DAY I Movement awareness/communication

  • Exercises in spontaneous movement behaviour with different emotions
  • Exercise in verbal and non-verbal communication
  • Home work: practical exercises with patients or providers at the workplace, reflect on the outcome

Summary and mental training.

DAY II Movement awareness/communication

  • Feed-back on the homework
  • Refresher and deepening of movements without and with disability
  • Exercises in how we use our hands and how we use technic
  • Home work: as day I, but through observing, refelcting how I, patients and providers use their hands.

Summary and meditation.

DAY III Basic Body Awareness (BK)

  • Feed-back
  • Theory/practice related to trust/ responsibility, exercises in BK
  • Patient case if possible
  • Pedagogy, learning and goal
  • Home work: as day 1 and 2, written suggetions and layout of an education for health care providers.p

Summary and Basic Body Awareness

DAY IV Change/habit

  • Feed back
  • Change and habit in patient transfer related to research and education
  • Discussion about design, content, goal and evaluation of transfer training

Summary of the course

DAY V Further development of the course in the clinic

  • Education in the clinic
  • Feed-back from DAY IV
  • Summary

Number of participants: 8-14 depending on the number of beds. Four to six beds need to be available, 2-4 wheel chairs, 2 walkers, 2 high walker and about 10 chairs without armrests. Course material and course certificate are included.