Free Training Event - ABI in Children and Young Adults (POSTPONED UNTIL 2015)
November 11, 2014 –
‘The Impact Of Acquired Brain Injury On Children, Young Adults And Their Families: Multiple Perspectives’ (POSTPONED UNTIL 2015)
The FREE training seminar will examine a range of issues including: • The effects of brain injury on the individual • Parenting a child with brain injury. • The impact and trauma on the family. • Education issues. • Assessment, treatment and support.
Speakers will include:
Louise Wilkinson, Information and Learning Manager at Child Brain Injury Trust.
Dr Ailsa Smith, Consultant Clinical & Neuropsychologist with Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust & Recolo UK Ltd.
Charlotte Foxton, Neurological Physiotherapist at Physiofunction.
Maureen Le Marinel, family member and member of National Executive Committee of UNISON. An individual who suffered acquired brain injury as a child.
The seminar is aimed at Case Managers, Health Professionals, Social Workers, Lawyers, Volunteers, Family Members and individuals with an interest in acquired brain injury in children and young adults.
To reserve a place on this FREE seminar or for more information, please contact : Lynne Colbeck on 01904 430600 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information download: Training Event on ABI in Children and Young Adults