A community-based exercise and education scheme for stroke survivors: a randomized controlled trial and economic evaluation 2010
A community-based exercise and education scheme for stroke survivors: a randomized controlled trial and economic evaluation
Harrington et al. Clin Rehabil. 2010.
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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.
Esterbrooks et al, published a qualitative research project in JAPA considering older people views of leadership in physical activity and exercise sessions. Click here to download.
Physical Activity in Later Life: Further Analysis of the Allied Dunbar National Fitness Survey and the Health Education Authority Survey of Activity and Health. Skelton DA, Young A, Walker A, Hoinville E. Health Education Authority, The Stationary Office, London. 1999. Click here to download.
Interventions to prevent accidental falls among older people. Skelton DA, Todd C. World Health Organisation Health Evidence Network Document. 2004.
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Article – How can the Primary Care Team help Older People stay active and maintain independence? (2006)
How can the Primary Care Team help Older People stay active and maintain independence? Skelton DA. Update (GPs) Feb: 78-81, 2006. .This can be viewed as a PDF