"Keeping your head above water"
Please click link Keeping your head above water for a copy of the Powerpoint presentation held on Tuesday 8th September
“Keeping your head above water” – A Medico-legal perspective -– Sue Filson Tuesday 8th September 2020, 7.30-8.30pm
Places are now available to book - please refer to details under Courses and Events
Aquatic Therapy - Back in Action
Hydrotherapy Pools in SEND schools
In response to the ATACP request for hydrotherapy pools to be open for use in SEND schools Public Health England have now confirmed “hydrotherapy pools are permitted to be used for the purposes of supervised aquatic physiotherapy irrespective of the setting in which this activity takes place."
ATACP COVID-19 and hydrotherapy pools
ATACP MEMBERS ONLY
Meeting Recording of the virtual session "ATACP COVID-19 and Hydrotherapy Pools held on 8th July 2020
PWTAG Guidance on temporary pool closure
Please note guidance on temporary pool closure which explains the best way to temporarily shut down your pool because of the current coronavirus emergency.
Novel coronavirus (COVID-19) latest information - PWTAG - The Pool Water Treatment Advisory Group
Is it still safe to go swimming at this time? Can the virus be transmitted through the pool water?
CANCELLED - ATACP Spring Study Day - 25TH APRIL @ Royal Hospital for Neurodisability
Our venue host for the April Study day have taken precautionary measures to cancel all external training. This is to protect the patients and residents of RHN that are particularly vulnerable to COVID-19 (coronavirus).
If you have already paid for the study day, please contact Julie Dixon at email@example.com to arrange refunds of the course cost.
We apologise for any inconvenience and thank you for your understanding.
ATACP AGM 2018
The ATACP annual AGM will take place at the Spring Study Day on 17th March 2018 at The Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability, Putney.
Please see attached documents for Minutes 2017, Agenda 2018 and ATACP Aims.
ATACP Executive Committee Vacancies
Looking for CPD opportunities in Aquatic Therapy? The ATACP are looking for new members to join the Executive Committee.