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An Introduction to the MOVE Programme

In this webinar, we are joined by Emma Dyer from the MOVE Programme, who will discuss:

  • The MOVE ethos and aims of the programme
  • Benefits of using MOVE and mini MOVE
  • Typical 'MOVE journey' for a special school

The MOVE Programme is an activity-based practice that enables disabled young people to gain independent movement. It uses the combined approach of education, therapy and family knowledge to teach the skills of sitting, standing, walking and transitioning between. The aim of the MOVE Programme is to offer these movement opportunities to disabled people, opening up and transforming the world around them and creating an accessible, interesting and educational world full of opportunity and choice.

Emma Dyer is the Relationship and Development Lead for MOVE Europe, working with both mainstream and SEN schools across the UK. Her background is in the Early Years sector with an MSc in Psychology. 

Emma will be joined by Anke Bailie, who was a paediatric physiotherapist for nearly 40 years, primarily based in Special Schools. Now, following her retirement, she works as a MOVE Coordinator at Oaklands School.  Anke also regularly delivers MOVE Practitioners and Trainers courses in UK and abroad.

We are very pleased to have Emma and Anke joining us for this webinar and you will be able to ask any questions you have on implementing the MOVE programme within a school setting.

Duration: 1 hour

The webinar will be in English. You will be able to ask the speaker questions.


📅 4th July 2022
🕚 4 - 5 pm GMT
📍 ZOOM Webinar