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Quarriers Renfrewshire Head Injury Service

Quarriers Renfrewshire Head Injury Service are a charity that provides support for 16-65 year olds living in the Renfrewshire Council area who have an acquired brain injury (ABI).

The charity run a variety of services including The Sunshine Club. The club offers those with an ABI a space where they can share their experiences and socialise with people who understand what they have been through.

Quarriers provide brain injury awareness training and support to help individuals on a day-to-day basis. This can be helping clients to set realistic goals by working with them, their family and carers.

The support is provided either within groups like The Sunshine Club or on a one-to-one basis. This can help overcome the short and long terms effects of their injury. As well as  providing an understanding of how an ABI can impact an individual.

Digby Brown and Quarriers

Digby Brown has worked alongside Quarriers for a number of years as regular attendees at Brain Injury Network Group meetings and the Head Injury Information Days.

We offer support to the charity and their members by providing free welfare rights advice, staff training sessions and a legal advice service.

Full information on the Quarriers Renfrewshire Head Injury service and the services they provide can be found on their website.

0333 200 5926

Monday to Friday: 8am - 8pm 
Saturday and Sunday: 12pm - 4pm

(Please note, local rate, even from mobile)

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