This year’s Head Injury Information Day in Glasgow proved to be the biggest and best yet with over 400 people and 38 exhibitors attending at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel on Wednesday 22nd May.
These Head Injury Information Days are the only events of their kind in Scotland, offering vital information about the support available locally
for people with a head injury and their families.
This year’s theme was ‘Vision and Breakthroughs’, featuring presentations from leading professionals in the field including Professor Tom McMillan who discussed head injury and the criminal justice system and Professor Madeleine Grealy who spoke about how
exercise changes your brain. Chris Stewart, Partner within the Serious Injury team at Digby Brown, discussed a wide angle view of traumatic brain injury (TBI) and the ripple effect for family, friends, work, spouses and children.
Lisa Ross, ABI Survivor and Peer Support Development Worker from Momentum Scotland, also spoke about her experience offering a unique insight into the impact of brain injuries after her incredible recovery was highlighted in the national media including the Daily Record and The Scotsman.
For further information about these Head Injury Information Days please contact Kirsten Smith e: firstname.lastname@example.org