South East Upper Limb Rehabilitation Network Study Day/ Network Forum
July 1, 2019
TOPIC: Upper Limb Dysfunction in Children and Young People with Neurological Impairment
The aim of the day is to bring together a range of professionals who are interested or working in the upper limb rehabilitation field to share information and knowledge, to reflect on practice through case studies and forum style discussion groups, and to build a network to support clinical practice. Topics covered during this event will include an overview of medical and therapeutic management approaches, sharing of research and good practice examples, and exploring the role of technology in upper limb rehabilitation.
There will be interactive sessions where you have the opportunity to discuss your own case examples with others and a chance find out about new national consensus guidelines for Botulinum Toxin-A provision and supporting therapies.
Established in 2016, the Upper Limb Rehabilitation Network (ULRN) is a collection of professionals who work in paediatric upper limb services across the country. The South East regional group, who are coordinating this event, seek to share best practice, skills and knowledge, with the aim of improving the standard of upper limb rehabilitation for children with neurological or congenital hand and upper limb conditions.
If you would like further information, please contact Zoe Haddock.
Please click here to book your place now.Regular Price: £12.00