Wednesday 26th March saw us host our 7th conference and exhibition and this year we had a new venue- The Etihad Stadium, Manchester (home to Manchester City). With a rapidly changing landscape in childhood acquired brain injury and with record numbers attending, it promised to be a great day. Rather than let us talk about how good the day was, we thought it would be far more interesting for you to read about the conference from a parents perspective. So Charmian Johnson whose son has an acquired brain injury wrote a blog for us about the conference.
Now you’ve read all about the conference, we’ve included the presentation slides from the day and some photos from the day.
‘Brain Injury in Children’ by Dr Rob Forsyth
‘Callum’s Story’ by Jan Rock
‘My Journey’ by Lauren Stacey with Janet Taylor
‘Childhood Head Injury Guidelines and Research’ by Mark Lyttle
‘Brain Injury & Reading’ by Emeritus Prof John Stein
‘The hidden impacts of Meningitus’ by Sue Davie
Independent Therapists- who needs them?’ by Anita Reals
‘The importance of Patient Experiences’ by Dr Anne-Marie Boylan
‘Jackson Report and Legal Aid’ by Satinder Hunjan QC
The Child Brain Injury Trust Conference was kindly supported by: