Digby Brown supports Second World Cerebral Palsy Day conference

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Bobath Scotland’s second World Cerebral Palsy Day conference was held in Glasgow on Wednesday 7th October, supported by Digby Brown. 

The only charity dedicated to helping people with cerebral palsy in Scotland, Bobath exists to improve the quality of life for people with cerebral palsy, providing specialist therapy from their Glasgow-based centre.

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Attendees at Bobath Scotland's second World Cerebral Palsy Day conference

Attendees at the second World Cerebral Palsy Day conference in Glasgow 

Speakers at the conference included Stephanie Fraser, Chief Executive, Bobath Scotland, Jamie Hepburn MSP, Minister for Sport, Health Improvement and Mental Health in the Scottish Government, and Sue Grant, Partner, Digby Brown Solicitors and head of our Clinical Negligence Department. BBC journalist Louise White hosted a Question Time-style session which brought together practitioners and local and central Government officials for a discussion with conference attendees.  

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Stephanie Fraser, Chief Executive, Bobath Scotland, addressing the CP conference

Stephanie Fraser, Chief Executive, Bobath Scotland, addressing the conference

Attended by individuals and families, the conference brought people together on World Cerebral Palsy Day to help make life better for people in Scotland living with cerebral palsy.

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Sue Grant Clinical Negligence at Digby Brown (right hand side of photo)

Sue Grant (right hand side of photo, under "It matters" banner) and the Digby Brown team speaking to attendees 

More information about Digby Brown's Clinical Negligence team

Digby Brown’s specialist Clinical Negligence team, headed by Sue Grant, has specialist expertise and experience of helping parents of children with cerebral palsy find answers and where appropriate seek fair compensation.

The independent Legal 500 Guide to the UK legal profession recently gave Digby Brown top ranking - band 1 - for our work in this area, with Sue and her team being described as “first-class.”