafen

More than 40 people attended ‘Fatigue Management after Brain Injury’, a free educational seminar hosted by Tŷ Aberdafen at the National Botanic Garden of Wales, Llanarthne

Sit-skiing achieves Matthew’s ‘need for speed’

Tŷ Aberdafen arrange a Ski-trial for Matthew at a Disability Ski Group based in Pembrey Country Park, a dynamic and social group lead by a local independent neurophysiotherapist.

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The Foundation wins coveted disability award

We are delighted to have won the 'Disability' category of this year's prestigious Charity Awards, for the work of the Foundation in supporting prisoners and homeless people who have sustained a brain injury.

David Lidington MP visits Kent House

Kent House in Aylesbury recently welcomed David Lidington MP and Minister of State at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office to the service, where he met with staff and took part in a Q&A session with service users.

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