We live in a world where technology is advancing rapidly, this session, from Mike Gomm of SMA Legal, will cover advances in access to text and reading, voice recognition for people with dysarthria, augmented reality and robot arms for people who have been affected by brain injury.
Assistive Technology and brain injury webinar
This webinar is aimed at catastrophic injury and clinical negligence lawyers but will also be of interest to case managers and therapists who support clients with a brain injury.
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Fees for this webinar:
Member firms may book free places at this webinar and will receive unlimited access to the recording for a period of 9 months from the date of the webinar.
- Free places for Brain Injury Group members
- £29 + VAT for everyone else
- A 4 week pass is available to companies for £125 + VAT. This will allow one free place at live webinars held in that 4 week period and unlimited access to recordings of those webinars only for a period of 9 months from the live webinar date. For details email email@example.com
Accredited by APIL Training (1 hour litigator/senior litigator).
Booking for the Assistive Technology and brain injury webinar
To book a place at this training webinar, click here and register on the Go To Webinar event page (the page will open in a new tab).
Assistive Technology and brain injury webinar recording
After the live webinar, a recorded version will be available for 9 months through our brain injury training webinars page.
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