Wednesday 26 June 18:30 - 20:30

1 Wimpole St
1 Wimpole Street

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The Woodland Friends Book Launch

Health & Wellness

Join us on Wednesday 26th June 2024.

We will be inviting all friends of The Silverlining Brain Injury Charity to join us on Wednesday 26th June 2024 for the Woodlands Book launch. We will provide free drinks and canapes.

The Silverlining Brain Injury Charity supports adult brain injury survivors. Our Silverliners have worked together to create a book to support and empower children with brain injuries. The book illustrates the consequences of brain injury (cognitive, emotional, behavioural, social, and physical effects), as well as to highlight helpful strategies to increase resilience in the face of challenges.

The Silverlining Charity is bringing together the power of creativity in all its forms to enable Silverliners to shine. Our online support groups provide a positive platform for survivors to continue to grow and develop their lives after brain injury. It is our pleasure to bring different creative expressions together to create our own unique take on brain injury challenges and the power of joining in friendship and positivity going forward.

This project is a collaboration of our creative growth groups. These groups include:

  • Healthy Relationship Group
  • Creative Writing Group
  • Art Group
  • Photography Group
  • Music Therapy Group
  • Drama Group

On the evening, the book will be narrated by notable actor Maryam d'Abo who herself has suffered a brain injury.

The address is: 1 Wimpole Street, Westminster, London W1G 0AE

The date is: Wednesday 26th June 2024

The time is: 6:30pm to 8:30pm

Map: 1 Wimpole St - Google Maps

With easy transport links via train, tube, and car. The venue has disabled access and we hope you can all make it. Please only get tickets if you are 100% sure you're able to make it so no one's space is wasted.

The Silverlining Brain Injury Charity offers opportunities for all those affected by brain injury (Silverliners) to get involved in exciting and purposeful activities in the community. Our service users include the brain injured as well as their family members and friends who are often overlooked despite the effects brain injury can have on loved ones.

We run free and low-cost activities and events in the community encouraging our members to reconnect, grow and discover something new. All our activities are open to adults of all abilities; we believe that disability should never be a barrier to personal achievement. Our work engages brain injured people with the wider community in such a way which invigorates, motivates, and rehabilitates to discover a sense of purpose, social structure and added meaning to their lives.

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