FOOTSTEPS - One of the first in the UK


Wednesday, June 8, 2016

Congrats!

FOOTSTEPS is one of the first rehab centres in the UK offering interactive rehabilitation with the HAPPY REHAB system.

Footsteps was set up in 2004 by Pip Hoyer Millar whose daughter Minty has cerebral palsy. Pip was told Minty would never develop beyond the abilities of a four year old and would never walk independently.

Footsteps has a strong, diverse and enthusiastic team of therapists and administration staff with a variety of skills and experience to support children, young people and their families. Together they make a difference to the life of those affected by disability.

You can see more about the HAPPY REHAB system and the FOOTSTEPS rehab centre here:

HAPPY REHAB: http://iaid.dk/en/happy-rehab

FOOTSTEPS: http://footstepscentre.com/

 

 

Many of the residents at the care home have a dementia diagnosis. They need something that can distract them and is fun. Many of the older residents don’t find exercise bicycles and ordinary training meaningful, and they have a hard time concentrating on these activities. Here Treax Pads are a good alternative

Sonja Dannesboe, Physio therapist, Nursing home "Møllestien"