Hugh Jolly Memorial Lecture and Afternoon Workshop
NAHPS are pleased to announce the details for 2018 Hugh Jolly Workshops and Evening Lecture event which will take place on
14th November 2018
£35 for NAHPS members
£45 for non-members
Afternoon Workshops (please book using the below booking form and pay via PayPal above)
1:30pm – 5pm
Afternoon Workshops @ The Wesley Hotel, 81 – 103 Euston Street, London, NW1 2EZ
HPSET Registration and your license to practice;
an update and workshop on the rationale for change.
This is highly topical as more managers are now contacting HPSET to check on the registration status of their play staff. Come along to find out first-hand, what the process involves.
‘Super Hero Suzie & Steve Project’
Tracey Lole, Health Play Specialist at the Children’s Community Team in Warwickshire
In partnership with Roald Dahl’s Marvellous Children’s Charity and the Burdett Trust for Nursing
The aim of this project is to help young children with Juvenile Arthritis to cope with their very painful injections. The Superhero Kit which includes a book, cape and a doll helps the children to understand their condition and treatment and helps reduce their fear and makes it a better experience for the child and family.
Children with Juvenile Arthritis are subject to very painful injections and with, the condition often hidden, the children can struggle to understand why they need to go through this pain. This project has created a unique Superhero Kit consisting of story book, a superhero cape and a male or female doll. The book helps the children to better understand how their treatment works and of its benefits. The doll represents the character in the book, and it can be used as a learning aid, a representation of the child to help them express their own feelings and concerns and it can be used as a comfort aid. The cape can only be worn during injections when the child becomes a superhero. The project developed the kit and then tested it with a few children.
Hugh Jolly Evening Lecture (no need to book)
6pm – 7pm
Evening Lecture@ UCLH, Education Centre, 1st Floor, 250 Euston Road, London, NW1 2PB
Angela Horsley. Head of Children, Young People and Transition NHS Improvement will present her findings from the recently completed review of CQC reasoning for rating children’s services which require improvement.
Angela is a former Chief Children’s Nurse for England as is fully conversant with the role of the Health Play Specialist. The results of her work will be of real interest to the profession.
Places are strictly limited so book now.