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FACT Workshop – JHB

Saturday, Jul 22, 2023

7:30am – 12:30pm

Facilitation, Analysis and Clinical Reasoning (FACT)

What does the workshop entail?

A 4-hour Workshop facilitated by SANDTA tutors, Dianne Zeller and Lisa Rawstorne. The workshop will comprise of a clinical case study with an actual/in-person assessment and treatment session.

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to observe and learn from 2 very experienced therapists and watch them in action. The focus will be on assessment and intervention based on current theories and principles with an emphasis on in-depth analysis and clinical reasoning.

Who can attend?

This workshop is open to all therapists who have completed their Basic/Foundation NDT Course. The workshop will be limited to 15 participants.

CEU’s: 4 CPD points have been applied for.

About the Presenters

Dianne Zeller qualified as a Physiotherapist at the University of the Witwatersrand in 1992. She initially worked in the field of Orthopaedic and Sports Physio and received her OMT certification. She completed her Adult Bobath course in 1998.

In 2000, she moved into the field of Paediatrics and has a special interest in Paediatric Neurodevelopmental Therapy.

She currently works as an associate at the multi-disciplinary practices of Therapy Worx and The Children’s Therapy Centre, seeing mainly children with Cerebral Palsy, but also with other neurological conditions and developmental delay.  Her work experience includes Private practice, LSEN schools and rural outreach programmes.

Dianne completed her first NDT course in 2003 and her second NDT course in 2009. She started her tutor training in 2010 and qualified as a SANDTA Physiotherapy Tutor in 2016. She has presented on the Basic and Intro courses since then.  Dianne has completed the following Advanced courses: 3 Advanced Baby Courses (Eunice König, Sarah Capelovitch and Lois Bly), Advanced Facilitation- Less is more; Dyskinesia (JP Maes and Gillian Saloojee).

Lisa Rawstorne qualified as an Occupational Therapist from The University of Cape Town in 2001.  She has worked in the field of pediatric neurodevelopment since 2004 and has a special interest in understanding the links between Neurodevelopmental Therapy and Sensory Integration Therapy and how to best integrate these approaches within the field of paediatric Occupational Therapy.

She currently works in private practice and her work experience includes working with children (birth to adolescence) with Cerebral Palsy, Syndromes & other Rare Diseases, Sensory Processing Disorders, Autism, Visual Impairments, Traumatic Brain Injuries and Developmental Delay.

Lisa completed her first NDT course in 2009and this is where her passion for NDT was ignited. She started her tutor training in 2016 and has presented on both introductory courses and Basic courses as part of her pathway to becoming a SANDTA tutor. Lisa has completed two Advanced Baby Courses (2013 & 2020). Additionally, she has attended several workshops related to paediatric neurodevelopment on topics including Visual & Perceptual Impairments; Better Understanding & Treating Head Control and Treatment of the Hand in the child with Neurological Impairment. Lisa continues to strive towards deepening her knowledge and understanding of children with neurological conditions so as to best serve the needs of these children and their families.

Event Category

In Person

Event Location

32 Riley Rd, Bedfordview
Johannesburg, Gauteng, 2007

Event Fees

SANDTA member
ZAR 600.00
ZAR 800.00

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