The 1st M.A.E.S. Therapy Course in Romania was fully booked and there was a great mix of experienced paediatric Physiotherapists and a Paediatrician, who have come away from this exciting and pioneering Neurodevelopmental course with new knowledge and clinical skills to improve the treatment of children with Cerebral Palsy (CP) and similar neurodevelopmental conditions and also how to engage parents with this during day to day living.
Set in Transylvania in rural Romania, this 4-Week M.A.E.S. Course was organised and made possible by Enikő Sogor, President Prosperitas Vitae Association, and with supportive funding from the Ministry of Human Capacities (Emberi Erőforrások Minisztériuma).
The participants developed a great attitude and approach through learning and practicing closely together during the 4 weeks.
There has been very positive feedback from parents of the children who attended the Practical Sessions during the course
Course Leader Jean-Pierre Maes MCSP was assisted by Rozália Apró Paediatric Physiotherapist, Romania
The course was held at Prosperitas Vitae Association, Early Development Center,
Sânmartin, Csíkszentmárton (Miercurea Ciuc), Harghita County, Transylvania, Romania
Our grateful thanks to Enikő Sogor and Andrea Lazar, for their friendly and efficient hospitality and their colleague Mónika Balló who arranged the children for the Practical Sessions during the course.
‘Movement Analysis & Education Strategies’
for the treatment of children with Cerebral Palsy and similar neuro-developmental conditions
Cerebral Palsy Movement Analysis courses
This 4-Week Course was held during :
Part 1: 2 – 13 September 2019
Part 2: 7 – 18 October 2019
For future course see: https://maestherapy.com/next-maes-therapy-courses/
Prosperitas Vitae Association calls for early childhood development services’ improvement in Romania
Enikő Sógor, President of the Prosperitas Vitae Association, director of the Early Childhood Development and Rehabilitation Center in Csíkszentmárton is working to improve the educational, health and social services for young children. The correction of this life phase’s problems would be a considerable advantage for Romania, as it establishes the basis of the later development and the adult’s health and success.