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Category: Conference The Psychology Of Rehabilitation

March 27, 2019

Millennium Point
Curzon Street
Birmingham, B4 7XG

We are pleased to announce our training day which will explore “the psychology of rehabilitation”.

Each one of us who support seriously injured clients knows of the importance of rehabilitation, in maximising independence and improving quality of life.

This event will be co-sponsored by Frenkel Topping and is a training day suitable for clinicians, therapists, case managers, support workers and anyone who works with individuals who have a severe injury, in particular, acquired brain injury and spinal cord injury.

Speaker details

Our team of speakers and their topics consists of:

Dr Tim Hull, Consultant Neuropsychologist, NPP Neuro Group
The latest theories around maximising engagement with the rehabilitation process, particularly after brain injury and a discussion about the most common barriers to effective rehabilitation.

Rebecca Hey, Case Manager, The Rehabilitation Partnership
An award winning initiative delivering an innovative multi-disciplinary team “off site” programme for a teenager after acquired brain injury.

James Benson, Neurophysiotherapist, NPP Neuro Group
Talking about how to achieve engagement with physical rehabilitation where what is being asked might hurt and in people who pre-injury were not keen on physical activity.

Bev Palmer, Senior Behaviour Specialist, Bush & Co
Why families of an injured person behave as they do, why that can block rehabilitation and how behavioural therapy for the family and injured person can be of benefit.

Sheri Taylor, Specialist Rehabilitation Dietitian
Specialist nutrition rehabilitation: How dieticians and psychologists can make a great team in the rehabilitation process.

Philip Edwards, Partner, Serious Injury Team, Clarke Willmott LLP
Is litigation an obstacle to effective rehabilitation? How should lawyers behave to avoid becoming a bar to progress?

Darren Edwards, Strength Through Adversity
From spinal cord injury to elite para-canoeist, a patient’s perspective. How you can support your clients who want to set themselves challenging goals.

Interested?

Please email karen.martin-moya@clarkewillmott.com to confirm your interest in this event. Karen will be able to provide details on how to pay in order to confirm your place.