South Wales Acquired Brain Injury Forum Meetings
Scheduled Meetings and Events
Subtle Tbi And Neuro Psychological Testing
with Dr Martin Van der Broek and Dr Sundeep Sembi
September 19, 20181:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Central Cardiff (Venue TBC)
Dr Martin van den Broek, PhD, C.Psychol; has a wealth of experience in brain injury cases and as an expert witness. He is also published in various Journals.
Dr Sundeep Sembi, Clin.Psy.D, C.Psychol of Psychology is an HPC Registered and Chartered Clinical Psychologist of the British Psychological Society, Full Member of the Division of Clinical Psychology and Practitioner Full Member of the Division of Neuropsychology. He is also an expert witness.
Together they have authored a new practitioner text “Brain Injury Claims” recently published by Sweet and Maxwell.
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114-116 St Mary Street
Cardiff, CF10 1DY
We are delighted to welcome Chris Bryant, M.P. for the Rhondda to our next meeting in his role as Chair of the recently launched APPG for Acquired Brain Injury.
For more information about the APPG and it’s aims and objectives visit: https://www.ukabif.org.uk/blog/2018/02/
This meeting will provide the ABI community in Wales the opportunity to highlight issues from a Welsh perspective.
Dr. Jenny Thomas, Consultant in Rehabilitation Medicine will offer an overview of current services in Wales after which Mr Bryant will present, followed by pre-submitted questions from the floor.
To submit your questions to Mr Bryant and/or book your place, please e-mail:
Closing date for questions: April 9th 2018
with Joanna Humphreys – Music Therapist ABMU
The Minstrels Gallery
Miskin Manor Hotel
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South Wales Acquired Brain Injury Forum (Swalesabif) Autumn Event:
CHALLENGING TIMES: COURT OF PROTECTION AND DEPRIVATION OF LIBERTIES
with Gavin Knox, Solicitor for NHS Wales
Wednesday 4th October
Room 226, Glyndwr Building, Singleton Campus, Swansea University
Refreshments and venue generously provided by Swansea University School of Psychology
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ONLY DISABLED VISITORS ARE ALLOWED TO PARK ON THE UNIVERSITY CAMPUS
There is only limited parking close to the University
Recreation Ground Car Park, Mumbles Road:
There is usually limited space available for visitors in the Recreation Ground Car Park on Mumbles Road which is directly adjacent to the Swansea University campus (see below for directions).
The parking fee is approximately £3.50 for the day.
The University is only a short walk west along Mumbles Road (the main University entrance is just before the footbridge).
Alternative car parks:
Foreshore car park opposite St Helens Rugby ground
‘Pub on the Pond’ Car Park (turn right just after the University entrance) (£2 after 1pm)
Foreshore car park at bottom of Sketty Lane (carry on past the University entrance. The car park is on the left at the traffic lights)
Swansea University Sports Centre Car Park, Sketty Lane (carry on past the University entrance. Turn right at the first set of traffic lights, then left at the next set)
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