Thompsons Solicitors is pleased to be involved for the second year running in Headway’s Route to Recovery conference.

Taking place in the Catrin Finch Centre at the Glyndŵr University in Wrexham on Friday 06 June, healthcare professionals, brain injury survivors and their families, case managers and carers are coming together to discuss the latest information for those affected with brain injuries.

Brain injury and neuropsychology rehabilitation experts will be delivering speeches on the latest developments in the field of treating and managing acquired brain injuries. There will also be a speech from Mark Drakeford, Minister for Health and Social Services.

Imogen Wetton, a serious injury solicitor at Thompsons Solicitors’ Manchester office, commented: “From our work with serious injury victims, we know the importance and significant levels of support needed to help brain injury survivors rebuild their lives and regain some degree of structure and independence.

“Thompsons is totally committed to supporting organisations and charities such as Headway as we know first-hand the huge difference their work makes to those with brain injuries and their families.”

Headway, the brain injury association, is organising the 2014 Route to Recovery conference. Click to find out more about the Route to Recovery conference and to book your place.