Evidence-Based Practical Application for the Treatment of Cerebral Palsy: A two-day course for therapy assistants and technicians

Event details

08:45am-5:00pm
Fee: £150 (early bird £120 for the first 5 booking only)

London Road Community Hospital, Derby.

London Road
Derby
DE1 2QY
United Kingdom

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52.9141634, -1.4681851

Event Organiser

NCORE (National Centre of Rehabilitation Education)

01332 254679

uhdb.ncore@nhs.net

http://www.ncore.org.uk

Evidence-Based Practical Application for the Treatment of Cerebral Palsy:

A two-day course for therapy assistants and technicians

24th – 25th May 2021

Venue: London Road Community Hospital, Derby DE1 2QY

 

Course tutor: Dr Pauline Christmas

Ref. 2925

 

This course is designed for therapy assistants and technicians and offers a comprehensive

overview of important aspects of therapy for the child with cerebral palsy. It is a practical

course designed to apply the latest evidence to practice and uses a combination of lectures, video analysis, case presentations and practical sessions. At the end of each day there are questions to test learning. Delegates will receive a certificate of attendance.

 

Objectives:

Following completion of the course participants will have gained an understanding of:

  • How the different types of cerebral palsy present and how the child’s activity and development may be affected.
  • Some underlying principles of assessment and treatment from an Evidence-based perspective and when and how they may be used.
  • How therapists may apply Evidence-based practice to everyday activities.
  • The role of play in therapeutic intervention.
  • The role of equipment in therapeutic intervention.

 

***Course booklet will be provided***

 

CPD certificate of attendance awarded at end of the course: 14.5 hours

 

Fee: £150 (early bird £120 for the first 5 booking only)

(Includes refreshments)

 

Limited funded places may be available for AHP’s & Nurses working for the NHS within the East Midlands.

 

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