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BBTA: An Introduction to the Bobath Concept at Homerton Hospital

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These BBTA modules are designed to introduce course participants to the assessment and treatment of adults with neuromuscular dysfunction

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British Bobath Tutors Association (BBTA): An Introduction to the Bobath Concept

These BBTA modules are designed to introduce course participants to the assessment and treatment of adults with neuromuscular dysfunction. The modules consist of theoretical and practical sessions and patient demonstrations.

  • Module l Human movement analysis as a basis of clinical intervention
  • Module ll The integration of postural control and selective movement for functional activities (Part A)
  • Module lll The integration of postural control and selective movement for functional activities (Part B)Please note the understanding human movement analysis module is a prerequisite for the Basic Bobath Course.

Dates:

Module I – 21th and 22nd March 2020 (Full day on Saturday and Half Day on Sunday)

Module II – 2nd and 3rd May 2020 (Full day on Friday and Half Day on Saturday)

Module III – 6th and 7th June 2020 (Full day on Saturday and Half Day on Sunday)

Tutor:

Helen Lindfield

Venue: Regional Neurological Rehabilitation Unit, Homerton Hospital, London

Cost: £210 per module

Please book early to avoid disappointment.

For registration queries please contact the course organizers:

Carla Lopes de Freitas - carla.freitas@nhs.net

Anna-Louise Williams - anna-louise.williams@nhs.net

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