Headway Black Country - Improving Life After Brain Surgery

Enabling the “Walking Wounded” Brain Injury Survivor

A Study Day for Personal Assistants

“As a positive term, “enabling” is similar to empowerment, and describes patterns of interaction which allow individuals to develop and grow.”

Thursday 15th November 2018

Perton Golf Club, Wrottesley Park Rd, Perton, WV6 7HL

Registration at 9.30 am

Headway Black Country, with AJ Case Management, are delighted to offer this Study Day for support workers currently supporting individual clients that have suffered a brain injury and support workers aiming to increase their knowledge and skills in the field of brain injury. Clients and family working with support workers may also find this event beneficial.

What will the study day consist of?

10:00 am – 10.15 am  Introduction to the day Headway Black Country and Sponsors

10.15 am – 11:00 am  What do we mean by the term “walking wounded” – Chris Collins

11:00 am – 11.45 am  Role of the Personal Assistant – Wendy Richardson

11.45 am – 12:00 pm  Coffee

12:00 pm – 12.45 pm  Case Studies – Linsey Jamieson

12.45 pm – 13.30 pm  Lunch

13.30 pm – 14.15 pm  A day in the life of a PA – Natalie Walkford

14.15 pm – 15:00 pm The importance of risk assessments and recording – Wendy Richardson

15:00 pm – 15.30 pm Question and closing remarks from Headway Black Country and Sponsors

Tickets are £30 per delegate

For bookings of more than 2+ delegates, one free place is offered per organisation

Tickets are available for purchase using the form below or by calling  01384 869961

For more information, including sponsorship opportunities, contact us on 01384 869961 or e-mail admin@headwayblackcountry.co.uk

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