The Hackitt Review- Two years on
Kate Rohde, Partner in the Clinical Negligence team at Kingsley Napley, was asked to speak at an event on 15 September 2016 for the LCCCP “Milkshake Tree appeal”, an ambitious project to develop exciting new facilities and services at the Centre, which provides education and support for early years and primary school age children, using methods based in conductive education. The Centre’s goal is for every child to have the opportunity to reach their potential.
Included in the project plan is a brand new building, hydrotherapy pool and a magical tree top learning space, which will all be added to the Centre’s current site in North London. At Kingsley Napley we are already involved in helping the Centre to develop an information hub for parents and carers, which aims to provide them with access to information and a place to support each other in the inevitable challenges brought about by a child’s diagnosis with cerebral palsy.
Kate and many other members of the Kingsley Napley team enjoyed the opportunity to hear more about the Milkshake Tree appeal at this event. The Centre is continuing to raise funds to make its plans a reality and we would urge anyone interested in supporting the project to contact the Centre directly http://www.cplondon.org.uk. For more information, please contact Christine Harris, or call 020 3074 1804
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