WEBINAR, SEMINAR AND FAIRS
We take pride in creating activities that inspire, are educational and contribute to reflection. Sign up for one of our upcoming events and get replenishment of valuable and useful information.
Kidz to Adultz Wales & West 21.09.2023
We are delighted to be exhibiting for the first time ever at Kidz to Adultz Wales and West in Newport! Click the link for more information
New Medical Treatments for SMA and Duchenne 27.09.2023
In this webinar, Sean Wallace, Paediatric neurologist from Oslo University Hospital, Norway, will provide us with an insight into the latest knowledge about Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA) and Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD). Amongst other things, he will discuss the causes of these conditions, thier diagnosis, and the latest medical treatment. During the presentation, Sean will primarily focus on describing the effects of new medications that are available and their significance for patients.
Innowalk and Innowalk PRO product presentation 27.09.2023
Join us for a 20-30min presentation of Innowalk and Innowalk PRO, and learn how to access them in the UK. The presentation will be immediately after the SMA/Duchenne webinar via a separate link.
The 2nd Cerebral Palsy Integrated Pathway (CPIP) UK Meeting 29.09.2023
We are delighted to be sponsoring the second CPIP UK annual meeting in Edinburgh. The meeting is aimed at paediatric neurologists, community paediatricians, orthopaedic surgeons and physiotherapists involved with the care and treatment of children with CP.
How Can Access to Movement Affect Learning in a Special School? 16.11.2023
We are delighted to welcome back Clare Grodon and Caroline Brown, from Richard Cloudesley School who will share with us their experiences with Innowalk PRO in a Special school setting. They will discuss their journey to accessing Innowalk PRO and the impact that it has had on the students and the school. They will also cover outcomes of the 'Heroic' Trial and the ongoing value of movement for their students. This webinar is relevant for education staff as well as therapists and health professionals working in special schools, community, NHS and private settings.