Webinar presented by Dr Konstantinos Chandolias:- “The effectiveness of Bobath Neurodevelopmental Intervention and Halliwick concept based hydrotherapy programme in children with cerebral palsy”
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Dr Chandolias has kindly agreed to share his presentation so please find attached the Powerpoint slides and a link to the webinar presentation.
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2020 ATACP COMMITTE NOMINATIONS
The attached document outlines the short summaries for the 2020 ATACP nominations in preparation for the AGM on 18th November 2020.
Criminal Prosecution Defence Insurance Information
The ATACP has extensively explored Criminal Prosecution Defence insurance options to cover the removal of cover from the CSP. The CSP assistant director of Industrial Relations Jim Fahie has explained why the CSP did not continue to provide insurance cover and advised that as aquatic
Agenda for ATACP AGM 18th November 2020
Please note the Agenda for the ATACP AGM on 18th November including the minutes of AGM 2019, Presentation of Annual Report, ATACP orginisational structure & Presentation of the accounts
Minutes from ATACP AGM 2019
Keeping your head above water – a medico-legal perspective on keeping our aquatic physiotherapy provision safe
Please note the Powerpoint presentation of the webinar held on Tuesday 8th September 2020 by Sue Filson.
ATACP members can request a download of the Webinar by sending an email to email@example.com
ATACP COVID-19 and hydrotherapy pools
Following the virtual session "ATACP COVID-19 and Hydrotherapy Pools held on 8th July 2020, please find below the Meeting Recording by following the link:-
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ATACP Recommendations for safe aquatic physiotherapy practice in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic
Recommendations in accordance with Government, NHS, Public Health England (PHE), and the Pool Water Treatment Advisory Group (PWTAG)
This information is provided as being accurate as of 7th July 2020 and is subject to change.
These recommendations are made to minimise risk related to COVID-19
The Association for Physiotherapist working with People with Learning disabilities (ACPPLD) have launched ‘Standards of Practice’ for the professional network
The standards of practice have been developed in response to wide variations in the provision of the learning disability physiotherapy across the UK. In response, the standards aim to improve and standardise the delivery and commissioning of specialist physiotherapy to adults with a learning
Aquatic therapy for clients with a tracheostomyDownload pdf 232.94 KBATACP Supporting document