The teaching of movements, functions, physical, emotional, psychological and cognitive skills are taught throughout the day in carefully designed daily programmes. They naturally fit in with the rhythm of life. This way they become meaningful for the children as they live […]
In our curriculum learning the ABC is as important as learning to look down to our feet so to know where to position them to be able to stand and step, to reach and grasp, to hold a pencil and […]
We always look for what abilities the person already has as a foundation for finding ways to develop further functions and skills. That doesn’t mean that we ignore the affected limbs or side of the body.
Through operative and progressive observation we design the environment which encourages meaningful active involvement.
This can only be done with the active participation of the person involved.
Newly learnt skills and functions are fully integrated into the daily existence of the child.
Charlie Goldsmith Parkinson’s I don’t know Charlie Goldsmith and I have just recently come across with this video. When I watched it my heart started beating fast with excitement. I have been encouraging the people in our practice with Parkinson’s […]