Regional Groups: South West ABI Forum
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Welcome to the South West ABI Forum

This group runs several free meetings in Taunton, Exeter and Plymouth. The meetings are open to everyone and are attended by a mixture of legal, health and social care professionals. Meetings usually have one speaker followed by a discussion with updates from attendees and networking time.

The group is run jointly by Jackie Burt (Case Manager at Westcountry Case Management and Chair of the Brain Injury Social Work Group), Ali Bazley, South West Regional Co-ordinator for Headway and Chloe Hayward, Executive Director of UKABIF.

All enquiries should be sent to or

We look forward to seeing you soon!


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wrote on the Regional Groups: South West ABI Forum wall: Today we are joining regional groups from across the UK to meet with the UKABIF Board of Management. We aim to learn from each other by sharing ideas and good practice. We will also be reviewing the new groups area of the UKABIF website to see how it can help us to network locally and share information about our work and events.
Posted 12 June 2019
Chloe Hayward joined the group Regional Groups: South West ABI Forum.
Posted 03 December 2018

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