Court of Protection Conference brings together leading experts
An event to explore the support available for children with acquired brain injury (ABI) is set to attract attendees from across the country.
The Court of Protection Conference 2022 features an array of leading speakers who will discuss all aspects of child brain injury and its impact, covering the process from the effects on the family through to litigation, the support available and the return to education.
The conference, held via Zoom, will be held on February 10 from 9.30am to 2pm.
Speakers at the event are:
- Dr Catherine Hankinson, Clarity Psychology – The effects of ABI on a child
- Joanna Bamberger, Child Brain Injury Rehabilitation Service – What to expect from a case manager and co-ordinating the team around a child with ABI
- Andrew McGowan, Sintons – Child brain injury and the litigation process
- Sophie Moore, Sintons – Children and the Court of Protection
- Louise Wilkinson, Child Brain Injury Trust – Returning to education after an ABI
- Jake Rylatt, No5 Barristers Chambers – Access to education/SENs and EHCPs
“Child brain injury is one of the most traumatic events imaginable and creates uncertainty and great distress for the whole family,” says Sophie Moore, chair of the conference and solicitor in the Court of Protection team at Sintons.
“At Sintons, we see the impact of this on a regular basis with our nationally-renowned Neurotrauma and Court of Protection teams being able to work together to guide families through such a difficult period.
“By holding this Court of Protection Conference in conjunction with the Child Brain Injury Trust, and being joined by a superb line-up of speakers who are true experts in their field, we are pleased to share our experience and expertise in this field with fellow professionals, who we hope will be equipped to offer even greater support to their clients.”
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