We proudly welcome the following speakers to the ESCIF Congress 2022

Lucy Robinson

My name is Lucy Robinson, I am 34 years old and I have had C6 spinal cord injury for 15 years. I have been delivering a range of spinal cord injury services for over 12 years both in the UK and abroad, including peer led training courses which have been running in Bangladesh since 2012. I have led a structured peer led education service team at NHS Stoke Mandeville Hospital encouraging patients to actively engage in rehabilitation and learn the skills they need to live fulfilled lives whilst managing their health.I currently run a vocation service for the non-profit organisation Back Up. This includes early intervention rehabilitation pathways and practical support for helping service users into employment roles and confidence building course is to start people on their journey to meaningful employment. I have spoken regularly at national and international conferences about the use of peer support within rehabilitation and peer led community integration initiatives.

Daniela Vozza

Since two years I work for the Swiss Paraplegics Association in Nottwil, Switzerland and I am responsible for the departement of life-guidance. I am also member of the management. I am a social worker and before joining die SPA I have been working in the first rehabilitation for 11 years in the Swiss Paraplegic Center in Nottwil.