APCP branded clothing for members being launched at Annual Conference in BrightonAPCP has appointed Grahame Gardner as its exclusive supplier of APCP branded polo shirts and hoodies.
The company offers poloshirts and hoodies in a range of colours and embroidered with the APCP member's logo.
BHTA Launch New Campaign - Failing Disabled Children Across the UK
Are the families, healthcare professional, and other stakeholders you represent getting the help they need or is it a continuous fight? Charities alone cannot support disabled children and we have to find ways for the statutory bodies to work in partnership to find a clear sustainable pathway ahead.
NEW Neonatal Therapy National Certification Board
New Neonatal Therapy National Certification Board (NTNCB) launched.
NEW - NICE Quality Standard - Bronchiolitis in Children
Bronchiolitis in Children (QS122) has now been published by NICE
Disability Sport Newsletter for Paediatric Physiotherapists
APCP is working in partnership with EFDS, CP Sport and Wheelpower to promote disability sport and to support members in encouraging children and young people to be active for life.
ACPPLD Leaflet - A guide for physios not specialising in learning disabilities
NEW PUBLICATION - Challenging Behaviour: A Unified Approach - Update (April 2016)
Report from the Faculties of Intellectual Disability of the Royal College of Psychiatrists and the British Psychological Society on behalf of the Learning Disabilities Professional Senate
APCP Chair Promotes the Role of Physiotherapy in Hemiplegia
'Physiotherapy can't cure hemiplegia but it can certainly have a most important role in improving individual outcomes by encouraging function, activity and participation'
Statement on restrictive physical interventions with children
The Challenging Behaviour Foundation has published a statement on restrictive physical interventions on children.
NICE Social Care Guidance - Transition from children's to adult's services
Young people who are moving from children's to adults' services should be placed at the heart of decisions about their care, NICE says.