Western Province Branch

SANDTA WESTERN CAPE AGM

Followed by an evening talk on

“Intensive treatment modalities in Cerebral Palsy”

Presented by Dr Eugene Rameckers

Senior researcher Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, University of Maastricht and Centre of Expertise Adelante Rehabilitation, Netherlands

Dr Eugene Rameckers is the Head of Paediatric Physiotherapy at AVANSplus University for Professionals. He also holds clinical and research positions at the Rehabilitation Research Centre at Maastricht University and the Adelante Rehabilitation Centre. He is an internationally recognized authority on paediatric rehabilitation exploring the field of intensive therapy, strength training and functional training in children with disabilities. He is the co-creator of a rehabilitation program practiced extensively across Europe, known as Neuromotor Task Training and a Principle Member of the of the Dutch “Handen in Elkaar” group to create a national database in upper limb treatment and coordinate evidence based treatment in CP.

Wednesday 30 August 2017

18h00 for 18h30

Pola Pasvolsky Lecture Theatre (D3)

Red Cross Children’s Hospital

***FREE for SANDTA members***

R50 Non-members

2 CPD Points

Please RSVP to sandtawc@gmail.com as your RSVP guides our catering

Payment to be made at the door. There is no registration form to fill in prior to attendance. There is no limit on seats!

***FREE to SANDTA Members WITH RENEWED MEMBERSHIP FOR 2017/2018  (Please go to www.sandta.org.za for more info) ***

*** PLEASE INDICATE IF HALAAL OR VEGETARIAN CATERING IS REQUIRED***
 

AND ALSO:

CHANGE OF DATE

 

Unfortunately, due to unavoidable circumstances, there has been a change in the presenter's travel plans . 

Therefore we will have to move the NTT Course to SUNDAY 27 AUGUST 2017  (same time and venue - please see attached advert)

We still have space available! We would like to invite all therapists to attend - this is a great opportunity to attend a course presented by an international expert in the field of treatment of children with DCD.  


Division of Physiotherapy, Department of Health & Rehabilitation Sciences, Faculty of Health Science in collaboration with SANDTA Western Cape

“Neuromotor Task Training treatment in children with Developmental Coordination Disorder”

A Workshop for Physiotherapists and Occupational Therapists

Presented by

Dr Eugene Rameckers

Senior researcher Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, University of Maastricht and Centre of Expertise Adelante Rehabilitation, Netherlands

Dr Eugene Rameckers is the Head of Paediatric Physiotherapy at AVANSplus University for Professionals. He also holds clinical and research positions at the Rehabilitation Research Centre at Maastricht University and the Adelante Rehabilitation Centre. He is an internationally recognized authority on paediatric rehabilitation exploring the field of intensive therapy, strength training and functional training in children with disabilities. He is the co-creator of a rehabilitation program practiced extensively across Europe, known as Neuromotor Task Training and a Principle Member of the of the Dutch “Handen in Elkaar” group to create a national database in upper limb treatment and coordinate evidence based treatment in CP.

Sunday 27 August 2017

9h00-12h00

Department of Health & Rehabilitation Sciences, Faculty of Health Science

GSH Venue 2 (F56), Old Main Building, Groote Schuur Hospital

SANDTA Members R250

Non- members R350

3 CPD Points

The Course will cover the following:

· Evidence for Neuromotor Task Training (NTT)

· Task analysis

· Clinical reasoning

· Practical: NTT - how to do it?

Payments to be made to:

SANDTA Western Cape

Account number 9026327848

ABSA, 632005

Reference: NTT and your name (e.g. NTT R Crafford)

Payment secures your place. Please send proof of payment to sandtawc@gmail.com                  

BEFORE 20 August 2017

Chairperson
Co-Opted Member
Co-Opted Member
Co-Opted Member

 

 

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