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An introduction to what childhood ABI is, and the difficulties that this hidden disability can bring to young people.

This session is delivered by Louise Wilkinson, Head of Information & Learning at the Child Brain Injury Trust.

On completion of the Webinar participants will further their understanding of:

  • What is an ABI? How is it acquired? Does age matter?
  • Why is it different from other disabilities and specific learning difficulties?
  • What makes ABI unique?
  • What are the manifestations?
  • Is it always obvious?
  • Will all those affected have a diagnosis?

This Webinar will be of interest to:

  • Families, parents, older siblings
  • Anyone who works with or supports children and young people
  • Paediatric Health Care professionals
  • Paediatric/Hospital Social workers
  • Legal and Case Management
  • Teachers, Learning Support, SENCO’s, Specialist Teaching teams o
  • Hospital School Teachers

Click Here to Register

Once registered for this event you will be sent joining instructions, containing a unique URL which will give you access to this Webinar, therefore no specialist software is required.