Sources of Help
Headway South Bucks will always try to help you, and where we cannot provide you with specific support, we will endeavour to “sign-post” you to other organisations who can provide the support you need.
Use the links below to explore some organisations who may be able to help you further:
Aylesbury Vale Clinical Commissioning Group - Aylesbury Vale CCG is responsible for commissioning health services for the population of North Buckinghamshire, England.
Bucks Alliance of Neurological Organisations (BANO) – Works to ensure that every person diagnosed with a neurological condition in Buckinghamshire will have access to high quality, joined-up services and good information from first symptoms, throughout their life.
Bucks Community Head Injury Service (CHIS) - The community head injury service provides specialist assessment, rehabilitation and family services for adults (16+) who have an acquired brain injury, either as a result of an accident or illness.
Bucks Disability Service (BuDS) - BuDS is a Buckinghamshire charity run by disabled people for disabled people. As a real disabled person’s user-led organisation (DPULO) living by the social model of disability, we are determined to tackle only the issues which disabled people themselves think important.
Bucks Service User & Carers Organisation (SUCO) - SUCO is created and led by disabled people and carers. Its aim is to campaign for better services for service users and carers locally and to represent their views and concerns. In particular it is focused on influencing the design and delivery of Adult Social Care Services and on recruiting and supporting people to do this.
Carers Bucks - Carers Bucks exists entirely to support and promote the wellbeing of family carers
Chilterns Clinical Commissioning Group - Chiltern Clinical Commissioning Group (Chiltern CCG) is a group of 35 GP practices in Amersham, Wycombe, and across South Buckinghamshire, serving a population of over 320,000.
Community Impact Bucks - an independent charity which provides comprehensive support services to other charities, community groups, social enterprises and rural organisations throughout Buckinghamshire.
Headway National – this is the UK charity’s website and provides comprehensive information on Acquired Brain Injury, as well as a Helpline for those who have just experienced a brain injury.
Headway UK produce a wide range of booklets and factsheets. They are available to download in electronic format, free of charge, from their information library (click to view)
South Bucks Association for Speech & Communication Help (SBASCH) - a local independent charity raising funds to support children & adults in Mid & South Bucks who have speech & language communication difficulties. Such difficulties could be due to a wide range of conditions and SBASCH also works to raise awareness of this. We have a busy social calendar for patients and their carers & families, and more information is available from our website.
DISCLAIMER: Links from this website are provided for information and convenience only. Headway South Bucks cannot take responsibility for the contents of the sites linked to, or for the information found there.