Anger as brain injury support group shuts

A vital rehabilitation programme for people with brain injuries has been axed by a city council.

The Momentum Skills Pathways and Fresh Start programmes - which help people with brain injury- are to shut at the end of June after Glasgow City Council bosses withdrew their funding. Six employees will be made redundant and around 25 service users will be left without the lifeline, the only programmes of their kind in Glasgow. Dozens of service users have been left angry and upset by the decision and some say the news has brought back feelings of stress and anxiety which they were receiving help to deal with. Other service users are not only worried about what they will do for support in the future, they are baffled by the council's decision to withdraw funding and are demanding answers. Read the full story.
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