Hambisela Pro 2017

The Association conducts regular 2-day Hambisela Pro training programmes for therapists in the Eastern Cape and, in collaboration with local partner organisations, in other Provinces of South Africa.

The programme is tailored for therapists who have limited previous training on cerebral palsy or exposure to clients with cerebral palsy, and builds a basic foundation in skills relating to assessment, positioning, feeding, communication and AAC, practical everyday activities for stimulation and play, teaching strategies and adaptations in the classroom, and play.

NOTE: Places are limited, and will be allocated on a first-come first-served basis for confirmed (paid) registrations.

Course Details

Course:
Hambisela Pro: Port Elizabeth 2017-1
Dates:
Monday 27 & Tuesday 28 March 2017
Registration closes:
Monday 20 March 2017
Venue:
Cerebral Palsy Association, Port Elizabeth South Africa
Trainers:
Lurinda Prinsloo & Miena Combrinck (Hambisela)
Course:
Hambisela Pro: Port Elizabeth 2017-2
Dates:
Monday 26 & Tuesday 27 June 2017
Registration closes:
Monday 19 June 2017
Venue:
Cerebral Palsy Association, Port Elizabeth South Africa
Trainers:
Lurinda Prinsloo & Miena Combrinck (Hambisela)
Course:
Hambisela Pro: Johannesburg 2017-3
Dates:
Thursday 21 & Friday 22 September 2017
Registration closes:
Thursday 14 September 2017
Venue:
Ahmed Kathrada Private Hospital, K43 Highway, Lenasia Ext 8., Johannesburg South Africa
Trainer:
Lurinda Prinsloo (Hambisela)

Who should attend:

Health care therapists working on management of patients with neurological dysfunction, including cerebral palsy. The programme is particularly tailored to the needs of therapists with limited previous training on cerebral palsy, including Community Service therapists.

Course Programme

Programme for Day 1

  • What is Hambisela?
  • Classification, assessment and treatment
  • Positioning and equipment for function
  • Therapeutic feeding

Programme for Day 2

  • Communication and AAC (Augmentative and alternative communication)
  • Practical everyday activities
  • Teaching strategies and adaptations in the classroom
  • Play and toys
  • Facilitating a group
  • Case studies