Come and share in the ‘Life of Brian’, where we will follow Brian’s not-altogether-smooth progress as a brain injured child into and through adulthood, and consider the difficulties and issues his journey presents to those working with Brian and his family.
Guided by a scenario-based example in the form of the ‘Life of Brian’, we will cover many of the complex and challenging issues encountered during post-settlement. The event is ideal for case managers, deputies and social workers and follows on from the incredible, sell-out success of our ‘fantastic, thought-provoking and highly relevant’ Life of P event, run in 2017 and 2018.
The Life of Brian is designed to prompt discussion and will provide an opportunity to think through many of the more challenging conundrums and transitions that complex cases can encounter. Delegates will benefit from our exceptional speakers who have a wealth of experience across case management, legal fields, deputyships and other related fields.
Join us as we follow Brian and his family from the early years after his birth injury through to adulthood and later life and look at some of the tricky issues that particularly involve case managers and deputies.
The day will focus on many of the themes and challenges that are faced by professionals as they work balancing many factors to ensure Brian and others like him can achieve a lifestyle of their choosing, work toward and achieve their goals and develop independence whilst benefitting from optimal and individualised support.
Brian’s path has its highlights but is not always a smooth one, the day will consider and discuss aspects including;
- Early years support to Brian and his family
- Educational frameworks, Education Health and Care Plans
- Selecting and purchasing a house
- Settlement of litigation
- Family breakdown and its impacts
- Vocational options and support
- Vulnerability and protecting Brian from abuse as a child, teen and adult
- Brian’s relationships with his partner and his own children
The day will be especially valuable to case managers and deputies as speakers share their experiences of managing these challenges alongside the opportunity to discuss and network with other delegates. We hope that further areas of challenge will be identified to build upon for a follow up on Brian further along his life pathway.
||Registration, Refreshments & Networking
|9:10 – 9:20
||Welcome & Introductions– Chair: Vicki Gilman, Managing Director, Social Return Case Management
||Paediatric Brain Injury Outcomes and Predictors and Long-term Prognosis–Dr Vijay Palanivel-Consultant in Paediatric Neurodisability at The Childrens Trust
|10:00 – 10:40
||We Didn’t Ask for Any of This’: Providing Case Management and Supporting the Whole Family–Kevin Cross-Kevin Cross Case Management
||Refreshments & Networking
|11:10 – 11:50
||The Education of Children with ABI – Legislation v Practice: Challenges and Solutions–Judith James– Independent Special Education Advisor -Education and Case Management Services Limited
|11:50 – 12:05
||Short Panel Question and Answers session
|12:05 – 13:00
||Lunch & Networking
|13:00 – 13:40
||‘So why do we need a lawyer?’–Lisa Jordan-Medical Negligence Solicitor – Irwin Mitchell Solictors
|13:40 – 14:20
||‘The Teenage Years’–Dr Gemma Costello– Specialist Educational Psychologist at The Childrens Trust
|14:20 – 14:50
||Refreshments & Networking
|14:50 – 15:30
||‘Flying the nest – challenges and considerations for the financial deputy’Catherine FullerandRosalind Hamlyn-Partners in the Deputyship department at Thomson Snell & Passmore
|15:30 – 16:10
||‘Relationships, Risks and Safeguarding’–Dr Audrey Daisley– Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist
|16:10 – 16:30
||Panel Question and Answer Session
|16.30 – 16.40
||End of day and closing remarks
Chair: Vicki Gilman – Case Manager at Social Return Case Management
- NEW Dr Audrey Daisley – Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist – speaking on the subject of ‘Relationships, Risks and Safeguarding’
- NEW Lisa Jordan – Medical Negligence Solicitor – Irwin Mitchell Solicitors – ‘So why do we need a lawyer?’
- Dr Vijay Palanivel – Consultant in Paediatric Neurodisability at The Children’s Trust- ‘Paediatric Brain Injury Outcomes and Predictors and Long-term Prognosis’
- Catherine Fuller and Rosalind Hamlyn -Partners in the Deputyship department at Thomson Snell & Passmore -‘Flying the nest – challenges and considerations for the financial deputy’
- Judith James -Independent Special Education Advisor – The Education of Children with ABI – Legislation v Practice – Challenges and Solutions.
- Kevin Cross – Case Manager, Kevin Cross Case Management – ‘We Didn’t Ask for Any of This’ Providing Case Management and Supporting the Whole Family.
- Dr Gemma Costello – Specialist Educational Psychologist at The Childrens Trust – Speaking on the subject of The Teenage Years
Don’t miss out on our spectacular event offers, exclusively for BABICM members!
- Earlybird Rate: BABICM Members are entitled to an early booking discount rate. See the pricing window for details. (Earlybird booking deadline: 27 September 2019.)
- 5 tickets for the price of 4: get your fifth ticket free!
The seminar will focus on key milestones in P’s life in particular focusing on specific issues faced by case managers and deputies, providing real life examples of issues that our speakers have encountered.
For Exhibition & Marketing Opportunities with this event, please scroll down.
Ideal Networking Opportunity!
Expect to meet:
• Brain Injury & Complex Case Managers
• Social Workers
Full list of Exhibitors
- Virtual Administration
- The Childrens Trust
- Richardson Partnership
- Thornbury Nursing
- GM Coachworks
- Neuro Rehab Group
- Design for Independence
- Prestige Nursing
- Independence Homes
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