Brain Injury Cafe Bristol

We're delighted to support the Brain Injury Cafe Bristol. An informal social and support group for those impacted by brain injury. 

When founders Danny & Emma suffered unexpected brain injuries in their thirties, they found there was a gap in the market for a safe place to meet with other brain injury survivors. 

In this short video, Danny & Emma along with founding supporters, Paula Hill, Medical Negligence specialist, and Amy Nunn, Trainee Solicitor, outline what the Brain Injury Cafe is all about and the huge benefits it brings to its members. 

The group usually meets fortnightly on a Wednesday between 1pm - 3pm at Windmill Hill City Farm A £2 donation towards refreshments is appreciated. We have moved to weekly Zoom calls to ensure our members safety during the pandemic. 

For more information about the Brain Injury Café please get in touch with Paula or Amy directly or contact us through our Facebook or Instagram pages as you prefer.

The cafe is a warm and welcoming group and all brain injury survivors are welcome. 

Brain Injury Café Bristol Facebook page

Brain Injury Café Bristol Instagram

"Being able to talk openly with others who understand is a massive benefit." 

Emma


"Be with people that just get it. You don't have to explain yourself or ask lots of questions, but anything goes. If you want to talk about medical things, you can, if you want to talk about Coronation Street, you can! You can chat about anything and be around people that genuinely understand your situation."

Danny 

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