Physiotherapy for Children
NICE QUALITY STANDARD - Cerebral Palsy in Children and Young People
APCP welcomes the publication of the cerebral palsy quality standard by the National Institute of Clinical Excellance (NICE).
IN THE NEWS - Supporting people with profound and multiple learning disabilities - service standards
The aims of the Standards are to support in ensuring people with profound and multiple learning disabilities, children and adults, have access to consistent high-quality support throughout their lives, when supported by any service provider. The ambition is that these Standards will be adopted nationally.
Supporting People with Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities- Core and Essential Service Standards
APCP MATTERS - Conference 2017 - A great success!
Cardiff is a port city on the south coast of Wales, where the River Taff meets the Severn Estuary. It was proclaimed the nation’s capital in 1955. Then in November 2017 the Welsh APCP committee hosted the APCP conference.
APCP MATTERS - PPIMS is disbanding
Paediatric Physiotherapists In Management Support ( PPIMS) was created as a specialist group at a time when health services worked in a very different way.
APCP MATTERS - New Publication - Guidance for Paediatric Physiotherapists Writing Advice for Education, Health and Care Plans
APCP are pleased to be launching a new publication.
APCP MATTERS - APCP is changing....
As an organization we have grown considerably over the last few years and in order for us to continue to grow and develop we have been advised to review our legal status by our accountants and we have done this in consultation with the CSP and some of the other larger professional networks that have already investigated their options.
Guidance for Paediatric Physiotherapists - Managing Childhood Onset Spinal Cord Injuries
Commissioning Tool for Community Paediatric Respiratory Physiotherapy Posts
The APCP Respiratory Committee have developed a commissioning tool for new and developing Community Paediatric Respiratory Physiotherapy posts in order to assist and advise on different ways of developing a new service, key results, challenges and solutions.
NEW NICE GUIDELINE - Developmental follow-up of CYP born pre-term
Neonatal physiotherapists should be helping to provide developmental support and surveillance assessments to prematurely born children, during the first two years of their lives.