Role of Outdoor Activity in Acquired Brain Injury Rehabilitation – Leeds








Exchange Chambers, Oxford House, Oxford Row, Leeds, LS1 3BE

08:45 – 11:30

Exchange Chambers is delighted to partner with Calvert Reconnections on a new conference programme examining the role of outdoor activity in acquired brain injury rehabilitation.

The conferences will be held in three locations – Manchester (29 January 2020 at Exchange Chambers), Leeds (11 February 2020 at Exchange Chambers) and Glasgow (25 March 2020 at Irwin Mitchell).

Speakers include:

Bill Braithwaite QC – Exchange Chambers
The role of litigation in helping injured people and their families achieve maximum rehabilitation, independence and enjoyment of life.

Sean Day – Centre Director of the Lake District Calvert Trust
History of the Trust, the range of activities, photographic presentation.

Jill Beswick – Clinical Director of Calvert Trust Reconnections
The facilities, the use of existing staff and their experience, medical and therapeutic input.

Professor Mike Barnes
Overview of rehabilitation, how it has developed and the future.

Maggie Sargent – CCMS
The importance of enjoyable outdoor activity.

Heather Batey – Director of Reach
Rehabilitation at home and the importance of continuity and carryover from a rehabilitation unit.

For more information, or to reserve your place, please contact Jo Stapley.