Learn how to love your brain at Head Matters 2023: The Brain Charity’s open day
There'll be talks on topics including beating brain fog, sleep issues and brain injury rehabilitation
Head Matters is The Brain Charity’s annual open day, where you can find out all about how we can support you – no matter whether you are completely new to The Brain Charity or are a regular visitor.
If you’re able to travel to our centre in Merseyside, we hope you can join us on Wednesday, 15th March, 2023. The event will open at 10.30am and close at around 3.30pm.
This year’s theme is ‘Love your brain: feed – protect – maximise potential’. There’ll be a range of talks throughout the day on how we can look after our brains, so save the date!
Expert guest lectures include:
- Brain injury rehabilitation by Professor Gus Baker.
- Beating brain fog by Dr Sabina Brennan, neuroscientist, health psychologist, author and host of the Super Brain podcast.
- An exploration of sleep issues with Specialist Sleep Practitioner Helen Rutherford, from The Sleep Charity.
As usual, you will have the chance to ask questions of the experts afterwards.
You’ll also be able to head inside an inflatable brain to learn more about the six parts of the brain, and find out how to look after your mental health and wellbeing with Healthy Mind UK.
Other charities, groups and partner organisations will also have stalls in our building offering advice, support and interactive activities around neurology and neurological conditions.
Please visit this page and sign up to RSVP and let us know you’re coming.
Head Matters is part of Brain Awareness Week 2023.
Head Matters is generously sponsored by Endura.