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Move Programme​

 

The MOVE Programme places movement at the centre of learning; teaches through routine activities and in real life situations.

Who can The Move Programme support?

The Move Programme is ongoing throughout the participant’s life. Move not only benefits participants on the programme but also parents and carers who because of the person’s increased mobility spend less time on routine care.

  • Provides a way to effectively combine therapy and education.
  • Provides a way to utilise time spent on routine care, to teach and practice functional skills.
  • Provides a record keeping and evaluation system.
  • Provides a programme which goes from early childhood to adulthood.

The three ‘i’s of Move

           o     Individual

o     Independence

o     Inclusion

The benefits of The Move Programme

o     Health

o     Mobility

o     Social inclusion & family life

Who are the MOVE Team? 

           Florin Iakab – Co-coordinator

           Mark Terrell – Assistent Head

 Please do not hesitate to speak to us if you have any queries/questions.

What happens next?

The class team would identify a pupil for the programme, complete a referral form and return to Florin Iakab.  The team would then assess and select pupils for the programme.  Following a baseline assessment of the pupil, Teachers, Parents/Carers and other professionals would then be consulted and invited to a conversational meeting with the MOVE Team.

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