Thank you to everyone who attended the Social Return Conference 2023 and to everyone working behind the scenes who made this truly immersive and engaging conference happen..
From this page you can request videos of all the conference presentations, simply register below and we will provide you with a link to view them.
You will also find below a gallery of photographs taken on the day, do scroll through to find yourself and your colleagues and feel free to download and use the photos on social media or to illustrate blogs or just send to a friend!
You can play Evernova's original song Peculiarly Human by clicking the link below and we have also collated a range of interesting and useful supplementary material, information and resources we found as we planned the event, which you will find as you scroll to the bottom of this page.
Look out for the colouring book of Graham Ogilvie's drawings from the day, which will be publicised soon when it becomes available to purchase via our website, with funds raised going to our charity of the year One Punch.
We hope you enjoy these resources and that we will see you at next year's conference!.
References and Acedemic Papers
Web Resources & Self Help
The day Herbie Bumped his head
Brain Injury Identity Card: Headway Black Country
Brain Injury Information Card (CBIT)
Candice’s Experience of Fatigue after Brain Injury
Where did I go?: Rediscovering My Identity, Lost After a Traumatic Brain Injury (Crumps Barn Studio Personal Memoir) Kindle Edition
Cognitive Communication CHECKLIST for Acquired Brain Injury (CCCABI) An SLP Screening and Referral Tool (featured in Matthew Nakonesky’s presentation)
Grace Curry (Art featured on stage, in the programme and in final video)
What's going on in his head? James Piercy
My Head - Radio 4, James Piercy
DR Mel Lee & Bridger Falconer Podcasts
Ep 30 - Somatic Integration and Processing, The Therapy Explained Podcast
A model for truly integrative therapy: SIP with Dr Melanie Lee and Bridger Falkenstein
Books and Blogs List
A New Me: Experiences of life after brain injury - Headway
Identity and Emotions after Acquired Brain Injury and How to Help
Never Underestimate the Value of the Therapeutic Relationship, Danyelle Clarke