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By improving quality of movement and performance, the on site physiotherapy team helps to increase confidence and self esteem, as well as to develop increased independence.

Students are helped to improve their sensory awareness, balance and coordination skills, to strengthen and mobilise and to increase the range of movement.

The physiotherapy team assess the needs of each student and provide tailored programmes and specific equipment in conjunction with the occupational therapy team.

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Quote Icon My son is a changed person. He never wanted to engage with staff or his peers, often he was non compliant and would not interact in social activities or undertake tasks. He is now so much more proactive, he has learnt home skills where he undertakes tasks using his own initiative either with minimum prompting or totally unsupported.

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  St. Piers College is part of Young Epilepsy. Young Epilepsy is the operating name of The National Centre for Young People with Epilepsy Charitable Trust.

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