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Who We Are

Headway Gauteng, started in 1995, is a registered welfare organisation dedicated to offering various support programmes to survivors of brain injury (BI) and their families.

The Masiye Phambili Project

“Masiye Phambili” means “Let us move forward” in Zulu. The Masiye Phambili Project consists of a group of enthusiastic people who have a brain injury, who are making and selling a variety of hand made products.

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What is Brain Injury (BI)?

An Acquired Brain Injury is the term given to an injury to the brain sustained during a person’s life, as opposed to being born with a problem.

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09
Jun

Headway Journal Club

Dear Journal Club members, It gives me great pleasure to announce our next Journal Club: Speakers: Elma Hofmeyr – Registered Counsellor and Christine Buchanan – Registered Counsellor Topic: Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy Date: Tuesday 24th June 2014 Time: 17h00 – 18h00 Venue: Headway, 85 First Road, Hyde Park Cost: R10 About the speakers: Elma is a Registered Counsellor in private practice with an […]

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14
May

Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Workshop

Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Workshop Presented by Michelle Cahi (Registered CPR Trainer and Occupational Therapist) CPR is an extremely useful skill for health professionals, caregivers, family members or persons working with a vulnerable population. It is vital to know how and when to use CPR. This workshop is open to anyone who would like to learn […]

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14
May

Supported Conversation for Adults with Aphasia (TM) Workshop

HEADWAY TSHWANE has the privilege of hosting a wonderful CPD on  Supported Conversation for Adults with Aphasia (TM) Presented by Tamsyn Bernath ‘Communicating with clients who know more than they can say’ Supported Conversation for Adults with Aphasia ™ is a communication system and method designed to reveal the competence of those with expressive aphasia i.e. by […]

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