Brain injury litigation and management in the private sector

‘Fundamentals Part 1’


Who would this benefit?

Anyone working in the field of Brain Injury and Rehabilitation from an Occupational Therapist / Case Management perspective.

The conference will include talks from experts in these specialist areas, from Novum Law, The OT Centre and AJ Case Management:

10.00 | Huw Ponting, Novum Law
The litigation process, including the deputyship role and mental capacity act 

11.00 | Ali McNamara, AJ Case Management
MDT approach, including ‘Notes & Record keeping’

13.15 | Huw Ponting, Novum Law
DoLS/ Best Interests, including the Care Act and Statutory Services

14.15 | OT Centre
Goal Setting and Documentation: An Approach

 

 

Tuesday 24th January 2017 

Novum Law,
3rd Floor The Warehouse,
4 Gwynne Street,
Hereford,
HR4 9DP 

Car parking and on foot directions to Novum Law building

09:30am arrive | 10:00am start 

Cost: Free and lunch provided
 

 

 

Huw has over 20 years' experience and heads a team of highly specialised lawyers representing clients who have sustained severe traumatic brain injury.


Huw is frequently appointed by the Court of Protection to act in the capacity of Professional Deputy for a number of his and other clients, helping them to make decisions that they are unable to make themselves and assisting in the lifetime management of the damages recovered in their litigation.

 

 

Ali McNamara is the Managing Director of AJ Case Management Ltd and has worked as a Case Manager since 2004.


AJ Case Management was established to offer bespoke clinical services to our clients.
The team at AJ Case Management are skilled therapists with extensive experience of working with clients with neurological impairments and complex needs.

 

Helen is the co-founder and clinical services lead for The OT Centre, providing specialist Occupational Therapy services for traumatic & catastrophic injuries. 

Helen has extensive experience as a senior OT at specialist centres across the country, including the Neurological Rehabilitation Services team at the internationally renowned Oxford Centre for Enablement.


She is a registered advisor for the College of Occupational Therapists Consultancy Service and mentor with the BAOT - the UK professional body for Occupational Therapy.