Here is a full review of UKABIF’s 7th annual conference with summaries of the talks, details about the award winners and information about the Manifesto for Children, Young People and Offending Behaviour.
Congratulations Nick Verron for the Stephen McAleese Award for Inspiration!
After being stabbed through the brain in an unprovoked attack in 2009, at the age of 25, Nick spent weeks in a coma, months in hospital and his family were told to expect the worst. Overcoming all odds Nick has recently taken part in the UK’s first ever full length Para-triathlon to not only increase awareness of acquired brain injury, but to also raise over £3000 for UKABIF.
The United Kingdom Acquired Brain Injury Forum (UKABIF) returns to London’s Royal College of General Practitioners headquarters in Euston Square for its 7th Annual Conference on the 11th November 2015.
Speakers from the medical and legal world will present on topics ranging from the future of specialised commissioning, the clinical tools required for neurobehavioural rehabilitation and the issues surrounding acquired brain injury and offending behaviour.