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BOOK NOW FOR THE BABICM ANNUAL

WHAT'S ON & WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

CONFERENCE 2017 & OTHER EVENTS!

BABICM NEWS & EVENT ROUNDUPS

DEPRIVATION OF LIBERTIES (DOLS) UPDATE

Welcome to the Spring BABICM Bulletin for our members. In this edition we will be covering the BABICM annual conference, an update on DoLs, future planned events and other brain injury related news. If you have any questions about our events or updates, please do contact us via email at secretary@babicm.org


BABICM ANNUAL CONFERENCE 2017 A BRAVE NEW WORLD: FROM CRADE TO GRAVE This year's two-day annual conference will focus on all aspects affecting brain injured clients, from children & young people to adults, from birth to death. Once again we have attracted industry leaders and brain injury experts from across the globe - some of whom rarely speak in the UK. This year's list of eminent speakers includes Christine Croisiaux, Andrew Curran, Sue Lukersmith and Dr Howard Fine. Case Managers, healthcare professionals, deputies and litigators are all welcome to attend.

Conference Sponsors: Day One:                                                 Day Two:

TO BOOK FOR THIS UNMISSABLE EVENT, PLEASE VISIT: www.babicm.org/babicmannual-conference-2017 (Speaker profiles & the programme are also available online).


BABICM NEWS 2017

SPRING 2017

2ND INTERNATIONAL CASE MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE 11th & 12th May 2017 Nottingham This joint conference will host international speakers from Australia, Germany and the USA reflecting on their experiences and participating in interactive panel discussions. UK Keynote speakers from central policy bodies will provide an update on current and future developments in the government’s rehabilitation agenda.

BISWG & BASW PUBLICATION The Brain Injury Social Work Group (BISWG) and the British Association of Social Work (BASW) have produced and published Brain Injury Practice Guidance for Social Workers. This is a short publication which highlights the main problems caused by brain injury; Issues that may arise during assessment and refers to legislation which must be taken into account. It also signposts users to website with more information and provides a case study. For more information, please visit:

http://bit.ly/BABICMSPRING1

BRAIN INJURY & HOMELESSNESS: YOUR THOUGHTS PLEASE! The link between brain injury and homelessness is complex and BABICM is interested in your experiences as case managers of working in this area. We encourage all case managers to complete this brief survey by clicking on the link. We will publish the results in due course. To take part in the quick survey, please visit:

http://bit.ly/BABICMsurv1


BABICM NEWS 2017

SPRING 2017

UPDATE: DEPRIVATION OF LIBERTIES (DoLS) Tim Spencer-Lane, Law Commission Lawyer, Public Law Team Unfortunately, the publication of the final report and draft bill was delayed. The reason for the delay was the complexity of the task of drafting legislation on such an important issue. It was vitally important to get the law right here. Badly drafted, over-complicated law is a big part of the problem with the current DoLS, and we did not want to fall into the same trap again. We were very aware that the project deadline was brought forward at the request of the Department of Health and for a good reason: there is an urgent need for the system to be improved. We know too that many stakeholders were waiting for our report and draft Bill and would be disappointed with any delay. For this we apologise. I am pleased to now inform you that the Law Commission’s report Mental Capacity and Deprivation of Liberty has been published. In it we recommend that the DoLS should be replaced with a new scheme – which we have called the Liberty Protection Safeguards. We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your contribution to the project. Consultation and the on-going involvement of stakeholders has been essential in shaping our final recommendations. You can find our final report (which includes the draft Bill), as well as the other project documents, at our website: http://www.lawcom.gov.uk/project/mental-capacity-and-deprivation-of-liberty/

http://bit.ly/BABICMsurv1

The report and draft Bill will now be considered by the Government.


BABICM NEWS 2017

SPRING 2017

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS ON PAEDIATRIC BRAIN INJURY Second International Conference on Paediatric Acquired Brain Injury New Strategies to Improve Outcome & Quality of Life. Rome, Italy 20-23 September. 2017 Abstracts Due: 10 April, 2017  Abstracts are now being accepted for the Second International Conference on Paediatric Acquired Brain Injury! Don’t miss this opportunity to be part of a global event that brings together all those involved in the identification, treatment, and prevention of brain injury of children, adolescents, and young adults. All professionals with an interest in the development of innovative treatments for paediatric brain injuries are encouraged to submit an abstract of their work to this international event and meeting of minds. All submissions will be reviewed by a planning committee of internationally recognised panel of brain injury experts.    The deadline for abstract submission is 10 April, 2017.

All information can be found online: http://bit.ly/BABICMNEWS2

BABICM HAS A NEW HOME! The new BABICM office is now up and running at its new location. Don't forget to change your address book details to: BABICM  318 Warth Business Centre, Warth Industrial Park Warth Road, Bury, BL9 9TB T: 0161 762 6440 


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BABICM EVENTS DIARY

9TH NOV 2017

BABICM CQC FORUM An event for CQC registered managers to share their experiences of the registration and inspection process. T. Alex Rook, Irwin Mitchell Solicitors, will also cover Mental Capacity & Deprivation of Liberties and The Care Act in practice.

SOCIAL MEDIA TRAINING Jeff Goodright returns to lead this popular event to be hosted in Edinburgh. The course will cover digital footprints, weaknesses in these footprints and ways to reduce risks for you and your clients on social media.

NEW & WOULD BE BRAIN INJURY CASE MANAGER WORKSHOP (PART ONE) This training is aimed at new case management practitioners and those thinking about making the leap. This popular workshop, hosted in London will be led by two highly experienced traumatic brain injury case managers

SLEEP, ANXIETY & FATIGUE IN ACQUIRED BRAIN INJURY Sleep, anxiety & fatigue management is an issue for many case managers in their work with brain injured individuals. This one-day workshop is ideal for all brain injury case managers to help them address these common concerns for clients of all ages. The workshop will be held in Manchester city centre.

ADVANCED WORKSHOP This FREE event is ideal for registered practitioners who are looking to apply for Advanced membership status. It will guide you through the application, how you need to prepare and what happens on the day of your review.

BEYOND BEGINNINGS: NEW & WOULD BE WORKSHOP (PART TWO) This is perfect for those who have completed our 'New & Would Be' Workshop (Part One) and starting their case management journey. The sessions will cover the litigation process, terminology, tricky issues and how the clinical work of case managers fits into the mix. Hosted in Birmingham. 

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION & TO BOOK, PLEASE VISIT: http://bit.ly/BABICMEVENTS


POST EVENT SUMMARY

THE LIFE OF P

In association with:

Anthony Gold Solicitors

This event took place on the 9th February 2017 and was very well attended. The event story followed the life of P from when she was injured at nine years old; through her settlement, disputes with her family, her relationships, marriage, children and property, to her employment and the challenging behaviour she displayed.  Thanks to the excellent feedback provided by delegates of the first class topics and presenters (who provided an informative and thought provoking day), the Training and Events Group is considering running a similar event in the not so distant future. If you attended this event and have any questions about the Life of P or if you have any questions for any of the solicitors who spoke at the event, please contact Eileen Donaghey who will arrange for you to speak to them. She can be contacted via email: Eileen.Donaghey@anthonygold.co.uk  This event was kindly sponsored by and held in association with Anthony Gold Solicitors. Our sincere thanks to the firm for providing a fantastic venue, the St Pancras Renaissance Hotel and for providing brilliant speakers and course content.


SPRING 2017

THE FINAL WORD

T ' N O D ! T E G FOR If you have an article of interest or news you think BABICM members may like to hear then please get in touch with us via: secretary@babicm.org

GET INVOLVED! FIND OUT MORE AT THE BABICM AGM 2017 Would you like to get more involved in the BABICM Council? A nomination to join the BABICM council will land in your inbox soon. If you'd like to put yourself forwards to join the Council at the June AGM, please complete this form, together with a proposer and seconder before returning it to the BABICM office by the date specified on the form. We look forward to seeing your nomination!

w: www.babicm.org   e: secretary@babicm.org     t: 0161 762 6440

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