EfS – Association of Activity Limitations and Lower-Limb Explosive Extensor Power in Ambulatory People With Stroke 2008
Association of Activity Limitations and Lower-Limb Explosive Extensor Power in Ambulatory People With Stroke
Saunders et al. Arch Phys Med. 2008.
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FREE 3 month trial of the ACTIVE AGING COMMUNITY CENTRE Human Kinetics are offering a free trial to go online and join the AACC. The offer applies to all LLT students and the instructions to gain free access are set out in a document you can download from here. The AACC has some excellent resources,…
Susie Dinan and colleagues at Camden and Islington PCT put together a resource for people wanting to set up or quality assure falls prevention exercise sessions. This resource has been made available freely so that you can adapt it for your own setting. Click here to download.
This paper by Allen et al, in Physiotherapy, describes the use of CBE leaders within a falls prevention service. Click here to read.
This article, in Nursing Older People, describes the falls services in Weymouth and Portland and the use of CBE leaders within that service. To view the article, click here.
Physical activity trainers from the four Health and Social Services Boards participated in a pilot of the Leicester College Chair-based Exercise Leadership course (the LLT CBE course). The evaluation that follows is a summary of their feedback from the two day training course, which took place on 11 and 12 June 2002. Participants were assessed…
Dawn Skelton, in 1996, published a paper in Physiotherapy describing a 12 week controlled trial of seated strength, flexibility and stamina training with women aged 75 and over with multiple conditions and co-morbidities. The results were astounding. The programme, designed with Susie Dinan, forms the main exercises in the LLT Chair Based Exercise Leaders course.…