Complimentary Acquired Brain Injury Conference

accomplish to host a complimentary ABI conference, bringing together advocates, professionals, staff and clinicians

We are delighted to offer complimentary ABI conference tickets. The conference will be held on the 19th June 2019, from 9.30 am until 4.oo pm at Mercure Manchester Norton Grange Hotel and Spa, OL11 2XZ, ROCHDALE. Complimentary lunch and refreshments will be provided.

The focus of the conference is Neuro-rehabilitation and is entitled Pathways to Independence. The aim of the day is to bring together advocates, professionals, staff, clinicians and people we support.

The Benefits of attending will be to self assess and reflect on own practice, the opportunity to network with colleagues and other professionals and to discuss best practice.

Learning Outcomes

  • Understanding Neurocognitive and Mental Health models of challenging behaviour
  • Supporting individuals to cope with and reduce distress
  • Pathways to independence

Guest speakers

Dr Richard Clarke Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist. Presenting; Managing challenging behaviour/intense feelings in community settings

Jim Weir ABI Advisor. Presenting; Developing passive and active environmental supports and strategies to promote autonomy, control and engagement

Karen Royal Vocational Psychologist. Presenting; Vocational pathways back to work

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