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Through The Maze – Serious Injury Conference 2017

06 June 2017

Thank you to everybody who attended an excellent conference yesterday in Leeds.

We heard from 5 excellent speakers (plus me!) and enjoyed some interesting debate on current issues and future developments.

Details of all the speakers are below.

Please get in touch here if you would like copies of any slides or would like to hear about future events.

Assessment of Mental Capacity – Dr Neil Brooks, Consultant Neuropsychologist and Director at Rehab Without Walls

Brain Injury Case Management: Strategies for Working with Difficult Clients – Rhiannon Stokes, Clinical Director at Stokes Case Management Ltd.

Court of Protection Proceedings and Brain Injury – Dr Simon Fox QC at No5 Chambers

Deprivation of Liberty: Recent Developments – Francesca P Gardner, Barrister at Kings Chambers

Welfare Rights and Wrongs: the latest news of Disability Benefit Reform – Gary Vaux, Head of Money Advice at Hertfordshire County Council

The practicialities of dealing with Court of Protection and recovering the costs – Ian Potter, Partners at Wrigleys Solicitors

 

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