Transitional Conference 2016 The Big Black Hole From Childhood To Adulthood

Transitional Conference 2016 The Big Black Hole From Childhood To Adulthood

Transitional Conference 2016 The Big Black Hole From Childhood To Adulthood #ABIChild2016

Irwin Mitchell is delighted to be hosting a day long conference looking at multi-faceted issues of children with a brain injury and their families moving from childhood through adolescence into adulthood.

We are currently in the process of applying to get CPD accreditation from ‘The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health’ for this conference.

We would like to hear your views on how you find the service provision for children moving into adulthood, and have developed a survey that should take you no longer than five minutes to complete (survey link at the bottom of this page), whose results will be referred back to throughout the conference.

Finally, thank you to those who have already asked about sponsorship and exhibition stands. As this is an Irwin Mitchell hosted conference, we are not offering these opportunities however any non-charitable organisation can have the opportunity of placing a flyer into the delegate packs at a cost of £50 with all proceeds being donated equally to the Child Brain Injury Trust and Headway. There is no charge for any charities who would like to take up this offer. Please email Kirsty Peters for further information.

Kind regards and we look forward to seeing you at the conference with a full programme being published very soon.

Download the conference presentation here.

Date:
27/Apr/2016
Venue:
The Studio
51 Lever Street
Manchester
M1 1FN
Speakers:
Guest speakers on the day will include:
- Paediatric Healthcare Professionals
Charities
- Irwin Mitchell clients who will be sharing their own experiences of how they managed the transition from childhood to adulthood.
Time:
9:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Organiser:
Kirsty Peters
Manchester
Tel:
0161 838 7275

To book on to this event please email the event organiser Kirsty at Kirsty.Peters@IrwinMitchell.com

Survey Link Here

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