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Weekly Edition - Published 14 November 2015


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Merseyside legal partners support disabled charity at FREE Northwest exhibition

HAMPSON Hughes Solicitors and Cassell Moore, 2 leading law firms based in Liverpool, have teamed up with Caudwell Children, the national charity that provides practical and emotional support to disabled children and their families, to inform parents of a range of specialist services that they can access through the charity's Family Services programme. The legal partners, who both provide expertise to the parents of children affected by catastrophic injury and accidents, and Caudwell Children, are supporting the charity in the delivery of a programme of seminars at this year's Kidz up North exhibition at:- EventCity, Barton Dock Road, Manchester, M17 8AS.

It is free to members of the public and will give visitors the opportunity to receive advice and information on a variety of disability related issues including:- mobility equipment, housing, education, employment, legal matters, wellbeing, access to sport, therapies, treatments and holidays. Julia Hayne, Head of Community Programmes at Caudwell Children, is delighted by the collaboration. She said:- "As part of our legal partnership with the firms, which sees them supporting our Family Services programme across England and Wales, we are facilitating an informative programme of seminars. Many parents of disabled children tell us that they simply don't know who to turn to when faced by the many complex issues around disability. However, the seminars, which include sessions as diverse as how to deal with challenging behaviour, to helping teenagers with Autism Spectrum Disorder at school, will show parents how to access the support that they so desperately need. The seminars will be invaluable to parents and carers and will cover some key areas, such as how to manage personal budgets, transition into adulthood and independent living."

The support of Hampson Hughes and Cassell Moore will also enable Caudwell Children to join over 50 exhibitors at this year's event, allowing them to explain to visitors the full range of their services.  As Julia explained:- "The stand will be manned by our experienced Family Services team. They will give visitors the chance to test sensory equipment, experience a specialist therapy tricycle and complete application forms for a range of equipment, therapies and treatments. I would urge anyone attending the event to visit the team on Stand C17."

Representatives from Hampson Hughes and Cassell Moore will also be on the stand to discuss legal matters.  Last year's event was attended by 3,500 parents and healthcare professionals from across the Northwest. To find out more about the FREE seminars visit:- DisabledLiving.Co.UK.


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