This advanced course will provide an
opportunity to develop assessment and treatment skills in the area of stroke
rehabilitation. There will be a particular emphasis on the development of
mobility and transfer skills in the sub-acute patient.
develop advanced analysis and treatment skills with a focus on the development
of postural control as a basis for patient functioning and task related
By the end of the course, the participants
will be able to:
1. Demonstrate advanced clinical reasoning skills in the
assessment, treatment and management of stroke patients using the Model of Bobath Clinical Practice (MBCP).
2 Apply and use the evidence base for stroke rehabilitation with
consideration of early intervention to optimize
recovery of function and mobility.
3 Deepened their knowledge and understanding of
postural control and kinetic chain as a basis for efficient movement
transitions supporting independent transfers.
Develop an appreciation of the importance of
movement transitions in the development of a patient’s functioning and task
5. Develop the specificity of their handling
skills and be able to integrate active postural transition and functional