Curriculares VeBID Manual32 International Bobath Instructors Training Association An international association for adult neurological rehabilitation I B I T A Page 1 3 3 Basic Course Core Curriculum 12 October 2016 Core Curriculum for the Basic Course on the Evaluation and Treatment of Adults with Neurological Conditions The Bobath Concept Introduction The following is an outline of the core curriculum for the Basic Bobath course The Evaluation and Treatment of Adults with Neurological Conditions The Bobath Concept This content reflects those subjects that according to the Education Committee must be included in the Basic Bobath course The core curriculum includes 4 key aspects Theoretical Practical Self Directed Learning and Optional components The instructor must integrate all aspects of the curriculum enabling the course participant to develop their clinical reasoning process with respect to the Bobath concept Hallmarks of the learning experience on a Basic Bobath course also enables the development of specific handling and facilitation skills and include Instructor led patient demonstrations Course participant led patient workshops Instructor supervised patient sessions It is up to the individual instructor to select the style of presentation that is most appropriate to the learning style of the course participants his her own preferred style of presentation and the needs of the group Similarly the order of presentation is variable although certain subjects will logically precede others The core material occupies approximately 105 hours of the course minimum of 110 The remaining hours as identified in the Optional Components allow emphasis on specific areas according to the needs of the group and or the instructor s own specific areas of interest or expertise THEORETICAL COMPONENTS Introduction ICF Model of Bobath Clinical Practice MBCP Applied Neurophysiology o Neural Organization o Descending systems o Ascending systems o Integrated motor behaviour o Cerebellum Basal Ganglia Thalamus o Neuromuscular plasticity o Movement Dysfunction Motor Control and Motor Learning Outcome Measures Postural Control Locomotion Upper Limb and Hand

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