11 March 2014
We are pleased to announce this event at Clarke Willmott’s Bristol office on Tuesday 11 March 2014 from 9.30am.
This event is designed for case managers, therapists, SEN co-ordinators and charities and will benefit anyone involved in the treatment, management or representation of brain injured children. The training will be delivered at intermediate to advanced level for treatment or care providers and members of the legal profession who specialise in personal injury or clinical negligence.
Chairman – Martin Pettingell, Partner and Head of Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence, Clarke Willmott LLP
- Amanda Richardson, PACE, SEN school
- Renee McCarter, Neuropsychologist
- David Lawson, Barrister, Hardwicke Chambers
- Ann Rhodes, Special Educational Needs Advisor
- Heather Epps, Neurophysiotherapist
- Julian Picton QC, Hailsham Chambers
- Anthony Fairweather, Partner, Clarke Willmott LLP
Speakers will provide an in depth look at the benefits of early intervention for children with brain injuries, evidence of the latest studies on the long term impact of child brain injury, proposed changes to the SEN Statements, the role of Deputy and the Court of Protection, the best use of interim payments from damages claims, the psychological impact of brain injury and neurophysiotherapy.
This session will be accredited with 4.5 CPD hours under our Solicitors Regulation Authority accreditation (reference: DNW/CLW1).
If you are interested in attending please contact: Kerry Fifield at email@example.com .
£35 per person, which will go to our nominated charity, PACE.
Clarke Willmott LLP 1 Georges Square Bath Street Bristol BS1 6BA
Tuesday 11 March 2014
9.30am – Registration
10.00am – Start
4.30pm – Close