In addition to courses and workshops we are also able to provide short lectures and/or presentations to groups of staff.
NICE will be hosting a Conductive Education, Cueing and Parkinson’s workshop on Thursday 22nd March 2018 from 9:30am – 3:30pm.
This workshop provides an overview of Conductive Education as a system for supporting people with Parkinson’s and has been used in the UK since 1990. Dr. Brown, who is presenting the workshop, completed her PhD in this field, and is an international expert on the application of CE to people with Parkinson’s. The workshop will combine theory with practical application and offer a unique insight into Parkinson’s. This workshop will be of interest to: therapists, nurses, specialist nurses and all those working with people who have Parkinson’s.
- Understanding Parkinson’s from the ‘inside’
- Impact of Parkinson’s on learning how to move
- The link between language, thought and action
- Dealing with motivation and depression
- Optimising the learning experience
- Practical workshop: How to use a range of external cues and conscious thought processes
Presented by: Dr. Melanie Brown (Phd)
CEO National Institute of Conductive Education and Senior Conductor
Registration and coffee from: 9:15 am
Venue: National Institute of Conductive Education, Cannon Hill House, Russell Road, Moseley, Birmingham, B13 8RD.
Cost: £200 per delegate – includes refreshments and buffet lunch