Breaking Barriers 2018
Posted: 15 February 2018
Telephone: 01254 958 940
Event Time: 9:00am
Event Venue: Preston Grasshoppers RUFC
Event Cost: £25
Breaking Barriers is a new informative and interactive conference for health and social care professionals. It aims to bridge the gaps between services and help to provide even better outcomes for the people we support with advocacy.
The anticipated event will see an estimated 150 people in attendance, which will include senior health and social care professionals, local authority figures and local businesses and sponsors.
Speakers include Jake Mills, Comedian and Founder of mental health charity, Chasing the Stigma, Kate Mercer, a well-established advocacy trainer and owner of Kate Mercer Training and Mark Neary, author of 'Getting Steven Home' - a book about Mark's plight in getting his autistic son out of care.
Workshops will be hosted by the British Institute of Human Rights, Francesca P Gardner, Barrister at Kings Chambers, Neil Allen, Barrister at 39 Essex Chambers and many more sector experts.
Tickets cost £25 and include refreshments and lunch, as well as the opportunity to be entered into our Golden Ticket Draw and win a prize worth £150.
Breaking Barriers 2018 is sponsored by Napthens, Codel Software (Active Absence), Sharp, Odonnells Solicitors, VS Group, Mayes Accountants, Building Blocks Computer Services (Cygnet), Stonehouse IT, Sharp Business Systems and Lomas Office.
About Advocacy Focus
Advocacy Focus supports individuals and helps them to achieve the outcomes that matter to them in their lives when dealing with health and social care services and local authorities.
For more info contact Jennifer Dixon on 01254 958 940