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  • Writer's pictureShayna Gavin, Splash Principal Physiotherapist

Splash end of year pool party is coming up!

It's time for our end of year pool party again!

Save the date! Sydenham Street Swimming School

Sunday 3rd December 2017

11am - 1pm

We will have:

  • lots of toys in the water

  • underwater cameras for a novel family photo

  • quiet games in the waiting room for those needing a chill out

  • watermelon or similar for snacks

  • the whole pool will be our for the Splash party

  • volunteer physiotherapists and swim teachers to help facilitate the day

  • the Splash team smiling and ready to play!

What you need to do:

  • complete the consent form to RSVP before Friday 24th November by filling in your consent form for everyone who is coming

  • make sure everyone has appropriate bathers (all children’s bathers must have a tight elastic seal on the legs and waist. Talk to us with questions)

  • make sure you have enough adults coming to actively supervise your child/ children to keep them safe (check with us if unsure)

  • any medications you need poolside (eg Ventolin, or jellybeans for diabetes)

  • bring any snacks and drinks you need

  • come ready to play!

We are thrilled to be able to celebrate on this important day

The theme for the 2017 International Day of People with Disability is "Transformation towards sustainable and resilient society for all”, to "leave no one behind" and "empower people with disability to be active contributors of society".

This links in beautifully with Splash Physiotherapy's core purpose to "help babies and children to learn day to day functional activitiesso they can participate in life at home, school, and in the community."

We are looking forward to celebrating with you!

Shayna Gavin is a physiotherapist who is passionate about helping babies, children and young people learn functional skills so they can participate in life at home, school and in their community. Recognising that children do best in their own environments, she visits homes, schools, and leisure activities from football fields to ballet classes. She also has daily aquatic physiotherapy sessions available at two private swimming schools in Moonee Ponds and Greensborough, Melbourne. She combines principles of paediatric physiotherapy, Neuro Developmental Treatment / Bobath, motor learning, Sensory Integration and swimming teaching to address the individual needs of each child and their family. She loves providing professional development to physiotherapists, allied health and education professionals, allied health assistants and swimming teachers.

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