This year’s conferences are in Glasgow (26th October) and Birmingham (2nd November). The conferences are aimed at all who have attended LLT training over the 15 years we have been in existence, but are also available to anyone who want to know more about LLT training and get a taster of the LLT experience.
These conferences give participants the chance to:
- keep up to date with research and practice.
- network with fellow instructors from a wide range of settings and disciplines.
- meet some top names in the research world in the fields of Falls, Osteoporosis, Sedentary Behaviour, Stroke and Exercise for the Older Person.
- review technique and learn new exercises and strategies to improve practice.
- share successes and troubles.
- meet the LLT team (tutors and office staff).
Key theme for 2019 Conferences;
“Reaching Effective Dose – embracing traditional approaches and technology to increase adherence outside of group sessions.”
Birmingham – 2nd November 2019
Meg Lowry, Principal Physiotherapist at Next Step Physio.
Australian Physiotherapist Meg Lowry is a clinician on a mission to help people better shape their course of ageing. This presentation will explore ways that we can inject more FUN and variety into evidence based exercise programs to promote both enjoyment and adherence to exercise. Presented via Skype, Meg will discuss gameification theory, and with the use of videos she will guide us through practical examples of how we can all gameify strength, balance and cardio exercises. Come to this presentation ready to MOVE because Meg likes to involve the whole audience in an exergame or two!
Professor Peter Gore, Managing Director at ADL Smartcare.
The ADL LifeCurve™ and the importance of true early intervention: What does this look like and how do we deliver it?” The ADL LifeCurve™ is a tool developed by ADL Research and Newcastle University’s Institute for Ageing which is used to map age related functional decline. It provides a framework for understanding the most appropriate stage to intervene and which interventions are most effective. Research has shown that people lose the ability to do Activities of Daily Living in a particular order. By understanding this, we can intervene at the right time to achieve compression of functional decline and increase healthy life expectancy. The right kind of exercise has a crucial role to play in this.
We have kept the cost for the attendance the same as last year. The conference places will be allocated on a first come first served basis. The cost covers registration, your conference pack (bag, pen, programme and handouts), password to the post-conference webpages and a buffet lunch.
The conference attendence fee is £160 + VAT (£192)
We can either accept a card payment or we can send you (an individual attending the conference) an invoice for you to pay by cheque/BACS and then you can reclaim from your funder. After payment has been recieved you will recieve a PAID RECEIPT, which you can then use to claim from your PCT/Council/Employer.
LLT members will receive a 10% discount off the total cost of the conference. If you’re not already a member, contact the LLT office to find out about joining and receive this great offer.
This years conference has been endorsed by PD:Approval, and carries 2 REPS points.
Directions to thestudio… Birmingham
For Satnav users, please use B2 5EP – please note there is no on-site parking.
From the North via M6
Leave the M6 at jct 6 (signposted Birmingham East and Central) then follow the A38(M) for approx 2 miles. Continue forward onto A38 but keep left (do not go over the first flyover) and turn off A38 (signposted Bull Ring Shopping). At the roundabout take the first exit past the fire station. Follow James Watt Queensway for a quarter of a mile and turn right (signposted High Street parking) Follow Dale End and High Street Car Park Entrance on the left hand side.
From London and the South East via M40
At Jct 3A of the M40 take theleft hand lane and Join the M42(N) Exit the M42 at Jct 4. Take the second exit at the roundabout and follow A34 (Stratford Road) towards Birmingham for approx 9 miles. At the Camp Hill Circus roundabout take the second exit straight on and follow the B4100 past the Renault garage on the left up through Digbeth. The road bears left and right then passes St Martins Church, keep Bull Ring on your left and turn left onto Moat Lane. The road immediately bears to the right, stay in the left lane and take the second left onto Albert Street, High Street Car Park is immediately in front of you.
From the South West via M5
Leave the M5 at junction 1, turn right, the 4th exit, A41 Birmingham Road. Follow the A41 for three miles then keep left avoiding the flyover and at Holloway Head Roundabout take the ring road signposted A38(M) Go straight over first roundabout then turn right following signs for City Centre and Bull Ring Parking, Children’s Hospital. Follow New Town Row, keeping on the right to go under Lancaster Circus underpass. Follow James Watt Queensway for a quarter of a mile and turn right (signposted High Street parking) Follow Dale End and High Street Car Park Entrance on the left hand side.
As we are a city centre venue we don’t have any onsite parking, fortunately we are able to give discounted rates at NCP High Street, postcode B4 7LN. This is around 10 minutes walk from thestudio.
To obtain discounted parking at the NCP car park simply ask for an NCP validation ticket for High Street car park at thestudio reception. When you are ready to exit the car park, simply insert your original parking ticket into the payment machines along with the validation ticket to activate the discount. The maximum day rate will be then be reduced to around £9.50 for up to 24 hours and £5.10 for up to 13hrs in NCP High Street.
There are three railway stations within walking distance of thestudio: Birmingham New Street, Snow Hill and Moor Street. New Street Station is just two minutes walk from thestudio.
Walking from New Street Station – 2 minutes
Exit the North exit ‘Stephenson Street’ or ‘New Street entrance’ and head up Lower Temple street past Caffé Nero. Turn right at Starbucks and continue down New Street (Tesco on your left). Cannon Street is the second street on the left, thestudio is half way along Cannon Street on the right hand side.
Walking from High Street NCP Car Park – 6 minutes
Exit the car park, turn left and walk down Dale End. Turn right opposite Marks & Spencer’s and head up Union Street, continue until you cross Corporation Street. Cannon Street is the first on the left, thestudio is halfway down Cannon Street on the left hand side.
Walking from The Mailbox Car Park – 8 Minutes
Exit the car park at the front entrance and cross under the flyover and continue along Navigation Street. Cross over Hill Street at the traffic lights and continue to the entrance of New Street Train Station. Cross Navigation Street next to the train station entrance but continue along Navigation street until you get to Diesel on the left, turn left here and then right at Tesco. Cannon Street is the second road on the left and thestudio is halfway up on the right.
Please find a link to accommodation recommended by the venues, thestudio…Birmingham. Please contact the hotel direct to organise any accommodation you may require. In the event that the hotel is fully booked there are a number of other hotels close by. Unfortunately LLT are not able to arrange accommodation on your behalf, we know you will find the best accommodation for your purposes.