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Supporting disabled children to gain greater independence

Join the Movement


Would you like to support disabled children and disabled people with complex needs to gain greater independence?

The Move Programme from Enham Trust offers a framework for both professionals and parents working with disabled children and disabled people with complex needs of all ages; aiming to gain greater independence through functional mobility.

We believe in collaborative working; bringing care and support services together for the benefit of the disabled people we support, whilst placing a structure around work that is already taking place.

Join the Movement

Our Move Practitioner training is available to anyone working with people who have physical disabilities and complex needs including; therapists, teachers, carers, and parents.

There are 2 levels of training for the Move Programme from Enham Trust:

Senior Practitioner Training

This level of training provides a detailed, in-house training course over 2 days on how to implement the six steps of the Move Programme in a school or centre.

A senior practitioner can take the lead for The Move Programme within a setting and co-ordinate its use. They can guide others on what to do and organise team meetings for assessment or maintain assessment profiles and records of progress.

Upon completion, participants will receive a Professional Development Certificate plus a Practitioner’s Guide to support our newly trained Practitioners as they use the Programme.

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Trainer Training

This level of training provides those who have been practicing the Move Programme for a minimum of a year with the skills they need to train other Move Practitioners within their school or centre.

Over a 3 day course, participants will learn how to deliver Senior Practitioner Training to the others around them, ensuring the sustainability and promotion of the programme.

This training would enable people to lead awareness courses or train Senior Practitioners within their own setting.

A trainer would have been a Senior Practitioner for not less than one year, gaining a working knowledge of supporting disabled children and disabled people with complex needs on The Move Programme, and as part of a multi-disciplinary team.

Their working knowledge and higher level of training would make them well suited to taking the lead as a coordinator of The Move Programme in their setting.

If you would like to join our Movement and become a Move Senior Practitioner – ensuring children and adults with disabilities and complex needs can live as independently as possible – please contact us to start your journey.

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Upcoming Move Training Dates

We can deliver bespoke training sessions at your school at any time of the year. 

If you only have one or two members of staff to train we understand this may not be viable. So we also hold open training sessions throughout the year. 

Find our open training session dates

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