South of England Acquired Brain Injury Forum (SEABIF) Meetings
Scheduled Meetings and Events
South of England Acquired Brain Injury Forum (SEABIF) Meeting
We are pleased to confirm that the next meeting of the Forum will take place as follows:
Thursday, 31st January 2019
6pm to 8pm
(Parking is available on site)
If you would like to attend the Forum then please contact SEABIF@mooreblatch.com to
secure your place as capacity is limited.
We have a limited number for distribution at the meeting of the “All-Party Parliamentary
Group on Acquired Brain Injury Report” called “Time for Change”.
We are pleased to confirm that Kit Malia and Anne Brannagan OBE shall be presenting at
the Forum on brain injury rehabilitation.
The evening will also include for an opportunity to network with other members of the Forum.
We look forward to seeing you on the 31st January 2019.
September 13, 2018 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Moore Blatch Gateway House
Eastleigh, SO53 3TG
The Agenda for the Forum is:-
2. Presentation on Rehabilitation from Colonel John Etherington OBE, Director of Defence Rehabilitation and National Clinical Director for Rehabilitation and Recovery in the Community, NHS England.
3. The current challenges we face and possible solutions
3. An update from the Steering Group
If you would like to attend the Forum then please contact SEABIF@mooreblatch.com to secure your place as capacity is limited.
South of England Acquired Brain Injury Forum (SEABIF) – Dates for the diary
Thursday, 31st January 2019, from 6pm to 8pm : Speaker – Kit Malia and Anne Brannagan OBE (for bio see: https://www.braintreetraining.co.uk/about.php)
September 28, 2017
6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Moore Blatch Gateway House
Chandlers Ford, SO53 3TG
SEABIF is the regional group of the United Kingdom Acquired Brain Injury Forum (UKABIF) which aims to promote better understanding of all aspects of ABI; to educate, inform and promote networking opportunities for professionals, service providers, planners and policymakers and to campaign for better services in the UK.
The meeting on Thursday 28th September is intended to stimulate a discussion amongst those around the South East involved in brain injury rehabilitation as to what we as a Forum want to achieve and, thereafter, what steps can be taken to achieve that objective.
We are able to confirm that Miranda Gardner who is a Head Injury Nurse Specialist based in
Hampshire has kindly agreed to open the discussion with a short account of her experience and aspirations.
We will also be joined by a representative from UKABIF who will provide an insight into the issues on a national level.
We would propose the following questions are relevant to the Forum although these are not intended to be exhaustive:
- What are the current issues for those with Acquired Brain Injury in the South East?
- Is there a lack of integration for both physical and psychological services?
- Is there a need for more “joined up thinking” and, if so, how can that be achieved
- How can we improve patient outcomes?
- What are the enabling issues
- What would you like to see
- What would you like to do
- Are we able to identify what resources are available across the South East for support services?
Are there austerity issues in the South East?If you are able to join us then please e-mail us at SEABIF@mooreblatch.com as places are limited.
BRAIN INJURY: OUT OF SIGHT, BUT NOT OUT OF MIND
February 4, 2016 1:00 pm
Southampton, Hampshire SO16 7PT
Please join us from 1.00pm for a networking opportunity over refreshments, before the talks commence at 2.00pm.
Professor Rodger Wood (Emeritus Professor of Clinical Neuropsychology)
Ciaran McCabe (Chair of SEABIF)
Jo Jones and Anita Pascoe (Westcountry Case Management)
Paul Runacres (Brain injury survivor and former client of Moore Blatch)