Children with essential tremor

Children with essential tremor

Join us for our Children with Essential Tremor meet-up. Learn about the stages of school based intervention for pupils with additional needs.

  • Introduction to children with essential tremor
  • Stages of school based intervention for pupils with additional needs
    Primary school Head Teacher Jeff Kilner, shares the stages of intervention, the levels of support and Education and Health Care Plan (EHCP).
  • Share experiences with other parents with children with ET
    Kitty Reilly, NTF Trustee & Children's Liaison Officer leads a discussion on experiences and coping tips.

About essential tremor in children
Essential tremor is the most common movement disorder. It causes parts of the body to move in an uncontrolled and repetitive manner, most commonly affecting the arms and hands. It is thought to affect 5% of children.

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Event Details

Event Date 14th Sep 2021 6:30pm
Event End Date 14th Sep 2021 7:30pm
Capacity 100
Registered 21
Available place 79
Cut off date 14th Sep 2021 7:30pm
Individual Price Free
Categories National Tremor Foundation
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