Handi-Challenge 2019

Handi-Challenge 2019

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Morges Handi-Challenge 2019:

The 3rd edition of The first public race for people with disabilities

Supported by the City of Morges, the Handi-Challenge 2019 aims to highlight the sporting achievements of all children and adults with any disability.

  • 1 day
  • 6 types of racing
  • 1 concert to make the day a real party!

May the day be a real sports celebration of the Olympic values: to exceed its limits while keeping in mind that the important thing is to participate!

With the support of

Plus d’informations

www.handi-challenge.org
+41764148898
contact@handi-capable.org

TalkTools® in Lausanne : Therapy & Evaluation

TalkTools® in Lausanne : Therapy & Evaluation

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TalkTools in Lausanne : Therapy & Evaluation

We are pleased to announce that Helen will be coming back for more informative Talk Tools evaluations with our Handi-Capable children.
TalkTools sessions will be held at Ibis Crissier on November the 28th, 29th, 30th and December the 1st, 2019.
Should you like more information on the method or how to get you and your family involved, please do not hesitate to contact us.

www.handi-capable.org
+41764148898
contact@handi-capable.org

Method CME

Method CME

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After allowing many children to participate in TalkTools workshops, Handi-Capable is excited to give some children and their families the opportunity to discover different types of physical exercises in the motor rehabilitation method”CME”. This method was initiated in Chile by physiotherapist Ramon Cuevas more than 40 years ago.

From February 11 to 22, 2019, at the IBIS hotel in Crissier, around 10 children will be able to participate in a specific program given by Jacira Guesser Kruger, CME level 3 physiotherapist since 2014. Jacira currently works alongside Ramon Cuevas in Santiago, Chile.

The CME method

This method of motor rehabilitation has been developed in Chile by Ramon Cuveas, a physiotherapist, since the early 1970s. This method is called Cuevas Medek Exercices. Medek being the Spanish acronym for “dynamic method of motor stimulation”.

This method is intended for children with non-degenerative motor development disorders. It consists of the regular exercise scheduled by the practitioner according to the potential of the child. This method is based on the principle that the brain has the ability to bypass existing lesions to create new learning paths.

A physiotherapy table and a set of boxes are used. Exercises taught around the child allow him to reproduce them at home.

Information and registration with Maggie Goudy: contact@handi-capable.org or 076.414.88.98.
More info on the CME  method: www.cuevasmedek.com
contact@handi-capable.org
+41 (0)76 414 88 98