Thursday, March 26 2020
9:00am - 5:00pm

Type of event: Conferences

Edgbaston Stadium
Edgbaston Road
B5 7QU

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Our national paediatric acquired brain injury conference is once again leading the way in bringing together partners, supporters and families to consider the rehabilitation pathways for children and young people affected by ABI.

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For our 13th Conference we will once again be at the home of Warwickshire County Cricket – the Edgbaston Conference Centre in Birmingham.

Our reputation for delivering engaging, informative and valuable learning events continues to grow and we are confident that once again we will have an inspirational day.

Our 2020 conference is all about Finding Rehab (pathways and strategies) – there are many tried and tested theories about the various elements that make for excellent rehabilitation for children and young people, following childhood ABI. But for our first bi-annual Conference we want to look at what’s new, exciting and innovative in the world of rehabilitation for children and young people.

The format of the conference will be divided between expert and family presentations and question and answer sessions, along with networking and exhibition opportunities.

The conference aims to showcase academic research, successful interventions, and highlight how professionals can embrace innovative rehabilitation in their day to day work.  It also brings together professionals and families from all walks of life and gives everyone an opportunity to network, learn new information, develop a greater understanding of brain injury and improve practice and care for families facing the life long journey after brain injury.

Further details and a confirmed line up will be announced over the coming weeks/months.

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Book your space

Ticket Type Price Spaces
Early Bird Delegate £170.00
Subsidised Early Bird rate for Charities and NHS £135.00
Family members supported by Child Brain Injury Trust £40.00