Webinar: Best practice in brain injury rehabilitation
Hosted by brain injury case management expert Mark Holloway, with insights from our brain injury team, our first untold stories webinar will cover a range of topics on brain injury rehabilitation.
Following a brain injury getting the right rehabilitation can make all the difference to physical, cognitive and emotional recovery. Discovering what rehabilitation there is available and particularly what is best practice both in hospital and beyond are really important.
Join us with our specialist and knowledgeable panel of guests to discuss the importance of best practice in:
- ABI Rehabilitation/case management
- Rehabilitation pathway for stroke patients
- Finding the right neuro rehabilitation outside of hospital
- Issues that can arise when rehabilitation is not implemented.
Dr Mark Holloway BA (Hons) DipSW MA DSW
Senior Brain Injury Case Manager and Expert Witness, Head First
Dr Holloway qualified as a social worker in 1995 and has over twenty-five years experience of working with people with an acquired brain injury. He enjoys being involved with the development of complex packages of rehabilitation and support for individuals who have executive impairments and reduced levels of insight. His research interests include parenting post ABI, managing complex packages of support in the community, family experience of ABI and mental capacity issues pertaining to ABI. He undertook a professional doctorate entitled Acquired Brain Injury: The lived experience of relatives and friends.
When Ian Pearce’s father suffered a stroke, Ian, a former City banker, found himself on a completely unexpected journey. Ian witnessed first-hand some of the challenges faced by people as they attempt to recover from strokes through rehabilitation. Ian researched and arranged private therapy for his father to complement the NHS provision. However, he found the process much more difficult than expected and he was surprised by how the lack of coordination in rehabilitation reduced its effectiveness. As his father started to recover, Ian decided that there had to be a better way, and so Neuro Proactive was born. Having introduced digital systems in the City, he set about to modernise neuro-rehabilitation using digital health solutions.
Dr Neil Baldwin
Consultant Stroke Physician
Dr Neil Baldwin trained in medicine at Nottingham University. He was a research fellow in Oxford and then a senior registrar in Liverpool. He was appointed to a Consultant post in General & Geriatric Medicine in Gloucester in 1990 and set up one of the first stroke units. He moved to Bristol in 2000 and was clinical lead for the stroke until 2013. Subsequently Dr Baldwin was a consultant in Hereford and Worcester. Dr Baldwin served on the Inter-Collegiate Stroke working party and was involved in the production of several editions of the National Stroke Guidelines and the RCPCH Child stroke guidelines. Dr Baldwin has conducted stroke service reviews and was a member of the expert panel for the Northern Ireland stroke review 2014. He is a CQC and Health Ombudsman advisor. Dr Baldwin has been an expert witness in medico-legal cases for 15 years involving primary prevention, secondary prevention, hyperacute stroke treatment and rehabilitation of stroke survivors.
Senior Associate, RWK Goodman
Lucy is a specialist clinical negligence solicitor with over 12 years experience in medical negligence claims. Throughout her career, Lucy has exclusively represented clients wishing to bring a claim. She takes pleasure in seeing what a real difference it can make to people’s lives to receive appropriate compensation to secure their future.
When: Tuesday 8 November | 12pm – 1pm
Platform: Zoom webinar