Posted on 13th January 2020 at 14:23
Posts tagged “Health and Wellbeing”
Posted on 30th January 2019 at 15:08
Being Heard research 'Danny, the Champion of the World' a 1975 book written by Roald Dahl.
Our 'Being Heard' Musical Choir group here at Cerebral Palsy Midlands consists of thirteen members. It's the largest group activity in our centre.
They are currently working on 'Danny, Champion of the World' as part of research for this years musical production in September 2019. Once they have read the book they will start to write and direct songs they can sing along to. Many of their productions have around eight songs along with narration, that the group have created, together with Musical Director and tutor Richard Ganner.
Posted on 29th March 2018 at 13:53
Hello, I am Luke Brennan from Queen Alexandra College (a specialist college for disabled students). I came to Cerebral Palsy Midlands for work experience placement.
As I am a sports student and a fully qualified FA Level 1 coach, I was given the task to see what new sports clients wanted to do in the centre. I put together a questionnaire for clients to fill in and spoke to people about what activities they would like to see happening at the centre.
The questionnaire included sports such as boccia, skittles, an obstacle course, table cricket, kurling, target practice, table tennis and archery.
Posted on 16th June 2017 at 10:06
Today as part of our ‘Looking Forward’ parent and carer group here at Cerebral Palsy Midlands (CPM), we had the pleasure of welcoming a lovely woman called Nora Ma, founder of ‘Envolve Wellness’, to our centre and she have us a taster session in boxerciSEN. BoxerciSEN is a simple boxing class that works with both children and adults who have disabilities.
Boxersice is a form of physical exercise which is based on a sequence of movements that are tailored to each person’s needs and range of movement and ability. Nora was fantastic in her teaching and her approach to the people here at CPM, she could adapt her techniques and style to each individual’s needs.
Posted on 8th February 2017 at 15:14
The Cadbury Foundation have donated £3,000 to make a real difference and support a local Birmingham charity Cerebral Palsy Midlands (CPM) with their health and wellbeing development for adults with substantial or critical need. Mondelez International employee Malcolm Lilly, daughter of Victoria Lilly who attends the centre, nominated CPM for the Cadbury Foundation grant as a worthwhile charity close to his heart.