- Benefits of Rebound Therapy
- Trampoline handling and safety
- Risk assessment
- Development of programmes for students with varying needs
- Communication and cross curricular teaching opportunities
- Use of development and reward programme
- How to accurately measure and record progress.
- When: 8th & 9th Of April 2020 (Course Cancelled Due To Lockdown, A New Date Will Be Confirmed Shortly)
- Where: Pinetown Gym
— Online Course —
You can gain an internationally approved and accredited coaching qualification from your garden. if you have a trampoline in your garden, you can use this extra time at home very productively. Rebound Therapy is the use of a trampoline to provide therapeutic exercise for children and adults across a wide range of additional needs and disabilities.
ReboundTherapy.org are responsible for the development and delivery of the training courses, and because of the current situation, they are making their training courses available as an online distance learning programme with full email, phone and Facetime video tutoring.
For full information please click on this link: https://reboundtherapy.org/other/rt-za-online
Need To Know More?
What is Rebound Therapy?
In addition to the benefits listed above, Rebound Therapy is an ideal vehicle for cross curricular teaching activities supporting numeracy, literacy, sequencing, positioning, communication and consideration of others. Working on a trampoline is intrinsically motivating and enjoyable and returns high value in therapeutic terms for the time and effort involved. Rebound Therapy is fun, gives confidence through movement, develops fitness and a sense of well-being. Targets and goals are set and a participant’s progress is measured and recorded using the Huddersfield Functional Index programme.
So why the Trampoline?
How can I become a Practitioner?
Who can be trained to be a Rebound Therapy practitioner?
Gymnasts, trampoline coaches
Rehabilitation workers and carers
Who is Rebound Therapy designed for?
In the United Kingdom, Rebound Therapy is popular in both special needs schools and mainstream schools that have a special needs unit.
Participants include all ages and range from mild to severe physical disabilities. Participants have varying needs from mild to profound and multiple learning disabilities including sensory impairment and autistic spectrum.