Webinar - MND101
Thursday 12 December 2019 2:00pm – 3:00pm
An introductory session on Motor Neurone Disease (MND) for Health Professionals. Facilitated by MND Victoria, the training will provide information on MND, its progressive nature, common experiences and challenges faced by people living with MND, as well as strategies and practical advice on how health professionals can best assist. The training will also focus on the role of palliative care in achieving a good quality of life for someone facing a life limiting illness.
Increased awareness of MND and how people live with the condition
Understanding of the importance of care coordination and multidisciplinary care
Appreciation of the importance of quality of life for someone facing a life limiting illness
Spasticity is one of the more common symptoms of progressive neurological conditions. Spasticity can be as mild as the feeling of tightness of muscles or so severe as to produce painful uncontrollable spasms of extremities. Presented by A/Prof Barry Rawicki and Physiotherapist Jacolyn Harris, this webinar is packed with very practical tips and evidence-based research to enhance your practice.
Increased understanding of spasticity
Greater confidence in managing spasticity
Knowledge of physical therapy, nerve phenolisation and use of Botulin Toxin
Knowledge of oral medications
Evidence based physiotherapy interventions for managing spasticity in multiple sclerosis
MS is a registered NDIS Provider Refer your progressive neurological clients to us for pre-planning advice, NDIS education and delivery of NDIS services such as support co-ordination, physiotherapy, continence support, exercise physiology and occupational therapy.