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This Friday (7th October) we are excited to be supporting the inspirational CCMS Breaking More Boundaries Conference at Newbury Race Course.
CCMS (Community Case Management Services) is a leading provider of case management rehabilitation services throughout the UK, Europe and worldwide, providing quality of life solutions for severely injured adults and children.
Last September, CCMS held its inaugural Breaking Boundaries Conference in Bicester and the event was such a tremendous success that the decision was made to repeat the experience this year.
Novum Law will have a stand at this uplifting event which is expected to be attended by more than 200 delegates including therapists, case managers and healthcare and legal professionals.
Attendees will enjoy an action-packed day discussing how boundaries can be broken for severely injured people when it comes to all aspects of their life from travel and adventure and sports to personal relationships and parenting.
One of the highlights of the conference will be the opportunity to hear first-hand the inspiring stories from clients and members of The Silverlining Charity, which gives severely injured individuals the opportunity to participate in community-based activities, events and challenges.
Speaking at the conference will be Novum Law client, Ben Ridd, who suffered a severe brain injury following a horrific power boating accident when he was just 13 years old. In recent years Ben has had some fantastic opportunities to try his hand at activities such as skiing and surfing through CCMS with Ski2Freedom and is a proud ambassador for its services. He more than anyone, is proof that severe injury doesn’t have to stop you having new, exciting adventures.
Kim Chamberlain, associate solicitor of Novum Law, says: “The Breaking More Boundaries Conference promises to be another fantastic, enjoyable event providing inspiration to all attendees as well as a chance to learn just what can be achieved in the rehabilitation of severely injured children and adults. We are looking forward to supporting the event and hearing Ben talk about the positive experiences he’s enjoyed over the past few years.”