This year’s child brain injury event will focus on older children. Designed for catastrophic injury lawyers (claimant and defendant), this event may also appeal to case managers and therapists, insurers, health care professionals and charities who support those affected by brain injury.
The day will feature sessions on
- ABI and youth offenders
- EHCPs – what are they, who needs them and why?
- The transitional years – the developing body and mind
- The transitional years – moving from paediatric services to adult services
- Starting employment
- Independent living trials
Accreditation pending from APIL Training (5 hours Litigator/Senior Litigator)
Agenda subject to change due to speaker availability
Brain Injury Group member law firms qualify for ONE free place. Additional places available at the preferential rate of £95 + VAT
Case managers, therapists, healthcare professionals and charities £95 + VAT
All other delegates £190 + VAT
Price includes refreshments, lunch and course materials which will be available to download.
For more information on Child Brain Injury: The teenage and transitional years
- email firstname.lastname@example.org ;or
- for a closer look at the agenda view our Brain Injury Group – Child Brain Injury: The teenage and transitional years training event flyer.
Brain Injury Group brain injury Child Brain Injury: The teenage and transitional years training event Sponsors
With thanks to Nestor Partnership – sponsors of our 2019 brain injury training programme
Our partner in respect of financial and benefits advice is associate member, Nestor Partnership, an IFA that specialises in providing services to personal injury and clinical negligence legal practitioners and their clients.
With thanks to Independent Living Solutions for sponsoring this event
ILS are a leading independent case management and rehabilitation company supporting catastrophically injured children and adults nationally. Experienced in specialist areas including speech therapy, moving/handling, posture, physiotherapy, and nursing.