19th September 2017: Sleep, Anxiety & Fatigue in ABI - Manchester

Sleep, anxiety & fatigue management is an issue for many case managers in their work with brain injured individuals. This one-day workshop is ideal for al brain injury case managers to help them address these common concerns for clients of all ages.

For full details and to book, please click here.


25th September 2017 : Social Media in the Digital Age: Safeguarding Clients and Clinicians

Event to be held in Edinburgh. Further details will be released shortly

For full details and to bookplease click here.

Please contact the BABICM office if you require further information or wish to book an exhibition stand

26th September 2017 at 11am - Advanced Peer Reviews - What to expect.

This free webinar will show you what you need to do to apply for advanced registered practitioner membership , how you need to prepare for your peer review and what happens on the day of your review.

THIS EVENT IS NOW FULLY BOOKED. Please contact the BABICM Office to be placed on the waiting list.

9th November 2017 - New & Would Be Workshop Part 2 : Beyond the Beginnings

This is a new event for BABICM.

1.     Your experience to date of the role of case manager
2.     Practical issues for the more experienced case manager
3.     Expectations of the experienced case manager
4.     Managing these expectations
5.     Dealing with the potential ‘ups and downs’ of active case management
6.     Working towards achieving your ‘Advanced’ BABICM membership

Please click here for the full details & booking forms for Part One & Two of these new workshops for brain injury case managers.

Please contact the BABICM office if you require further information

Future Events:

Life of P - 8th February 2018 - Sheffield

Complex Diagnosis - ABI alongside mental health/substance abuse/suicide and self harm -30th April 2018

New and Would be Part 1 - Spring 2018

Terms and Conditions for events can be found here

Promotional Flyers can be added to delegate packs for any of the above events. Please contact the BABICM office for further information.

If you require further information or help please contact the BABICM office by email or by phone on 0161 762 6440

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