The four-year Moving on from Brain Injury project, based in Newry, supports adults with acquired brain injury are no longer able, or haven't sufficiently recovered, to build skills and return to employment. Members will run a social enterprise, where they will take part in craft activities to produce items to sell to the community. Selling the items will help them connect with the community again and give them confidence to get involved in other activities. The project is also supporting carers.
A larger amount of funding (between £20,001 and £500,000) for projects working with your community – whether that’s a community living in the same area, or people with similar interests or life experiences.
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