Diving Further into Hydrotherapy: An Advanced Course at ADI Jerusalem

ADI Jerusalem, in conjunction with Beit Issie Shapiro, is offering a professional enrichment course for hydrotherapists at ADI Jerusalem’s state-of-the-art hydrotherapy pool. The course will focus on autism, emphaszing characteristics, play-encouragement workshops, utilization of alternative communication and more.

Top-ranking professionals in the field are presenting the course, recommended for all therapists and people working in hydrotherapy.

“As one of the leADIng hydrotherapy pools for people with disabilities, it is important for us to continually offer our staff opportunities for professional enrichment,” says Yael Megiddo, director of ADI Jerusalem’s professional hydrotherapy pool. “We are happy to host this important course at our pool and once again emphasize that the course is open to hydrotherapists from all facilities in Jerusalem.”

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