West Midlands Acquired Brain Injury Forum (WeMABIF) regional meeting
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West Midlands Acquired Brain Injury Forum (WeMABIF) regional meeting

West Midlands Acquired Brain Injury Forum regional meeting - This free and informative event cannot be missed if you work with or support those affected by brain injuries, or if you are a brain injury survivor in the West Midlands. An opportunity to network with individuals across a wide range of disciplines and pathways - this is an ideal opportunity to tell people what you do, share best practice and build contacts as well as hear great speakers.

When: WeMABIF Regional Meeting
From 2.00 - 4.00pm
Where: No. 5 Chambers
Fountain Court
Steelhouse Lane
Birmingham, West Midlands  B4 6DR
United Kingdom
Contact: Rachael Chamberlain
07872 401048

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Focussing on paediatric ABI pathways and discussions, the last WeMABIF meeting of 2019 is kindly hosted by No. 5 Chambers.

Speakers include:

Sian Phillips - Advanced Occupational Therapist - Birmingham Women’s and Children’s NHS Foundation Trust


Sharon Machin - ABI Coordinator (Midlands) - Child Brain Injury Trust


Representative from No. 5 Chambers


Parking for the event can be located B4 in Weaman Street https://www.b4parking.com/  or NCP Royal Angus, https://www.ncp.co.uk/find-a-car-park/car-parks/birmingham-royal-angus/ both 2 minutes’ walk from No. 5 Chambers.


Our sincere thanks go to No.5 Chambers for kindly agreeing host this event.


Collecting tins will be available at the event for any donations you wish to make to the Child Brain Injury Trust.

Contact UKABIF
Box 2539, Kemp House, 152-160 City Road
London, EC1V 2NX
0345 6080788
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UKABIF is a registered charity number 1128284 and a company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales Company Number: 6520608. Address of the Company's Registered Office: Box 2539, Kemp House, 152-160 City Road, London, EC1V 2NX

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