Head Injury Information Day Returns to Glasgow

Head Injury Information Day (HIID) - Glasgow

Head Injury Information Day (HIID) is returning to Glasgow on Wednesday 11th May bringing together people living with brain injuries, their families, friends and carers alongside charities and support groups working throughout West Central Scotland.  

Free event, all welcome to attend

Completely free to attend, Head Injury Information Day will be held in Glasgow’s Grand Central Hotel from 9.30am to 3.30pm. 

Over thirty exhibitors will be in attendance to provide information on the local support they can offer to individuals and families affected by acquired brain injury.

Head Injury Information Day will also feature presentations from professionals working in the field on a range of topics, including treatment and rehabilitation after a brain injury and information on guardianship and powers of attorney.

Full details of the event can be found in the HiiD Glasgow 2016 event programme (opens as a PDF).

Head Injury Information Day (HIID) Glasgow 2016 Event Programme


Digby Brown hosting Head Injury Information Day

Organisers are encouraging anyone affected by brain injury, or interested or working in this field, to come along.   

Kathleen McMonagle, Digby Brown Solicitors’ Corporate Social Responsibility Manager, said:

“Brain injury can often be a hidden disability but no-one has to live with it alone. This event brings together organisations who can provide lots of different kinds of help and support to individuals and families.

“I would really encourage anyone affected by brain injury to come along.  The feedback we have had in previous years from attendees is ’If only I had known about these services when I first had my head injury’.

“Digby Brown are proud to work with a range of charities and organisations involved in this field and to be organising the West Central Scotland Head Injury Information Day.”

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