Charlie Fogarty MBE will share with us his inspirational story of his return to health and fitness after a devastating accident which left him unable to walk, talk, dress or perform basic tasks. Find out more: www.charliefogarty.co.uk
Come straight from work, with your colleagues within education, health or social care to celebrate the hard work you have put in over the last twelve months. Enjoy some light refreshments, relax and be inspired about the difference you've made in the lives of others this year.
Stay on after the pre-event celebration to receive your free VIP tickets to enjoy the Generation CAN Awards with Lost Voice Guy. The event will begin at 7pm and end shortly after 9pm.
Open to any professionals working in the field of special educational needs or disabilities across Education, Health and Social Care in Worcestershire. This is an amazing opportunity to hear from Pride of Birmingham's Charlie Fogarty, a young man who, at the age of 15, was involved in a devastating accident where he was left in a coma for four months. Sent to a children's rehabilitation centre, the once keen sportsman had to learn how to walk, talk, dress and perform basic tasks again. Throughout his painstaking journey back to health, Charlie has displayed remarkable courage and determination. He will share his inspiring transformation with us all.
It's also an opportunity to take a moment to celebrate the hard work and committment you have put in over the last twelve months as an individual within the wider professional network across Worcestershire, making a real difference to the lives of children and young people in your care.
Sponsored by Sign Solutions and Irwin Mitchell Solicitors, guests will enjoy some light refreshments and a free ticket to attend the Generation CAN Awards at the Arena, if they wish, starting at 7pm, with Britain's Got Talent winner, Lost Voice Guy.
NB Guests must attend the Pre-Awards Celebration to activate their free ticket for the Generation CAN Awards at 7pm.