Advanced Halliwick Course – Malaysia 2018


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Advanced Halliwick Course for Therapists in Paediatric Neurological Rehabilitation, Malaysia 2018Fully Booked!

Advanced Halliwick Course

for Therapists in Paediatric Neurological Rehabilitation

Develop a better understanding of the therapeutic needs of children with neuro-developmental difficulties (Cerebral Palsy and similar conditions) and how to address these needs using the Halliwick Concept of swimming and rehabilitation in water, at an advanced level.

 

Dates:    11 – 15 December 2018  ( 5 Days )

Course Leader:   Jean-Pierre Maes MCSP,  IHA Senior Halliwick Lecturer

                                  Founder & Director MAES Therapy International

Venue:     Amirs Gym, 8, Persiaran Damansara Endah, Bukit Damansara,

                   Kuala Lumpur,    Malaysia

 

Course Participants’ Criteria:

This course is open to Therapists (Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists and Speech & Language Therapists) and medical Doctors who are working with Children and Adults with Cerebral Palsy and similar neurological conditions.  All participants will need to have completed a 4-Day Foundation (Basic) Halliwick Course prior to this course.

The course will be presented in English.

 

Course Fee:    RM 4,500./-      Currency:   Malaysian Ringgit – RM

This course is limited to 12 participants.

A pre–requisite for this course is completion of a Halliwick Foundation Course.

 

Local Course Organiser:      Fezia Tyebally      E:   amirsgym@gmail.com

 

AIMS and OBJECTIVES:

The aim of this course is to enable Therapists (PT, OT & SLT) who have completed a full Halliwick Foundation Course to use the Halliwick Concept specifically in the context of therapy for children with neuro-developmental difficulties.

 

Through active participation, course participants will:

  • Deepen and further develop the application of the Halliwick Concept gained during a Halliwick Basic/Foundation Course.
  • Develop a better understanding of the therapeutic needs of children with

neurodevelopmental difficulties (Cerebral Palsy and similar conditions) and how to address these needs using the Halliwick Concept at an advanced level.

  • Identify and prioritise treatment aims.
  • Take part in problem-solving sessions in small groups about specific therapeutic issues related to treatment of children with Cerebral Palsy.
  • Maximise the therapeutic opportunities given by working in an aquatic environment.
  • Develop treatment ideas and handling skills in the water.
  • Take part in practical sessions with clients in the water under supervision.
  • Reconcile the clients’ needs on dry land with treatment aims in the pool.
  • Design appropriate activities for group work and individual sessions, to provide

clients with new movement experiences and control of movement.

  • Evaluate and progress practical sessions with clients in the water.
  • Justify therapeutic intervention, using clinical reasoning skills, based upon the

individual clients’ unique presentation and needs.

 

Notes:

This is course has a strong balance of theory and practical application throughout the five days.

Full attendance and participation in the water sessions will be required.

A Certificate of Attendance will be given upon completion of the Course.

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