Event: Transitions Cerebral Palsy From childhood to adulthood

16 March 2023

Whilst the parents of babies and children with cerebral palsy find that support may be accessible, as those children move through their teenage years to young adulthood such assistance can become less available.

Once out of full-time education, support for young people with cerebral palsy may fall away completely. This raises huge challenges for families who are helping their child to navigate a time of transition that even youngsters without these problems can find difficult.

Join us on Wednesday, 24 May 2023 at our offices in London, or virtually online, to hear from parents with lived experience and experts in brain injury who will be discussing the challenges that young people with cerebral palsy and their families face in the transition from childhood to adulthood and how to handle them.



 Shoosmiths London or virtually online


 Wednesday, 24 May 2023


 10:00 – 17:30  :  In-person
 10:30 – 16:30  :  Virtual


 Free of charge


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Event schedule

Denise Stephens & Sue Prior, Shoosmiths
Lived experience
Fiona and Holly Greenhow
Transitions in case management
Susie Quinlin, ILS Case Management 
Moving to further and higher education
Guv Samra, Shoosmiths, and Gillian Hazell, Educational Psychologist 
Relationships, sex and marriage
Ben McCormack, Garden Court North Chambers
Moving into the world of work
Ollie Thorn, Michael Page 
The role of a deputy
Jamie Woods, Shoosmiths
Futureproofing your property
Andrew Vallis, PLG Consultants 
How the litigation process can help
Kashmir Uppal, Shoosmiths
Lived experience
Millie Evans




This information is for educational purposes only and does not constitute legal advice. It is recommended that specific professional advice is sought before acting on any of the information given. © Shoosmiths LLP 2024

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