Congratulations to Gwenda Cage and Trish Campini for their nominations as finalists in the 2018 Headway UK Carer of the Year Award. Both finalists have devoted their lives to caring for their sons for decades following life-changing brain injury. Pictured: Gwenda (centre) receiving the Carer of the Year Award.
States Emma Truin (pictured): “We see on a daily basis the heroism of people living with brain injury as they strive to deal with traumatic, life-changing events; it is both humbling and inspiring. This is why we love the Headway Awards as it gives us an opportunity to recognise and celebrate the contribution that people like Gwenda, Trish and all of the finalists make to the lives they touch.”
Our congratulations to all of the finalists (pictured below) at the UK Headway Awards which took place in December 2018. It was a moving event and we look forward to a year of working with Headway Cambridgeshire and Headway UK in 2019.
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