Improving Life After Brain Injury

Life after Brain Injury

A Conven on by Headway Black Country

Celebra ng 20 Years of Headway Black Country

Wednesday, 8th November 2017 from 10:00 to 15:30 University of Wolverhampton Science Park

Come along to our free Convention, to find out more about the vital work we and our partners do with those affected by brain injury.
With eminent guest speakers, live performances by our Survivors Chorus; displays by our rehab groups and by our partners; and a buffet lunch; this is going to be an un- missable event for all with a personal or professional interest in adult brain injury!

Tickets are now available at Eventbrite; https://goo.gl/Ndr9wb

We have limited space for display stands for partners. Please contact us on 01384 869961 or e-mail admin@headwayblackcountry.co.uk to enquire.

Sponsored by the University of Wolverhampton and Irwin Mitchell Solicitors

From 9.30am
Registration

10am
Welcome – Celebrating 20 Years of Headway Black Country

Life After Brain Injury – Luke Griggs, Director of Communications, Headway UK

A Survivor’s Perspective – from a current client

Accessing Services and Support – Kay Harris and colleagues, Irwin Mitchell Solicitors

A Journey in 8 Songs – our Survivors’ Chorus

13:00
Buffet Lunch – networking, displays

13:45
Occupational therapy and brain injury – Michelle Kerslake, Lecturer in Occupational Therapy, Coventry University

Carer’s Perspectives – from our Carer Support Groups

Supporting Each Other – our Social Support Group

Ques on Time (time permitting) Close

15:30
Close

About Brain Injury
Contact Us

Headway Black Country:
Registered charity No: 1089171

A Company Limited by Guarantee Registered in England & Wales:
No: 4001321

Affiliated to Headway – the brain injury association, a registered charity.