Road safety charity Brake has confirmed more speakers for its annual Road to Recovery conference on Tuesday 2nd November.
Confirmed speakers include the Child Death Helpline, discussing best practice and the role of helplines in supporting bereaved families, and Julie Townsend, campaigns director at Brake, who will speak about the needs of families affected by major injuries, including road crash victims.
The annual Road to Recovery conference is aimed at practitioners who support families bereaved by a sudden death, and will explore the latest research and advice on providing effective care.
Caroline Perry, events manager at Brake said “This is an invaluable conference for practitioners, providing the most up-to-date research and practice on a range of topics. Attending will help you to ensure you are caring and supporting the families you work with as effectively as possible.”
The event takes place at the National Motorcycle Museum in Birmingham on November 2nd.
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