What does a typical therapy week offer?
A typical week would be 5 days of therapy including one dry land training with our Disability specific Strength and Conditioning Coach/Physio. Using the latest techniques, adapting activities, games and tasks to enhance and benefit of the aquatic therapy offered whilst transferring these skills to day to day activities.
Once a booking has been made you will be contacted closer to our visit by our team who will gain further information to help devise a training programme specific to your needs. Each and every client has a specific set of goals, abilities and skill sets, this will be used along with our unique approach to “getting the job done” through play and our “Box Theory” therapy.
Each week our team sit down, usually in a palm tree lined location with the sun beating down on our heads to discuss the up coming weeks. We work with you to plan the week, each week is specific and no one client has the same set of exercises or personality, this may dictate timings of sessions or conducted around timings of feeding and other medical requirements.
Manual development, strength, stability and core engagement all form part of the box theory and at the end of the training week you will be able to leave, armed with all the information, including exercises that we have worked on. This way, we can continually work with you once returning home to further improve from the success gained throughout the development week.
Aquatic based sessions are provided through the team overseen by our Paediatric Disability Consultant who will devise and lead the programme which will combine both aquatic and land based therapy in order for the sessions to flow together enhancing and complimenting each other.
We may need to receive reports from your home based therapists including: OT, Physio, Hydro and S&C coaches all of these will be used to make the programme as specific to your needs and requirements.