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An Evening With

An ’Evening with…’ is one of fAABI’s most popular events, where a chosen guest speaker is invited to come in and give a talk about their field of work to an audience of fAABI’s clients. Attendees are encouraged to bring friends and family along to take part in an enjoyable evening of friendly conversation and socializing, in addition to learning more about the speaker and their line of work.

Speakers in the past have ranged from authors to Neurologists, whose stories resonate with our clients as they discussed topics ranging from challenges that they have faced, to recent developments in research regarding brain injuries.

Upcoming Speakers

An Evening with Mindy Gibbins-Klein

Details to be released closer to the date.

When: Wednesday 1st November 2017

Where: 11-13 Cavendish Square, London, W1G 0AN (Attend’s Head Offices)

Time: 18:00 – 20:00

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Past Speakers

Previous speakers for ‘An Evening With…’ include:

Nicholas Behn (14/08/2017)

Dr Nicholas Behn is a Speech and Language Therapist with over 15 years of experience in the UK and Australia. His talk discussed the results of his research which gave some valuable insights for those who have suffered from a brain injury, into how to improve communication with friends and family.

Sophia Bennett (19/06/2017)

A popular children’s author who we were delighted to have had come in to speak about her life as a writer, her long journey to publication and the inspiration behind her books. Sophia grew up travelling around the world as an army child. From a young age she aspired to be an author, but it wasn’t until 2009 that her first book was published, when she won the Times/Chicken House Children’s Fiction Competition with her book Threads. She has since published several books for children, including The Look and Love Song; winner of the 2017 RoNA Romantic Novel of the Year. Today, her books have been published as far afield as Brazil, Australia and Japan.