During this seminar, held on Thursday 8 September 2016 in Bristol, expert speakers and practitioners provided best practice advice and practical information on providing effective support following traumatic brain injury.
Speakers considered both the effect that a brain injury can have on individuals, and also those responsible for providing social and medical support, and offered guidance on rehabilitation and the transition to independent living.
We have made available PDFs of the PowerPoint presentations and handouts from the day, for your reference. Please click the links below to view
- Manifestation of a brain injury: what happens after traumatic brain injury
Dr Steven Allder, consultant neurologist, Re:Cognition Health
- The ripple effect
Kim Chamberlain, senior associate, Novum Law
- Behaviour following brain injury
Dr James Tonks, consultant clinical psychologist, Haven Clinical Psychology Practice
- The role of the deputy
Christine Bunting, director, Hyphen Law
- Care and case management
Anita Pascoe, clinical manager and case manager at West Country Case Management
Thanks to funding kindly provided by Hyphen Law and Novum Law, a guidance report, including case studies provided by speakers at this event, is now available. To download a free copy of this resource, or be sent a hard copy of the report, please visit Brake's online shop.