MAES Therapy Course - Romania 2015
‘Movement Analysis & Education Strategies for children with Cerebral Palsy and similar neurological conditions’
This is a first class course that we are confident you and your colleagues would be happy to join.
This course is an exciting new course for the benefit of experienced paediatric therapists to develop their skills to become a better clinician.
It is a new course, led by Jean-Pierre Maes MSCP, who is one of the most experienced NDT-Bobath Senior Tutors in the world. He has a high reputation amongst paediatric therapists, who know the value of his knowledge and teaching.
The Programme of this course is based upon his 20 years experience of teaching treatment approaches to children with Cerebral Palsy and similar neurological movement disorders.
As a new course, it hasn’t yet had the time to gain credit compared to long-running courses, however, this will change with time as more MAES Therapy course are run.
The course will be credited by the MAES Therapy Centre, London and all participants who successfully complete the course will be Registered as ‘MAES Therapists’ and shown on the MAES Therapy website.
Jean-Pierre is a Member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, UK and registered with the HCPC – Health and Care Professions Council, UK – a government organisation.
For your information, in 2015, this 4-Week MAES Therapy Course is also being organised and run for experienced therapists in Croatia, Dubai, Thailand, Czech Republic, South Africa. The Physiotherapy Associations in these countries are welcoming MAES Therapy courses.
The best ‘accreditation’ is from fellow professionals who judge and value the course and the new knowledge and skills they gain.
For your information, we attach some comments from therapists who attended the MAES Therapy Course in Zagreb earlier this year.
You can also see these comments and others on the MAES Therapy website :
The introductory course is being organized by the Association Prosperitas Vitae in Cluj Napoca, on December 20, 2014.
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