5555 California Ave., Ste. 302
Bakersfield, CA 93309 USA
PH 800-397-MOVE(6683) or
What is MOVE?
To improve the overall quality of life for people with disabilities and for the people who care for them, regardless of age or cause of disability. MOVE International promotes fuller participation in home, school, work and community life to encourage the dignity and hope such participation brings to each individual.
The mission statement is founded in the belief that the ability to move is the first foundation stone in building personal dignity.
MOVE originated in the 1980s in the
Kern County Superintendent of Schools in Bakersfield,
California. MOVE is used in school districts and other
facilities/organizations throughout the United States and many foreign
MOVE (Mobility Opportunities Via Education/Experience) provides opportunities for children and adults with severe disabilities to improve skills (and independence) to sit, stand, walk and transition while participating in everyday activities of daily living in classrooms, care facilities and homes. This is achieved through instruction and the use of adaptive equipment.
Basic Provider training is for anyone that works with a child or adult with motor disabilities, i.e. teacher, therapist, aide, nurse, parent/guardian, care provider
Basic Provider training includes:
A two-day MOVE Basic Provider training can be set up in your area. For more information contact Julie Sues-Delaney, PT, Program Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org
"Big Strides Through Small Steps"
"Kelly Profile Video"
MOVE Toileting Care