Thompsons Solicitors and The Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability are inviting social and healthcare workers to attend the seminars, to learn more about the Welfare Reform Updates and how it affects them and the people they look after.
Health and social care professionals, providers of welfare benefits advice and those working in the voluntary sector providing services to people with cognitive, physical and mental health needs, are being invited to attend Thompsons Solicitors and The Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability’s regional seminars this month, to learn more about the new Welfare Reform Updates.
The seminars, which will take place at Thompsons Solicitors’ Newcastle office on Thursday 03 July 2014 and the firm’s London headquarters at Congress House on Wednesday 09 July 2014, will focus on how benefits are being affected, how to claim benefits and the appeals process.
Seminar attendance costs £50 per delegate. All proceeds will go to The Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability. To book your place fill out the booking form and follow the submission instructions.
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