PD Boot Camp 'Living Well with Parkinson's' is back for 2019
Back by popular demand, the next PD Boot Camp is scheduled for 20th - 24th May with bookings being taken now.
The course for those in the early stages of the disease who want to slow the progression of their symptoms though a therapeutic approach, aims to target specific problems whilst educating participants with an interactive program of discussions, classes and workshops, led by a team of specialist rehabilitation professionals.
2018 participant feedback: "Overall this has been excellent. I now see PD as a complex issue that needs to be attacked on lots of levels with a positive approach!"
"Everyone staff & group welcoming and encouraging. Positive way forward"
"I think it fills a real gap in NHS provision - where this sort of detailed and practical information is often lacking".
"Good value given the quality of the presentations and knowledge of the presenters"
Hobbs Rehabilitation has unveiled its new bespoke Older People Service for older people and those living with dementia.
The new venture includes a specialist dementia service which offers a combined Neuropsychology and Occupational Therapy assessment with ongoing support, advice and recommendations for people living with dementia and their families. For more information, see our Press Release.
The first UK PD Boot Camp 'Living Well with Parkinson's' launches this May 14-18th, in partnership with the fantastic Parkinson's.Me charity.
Running for 1 week, the programme is packed with practical workshops, discussions and information from leading professionals. Press Release
For more information please see our leaflet.
Winchester MP Steve Brine visits Hobbs and sees the life-changing affects of rehabilitation as part of the CSP Rehab Matters campaign. Press Release.
Hobbs South West launches Children's Services plus a brand new 2 bedroom flat for intensive inpatient rehab Press Release
Professional Excellence Award
Life After Stroke Awards 2015 Press Release
Karen Middleton visit to Hobbs
Chief Executive of the CSP (Chartered Society of Pysiotherapy) visit to Hobbs Winchester Press Release