Easter Therapy Blocks

2 March 2021

Conductive Education session - wooden bars

We are excited to be planning two fun-filled Easter blocks where children will benefit from daily integrated therapies with our team from 06th – 09th April (block one – four days) and 12th – 16th April (block two – five days).

During these blocks, you will be able to book one, two or three daily therapies, each an hour-long, choosing from Physiotherapy, Conductive Education and Occupational Therapy/Sensory Integration sessions. You can mix and match the therapies that you would like your child to attend.

A discount of between 10% – 30% will be applied to all bookings during Easter and this will be calculated based on the number of sessions attended each day (find out more information about our fees).

Children who are new to our services will need to attend an initial assessment, please let us know if you would like us to arrange this for you.  Please complete the survey by Friday 19th March to register your interest in the Easter blocks. Places will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.

We hope to hear from you soon!

 

https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/Easter-block-interest-survey

 

Why have we created intensive integrated therapy blocks?

Research on how the brain learns has shown that the more frequently we practise an activity the quicker we become more skilled in that activity. It is with this in mind, that we have developed our intensive blocks of rehabilitation.

Our intensive blocks are designed over school holidays to minimise the disruption to education, whilst providing a targeted opportunity to develop motor and communication skills. Younger children innately have increased capacity to learn so the sooner we act the greater the impact!

The integration of therapies provides carry over between disciplines with multidisciplinary joint goals, working collaboratively to maximise the opportunity for rehabilitation. During intensive blocks, children and their families receive more coordinated treatment packages, better quality of care, better results of therapy.

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