Method of delivery: Online
23-24 March 2021
Course Duration: 2-days
Cost: GBP 265.00
Reduced Cost: GBP N/A
Total Course Places: 36 (0 standard places currently available; 0 reduced rate places available)
CPD Points: 12. You will be able to download a pdf of your CPD certificate following attendance at the course.
There is no pre course reading for this course
Read more about Approaching Children's Tone courses
This ACT course will be delivered online in a virtual environment. We will send registered attendees the link.
Children with abnormal muscle tone deserve prompt recognition and timely access to appropriate investigation and treatment, particularly with the availability of new therapies for neuromuscular conditions and cerebral palsy. In view of this, the BPNA approved the development of a new BPNA short-course on 'Tone Management in Children'.
The aim of the course is to improve recognition of initial symptoms of abnormal (high or low) tone and speed-up referral to appropriate specialists. In turn, the course aims to reduce the time to diagnosis and quicken provision of suitable treatment and/or therapy and improve the experience of the child/young person and family. Overall the course aims to improve the future outcomes for children with abnormal tone. We present a structured approach to investigation and management.
This is a 2-day course that will be delivered online in a virtual environment. You are expected to attend for the whole 2 days.
The virtual course will be delivered in exactly the same way as the face-to-face course.
|08.45-09.15||Registration and refreshments|
|09.15-09.30||1. Welcome, introduction and aims||Whole group|
|09.30-10.00||2. Introduction to motor development||Whole group|
|10.00-10.30||3. Common language and definitions||Whole group|
|10.30-11.00||4. Setting the tone||Whole group|
|11.00-11.30||5. Perspectives of child, parent and family||Workshop|
|11.50-12.20||6. Approach to a child with high tone problem||Workshop 1 round robin|
|12.20-12.50||7. Approach to a child with low tone problem||Workshop 2 round robin|
|12.50-13.50||Lunch, exhibition and networking|
|13.50-14.10||8. Structured approach to investigation of child with high tone||Whole group|
|14.10-14.40||9. Children with high tone in practice||Workshop|
|14.40-15.10||10. Structured approach to investigation of children with low tone||Whole group|
|15.10-15.40||11. Children with low tone in practice||Workshop|
|16.00-16.20||12. When to refer common tone problems?|
|16.20-16.50||13. Grey cases|
|16.50-17.00||14. Summary||Whole group|
|Registration and refreshments|
|15. Physical interventions for management of children with tone problems||Whole group|
|16. Medical and surgical interventions to manage children with high tone problems||Whole group|
|17. High tone acute crises||Workshop|
|18. Principles of management of children with neuromuscular disorders||Whole group|
|19. New presentations of children with neuromuscular disorders||Workshop|
|Lunch, exhibition and networking|
|20. Approach to children with complex tone problems||Whole group|
|21. Young people with transition||Workshop|
|22. Parent and young people's resources||Whole group|
|23. Horizon scanning||Whole group|
|12. When to refer common tone problems?|
|13. Grey cases|
WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR?
The course is aimed at:
- Consultant and trainee Paediatricians
- Consultant and trainees in Neurodisability
- Consultants and trainees in Community Paediatriatrics
- Therapists involved in the management of children with both low and high tone problems.
MAPPING TO GENERAL PAEDIATRIC COMPETENCIES