We’re very pleased to be exhibiting at the UK Acquired Brain Injury Forum (UKABIF) annual summit, which takes place at The Royal Society of Medicine in London on November 8th. The event, titled The Time for Change Summit 2021, will focus on the Time for Change report that was originally published in October 2018 and developments in the care and treatment for people with acquired brain injury.
The report was issued by the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Acquired Brain Injury and its Chair, Chris Bryant MP, will be opening the summit with an update on recent developments in Parliament relating to brain injury.
The conference programme covers various topics relating to innovations and advances in preventing, diagnosing and living with acquired brain injury. It will include clinical updates and policy developments in neurorehabilitation.
Ebony Staite and Mahamed Mohsin from our Admissions team will be attending the event and taking part in the exhibition that runs alongside the conference. Mahamed comments: “I’m really excited to be involved in the Time for Change Summit 2021. It’s an important event in the brain injury calendar and is helping to drive the agenda to improve care for people with acquired brain injuries.”
The Time for Change Summit 2021 will be of interest to health professionals, legal professionals, Case Managers, Social Workers, Care Commissioners and other professionals working in the field of brain injury and neurorehabilitation.
A number of free conference places are available for brain injury survivors and carers, as well as those who are unable to access training budgets. You can see the conference programme here.
Some of the conference will also be streamed online for those not able to attend the event in person.