Emma Sutton will be delivering a talk on ‘Deprivation of Liberty: A Practical Guide & 5 cases you can’t live without’ at the Hugh James Brain Injury Conference 2018.

The conference will be of interest to all healthcare professionals working with individuals with brain injuries and their families, including service providers, clinicians, social workers, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, case managers and charity workers.

Please note: this is not an event run by No5.  For any questions relating to the event please contact the organiser at hjconference@hughjames.com

Date: 13 March 2018

Time: 9am – 5pm

Venue: The Copthorne Hotel, Cardiff


9.00: Registration and coffee

9.15: Introduction and welcome – Andrew Harding, Partner, Hugh James

9.30: A Neurobehavioural Interpretation of Challenging Behaviour After Traumatic Brain Injury – Professor Wood, Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist

10.15: The Elephant in the Room: The Support Worker Perspective of Managing Challenging Behaviour –

Kevin Thomas (Case Manager), Carol Roberts (Case Manager), Ffion Davies (Lead Support Worker)

11.00: Coffee

11.15: Deprivation of Liberty: A Practical Guide and 5 Cases you can’t live without – Emma Sutton, Barrister

12.00: An Introduction to Interactive Metronome Therapy – Pam Foreman, Neuro Occupational Therapist

12.45: Questions

13.00: Lunch

14.00: Co-constructing Community Neurorehabilitation through NHS, University and Community Partnerships – Dr Zoe Fisher, Clinical Psychologist in Neuropsychology

14.45: The Advantages of Obtaining Specialist Legal Advice from the Outset – Cari Sowden- Taylor and Ciaran McCabe, Partners, Hugh James

15.15: Coffee

15.30: The Power of Sport in Brain Injury Rehabilitation – Jakko Brouwers ( Neurophysiotherapist), Jason King ( Exercise Physiologist)

16.10: Questions

16.30: Close