Advice on HCPC Audit
The document below offers some advice from our CPD officer if you are called for HCPC Audit.
There was also a good article in Frontline recently which summarised the HCPC audit requirements http://www.csp.org.uk/frontline/article/hcpc-audit-are-you-ready#site-name
Study Day – Orthotics and ‘Signalong’
Date of Event
Tuesday 30th January 2018
Morning session consisted of Orthotics in Neuro by James Johnston (Orthotist from Taycare Medical)
Afternoon session include the AGM, chaired by Sue Over.
And Introduction to Signalong by Gerlind
People with Learning Disabilities in Scotland: 2017 Health Needs Assessment Report
The 2017 update report presents an overview of influential research evidence; it is not intended to be an exhaustive systematic review of all research studies related to people with learning disabilities. That would be out with the scope and purpose of this update report. This updated report draws o
Postural Management - Waking Up To Sleep Systems
Date of Event
Postural Management Study Day – looking at 4 various sleep systems – representatives from Symmetrisleep, Snooze, .
Bethany Dufton presented on CPIPs
Stephen Kean introduced us to Neutral 0 and
Regions list for Organising future Annual Learning Events
Guidance for running ACPPLD Annual Learning Event
In order to achieve this, each year one of our regional groups takes responsibility for the organisation of the event and hosts at a venue within their area. That region's committee then spends the year concentrating on the organisation and running of ALE.
Over the years we have collated the experi
Delivering High Quality End of Life care for people with a Learning Disability
The guide aims to support commissioners, providers and health and social care staff to reduce inequality in palliative and end of life care for people with a learning disability, focusing on The Ambitions for Palliative and End of Life Care.
The development of the guide involved consultation with Pu
Funding to Promote the Role of Learning Disability Physiotherapy
Further information and application form can be found in the attached document
LeDeR programme documents 2017
The LeDeR programme was one of the recommendations of the Confidential Inquiry into premature deaths of people with learning disabilities (CIPOLD)
CIPOLD reported that for every one person in the general population who dies from a cause of death amenable to good quality care, three people with lear
So your next patient has a Learning Disability - Useful leaflet & poster
The majority of people with a Learning Disability can successfully access mainstream physiotherapy services when reasonable adjustments are made.
The 'So your next patient has a Learning Disability' leaflet aims to give some simple but practical advice/suggestions to mainstream physiotherapists on h