Lisa Turan

Child Brain Injury Trust

Lisa Turan has been CEO of the Child Brain Injury Trust since 2003, leading the charity through change and development. The charity is the leading support organisation for families affected by childhood acquired brain injury reaching over 5,000 families a year. Lisa is also a Trustee of UKABIF and has been instrumental in developing the #timeforchange strategy and is currently working with the Department of Education on a film for Newly Qualified Teachers to enable them to understand education and ABI better.

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Family support, early intervention and the positive impact of a partnership approach

This seminar will discuss the Child Brain Injury Trust''s Brain Injury Services and the impact of this early intervention model on families.

Lisa Turan will be speaking in the following theatre:

Theatre 6 - Wednesday 13.15 - 13.45: Family support, early intervention and the positive impact of a partnership approach

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