Child Brain Injury Trust Annual Conference 2017 – Programme

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Claire Rogers
Managing Director, Progress Care Solutions Ltd
“Extraordinary ways to live an ordinary life” – Overview of the issues that families face following childhood ABI

Dr Anne Gordon
Consultant OT in Paediatric Neuroscience, Evelina London Children’s Hospital
Review of outcomes and needs for families of recent multi centre research and parent workshops, following childhood ABI

Monica McCaffrey
Chief Executive, Sibs
Acknowledging the impact on siblings

Sarah Mackie
Author, Caxton Bell Publishing
Helping siblings to re-engage

Dr David Lee
Clinical Director, Sleep Unlimited
Intervention considerations for children with a brain injury and their families

Dr Sian Hocking
Clinical Psychologist, Cardiff & Vale University Health Board
Parental adjustment and the role of social support in childhood acquired brain injury – Phenomenological Analysis

Judith James
Independent Education/ABI Specialist, plus a parent – Rebecca Taylor
Review of one family’s journey in obtaining the education they required for their child

Victoria Moss
Brain Injury Case Manager, Anglia Case Management
Exploring some of the stresses in family relationships, particularly parental relationships, and how an understanding of family systems theory can be used to support relationships

Maggie Sargent
Brain Injury and Spinal Nursing Care
Value of family /group travel experiences and how this can help families