Moira Kay to Chair conference on brain injury and housing needs

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Moira Kay, Partner in Digby Brown’s Serious Injury Department, will chair a conference next organised by the British Association of Brain Injury Case Managers (BABICM) and focusing on ensuring the housing needs of people living with a brain injury are properly met.

The half-day conference – “Housing Needs over the Lifespan” takes place on Monday 11th May in the Royal Overseas League, Edinburgh.   

BABICM conference 2015 Flyer

Speakers at the conference will cover a range of topics including housing costs, psychological and support needs, housing and occupational therapy assessments and architectural considerations in housing for disabled people. 

More information, including a booking form, is available on the BABICM website. Alternatively, find further information in the BABICM 2015 Conference Flyer or in the BABICM 2015 Conference Programme.


The BABICM website has further information on the organisation, which was established in 1996 to promote the development of case Management in the field of acquired brain injury.

About Moira Kay

Moira is a partner in Digby Brown’s Serious Injury department specialising in cases involving brain and spinal injury.  Moira provides a legal counselling service for Spinal Injuries Scotland, BIRT at Graham Anderson House in Glasgow and at Huntercombe Neurodisability and is the Honorary Treasurer of the Scottish Head Injury Forum.  She co-authored the publication “Claiming Compensation after Head Injury in Scotland” for Headway.

Moira is an accredited Senior Litigator of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers. Moira has been involved in pursuing claims for damages, not only in Scotland, but also in Europe and in North America.