Do you want to refine your handling skills specific to infants?
Want to learn about the sensory and feeding difficulties of babies?
This internationally recognised course aims to give therapists more in depth knowledge of all aspects of infant development, enabling them to differentiate between typical and atypical development at an early age and to recognise when an infant is at risk and requires intervention.
P Lois Bly – Physiotherapist, an internationally respected NDT Coordinator-Instructor and clinician
P Christa Scholtz – Occupational Therapist, Senior Bobath Tutor
P Karien Marais – Speech Therapist, Bobath Tutor
Prerequisites for Course Admission
Therapist must be a qualified Physiotherapist Therapist, Occupational Therapist, or Speech/Language Pathologist that has successfully completed the 8 weeks Basic Paediatric course.
Therapist should have at least one year of professional experience after completed the 8 week Basic course with infants, one year and younger (highly recommended) and children with cerebral palsy and related neuromotor disorders.
Therapists should have the physical ability to participate in all aspects of this course and be registered with the HPCSA and SANDTA.
Cancellation Policy: After you have been accepted you will receive information regarding payment. No refunds after August 1, 2013. If this course is cancelled for any reason, you will receive a full refund.