The Big Lottery Fund has given a grant towards Cerebra’s 2014 annual conference.
Everyone at Cerebra would like to say a huge thank you to the Big Lottery Fund, who have provided a grant of £9,900 towards the charity’s annual conference.
This year’s conference, taking place at the Royal Society of Medicine in London on Tuesday the 7th of October, focuses on ‘Problem solving’: accessing decent services and support for children with complex needs and their families.
This is a one day conference providing academics, practitioners, educators and carers with up to date, evidence-based information on the commonly encountered barriers experienced by disabled children and their families in accessing their legal rights and practical approaches to breaking these barriers down.
You can find out more about this year’s conference, along with previous conferences, by clicking here.
Thanks to this grant we are able to offer a reduced rate for families and students, and extend our early bird offer to the 31st of August. To book your place click here.
The Big Lottery Fund gives out millions of pounds every year to good causes, including community groups and projects that improve health, education and the environment. You can find out more about the Big Lottery Fund on their website.