What is it:
A four-hour workshop designed to help new or inactive amputees and individuals with limb impairments reach their full physical potential and to enable them to experience the joy of physical activity, recreation and sport. Helping them to understand the benefits of a healthy lifestyle and introducing them to low level activity. The workshop also provides information to the attendees in the form of hand-outs on simple exercises and where to access opportunities locally. Run by trained LimbPower staff, this workshop has been designed by LimbPower and Roehampton University’s Department of Life Sciences.
Who is the workshop for:
It is designed for new amputees or for people the physio/ Doctor believes would benefit from attending. It can also be attended by the multidisciplinary clinical team working in amputee rehabilitation.
The course is 4 hours and is made up of theory and practical sessions. There are also adequate breaks built into the session. The course covers areas such as:
Introduction – The Benefits of Activity
Opportunities available how do you find out about sport and physical activity in your local area.
22nd March Olympic Park
21st May Stoke Mandeville Stadium
For further information and to discuss your requirements please contact Andy Brittles at firstname.lastname@example.org
or visit the website at www.limbpower.com