Successful first Grampian Head Injury Information Day

Head Injury Information Day (HIID) - Grampian

March 2015 saw a successful inaugural Grampian Head Injury Information Day held in Aberdeen. The one-day event, attended by around 200 people, brought together people living with brain injury in the North East of Scotland, their families, carers and a wide range of organisations and professionals working in the field.

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Attendees and exhibitors at Head Injury Information Day (HiiD) Grampian 2015

In addition to exhibition stalls, where a range of organisations highlighted the support services and advice they can provide, the day saw presentations on a range of topics related to brain injury.

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Jenny Marra speaking at Head Injury Information Day (HiiD) Grampian 2015

The event was opened by Jenny Marra, Member of the Scottish Parliament for North East Scotland and Shadow Cabinet Secretary for Health, Wellbeing and Sport. 

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Chris Stewart from Digby Brown speaking at Head Injury Information Day (HiiD) Grampian 2015

Chris Stewart, partner in Digby Brown’s Serious Injury Department, speaking to attendees.

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Welcome at Head Injury Information Day (HiiD) Grampian 2015

Kathleen McMonagle, Digby Brown’s Client Relations and Corporate Social Responsibility Manager

 

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Presentations at Head Injury Information Day (HiiD) Grampian 2015

One of the several well-attended presentations from professionals and experts working in the field of brain injury

May 20th will see West Central Scotland Head Injury Information Day held in the Grand Central Hotel, Glasgow. Everyone is welcome to attend this completely free event.

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Exhibitors at Head Injury Information Day (HiiD) Grampian 2015

Photos by Developing Perceptions