Support for Internet Explorer

It looks like you’re using Microsoft Internet Explorer as your web browser. This is now considered ‘end-of-life’, and Microsoft is withdrawing support for it because it uses outdated technology. This means that it will no longer receive important security updates and previous bugs will not be fixed.

This means that the risk and cost are placed on service providers to develop twice for modern browsers and again for Internet Explorer. As free, modern alternatives are available for most platforms it is difficult to justify spending public money on further development.

Please see the Withdrawal of support for Internet Explorer notice from NHS Digital for more information and guidance.

Brain Haemorrhage Support Group

Support group for people and families affected by brain haemorrhage.

Who is it for?

Although the majority of our members have been treated at Walton Centre NHS Foundation Trust, Liverpool, we welcome anybody who has been directly or indirectly affected by brain haemorrhage. This invitation is offered regardless of whether you suffered a
brain haemorrhage recently or in the distant past.

What we do

We aim to provide both practical and emotional support for people affected by brain haemorrhage. We bring together those affected by the condition to identify and address common issues. The intention is to reduce the negative impact brain haemorrhage has
on people’s lives. We want to help restore people’s self-confidence and wellbeing by removing some of the barriers and understandable anxieties. Ultimately, we hope to speed their progress, independence and recovery.

Coffee and chat

The first Monday of the month 10.30am-12pm at the Brain Charity

Information stand

The last Thursday of the month 1-4pm at the Walton Centre. Meetings are announced on Twitter.

How can I access this service?
Online the form on our website.
When is this activity on?
Meetings are announced on Twitter.
How much will it cost me?
Disabled access
The Brain Charity car park is for Blue Badge holders only. Ramped entrance. Lift. Accessible toilet in the foyer.
How to get there
The Brain Charity’s nearest station is Lime Street. As you come out to the station foyer, turn right and exit to Lord Nelson Street, then immediately left to Pudsey Street. Then, turn right to London Road and proceed for about 170m until you reach a dual carriageway. Turn left and walk down Norton Street. The Brain Charity is on your left.
Social media

Follow us and find out the next meeting date on Twitter

What groups of people is this for?
The general public
What age groups is this for?
What areas of the city is this for?
People from anywhere in the city


Brain Haemorrhage Support Group, The Brain Charity, Norton Street, L3 8LR
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