Monday 16 March 2020 to Tuesday 17 March 2020

Course leaders:

Athena Logothetis (Occupational Therapist)

What is it?

This two day course will explore the development and importance of play, how we can use it effectively in therapy and how we can facilitate increased levels of participation in play for children who have cerebral palsy.

Who is the course for?

The course is suitable for Therapy Assistants who are working with children who have cerebral palsy.  The course is appropriate for assistants who want to improve their ability to play with children and facilitate their enjoyment of this developmentally appropriate activity.

Aims:

  • To provide an overview of play and its role in many areas of typical development
  • To explore the use of play in therapy
  • To inspire creativity in play

Objectives:

At the end of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Describe the different types of play
  • Explain some of the barriers to play that children who have cerebral palsy encounter
  • Demonstrate the use of play to facilitate movement
  • Problem solve a variety of ways to provide children who have cerebral palsy access to play activities

How will the course be taught?

The workshop will include lectures, treatment demonstrations, case studies, practical exercises and problem solving sessions.

Fee: 
£325
Suitable for: 
Therapy assistants

Bobath Centre Map

Address: 
The Bobath Centre
Regal Way
Watford
WD24 4YE
528

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Testimonials

Fantastic presenters, very knowledgeable, I thoroughly enjoyed he course and have lots to take back to improve my practice and feedback to the team.

I felt that the course was in-depth and at the right level for me as an OT assistant.