Course 2: Bobath Courses offered by Bobath Centre, UK
Bobath training courses are suitable for physiotherapists, occupational therapists, speech and language therapists or doctors who are working with children with cerebral palsy or have
an interest in this area. The Bobath Centre offers a range of courses at introductory and advanced levels. More information about content and entry criteria can be found within the course
descriptions. Training courses take place at the Bobath Centre, based in north London. The Centre can also offer courses, problem solving days or workshops at external venues, please email to
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Introductory Bobath Course to the Treatment and Management of Children with Cerebral Palsy
12 Jun 2013 — 13 Jun 2013
Location: The Bobath Centre
250 East End Road
Who is the course for?
This is a course for physiotherapists, occupational therapists, speech and language therapists and doctors who work with children with cerebral palsy or who hope to work in paediatrics in the
What and how will you learn?
The course is designed to give course participants an insight into the use of the Bobath concept through demonstrations, discussions and lectures.
Because of the introductory nature of this course, there will not be an opportunity for practical handling by course participants.
- To familiarise therapists with the basic concepts that underpin the Bobath approach to treatment.
- To demonstrate the interdisciplinary nature of assessment and treatment using the Bobath approach.
- To discuss the implications of an understanding of child development to the treatment of cerebral palsy.
- To identify the features of spasticity and athetosis and demonstrate the treatment of children with these clinical features.
Direct link to more information: http://www.bobath.org.uk/course/introductory-bobath-course-to-the-treatment-and-management-of-children-with-cerebral-palsy-4/