Delivering Online Activity and Exercise Programs to People with Neurological Conditions
This is a CPNG event
|Presenter Details||Professor Susan Coote is a physiotherapist specialising in neurological rehabilitation. She leads the MS Research team at UL and has over 70 publications and over €1.5m of grant funding. Her research aim is to reduce symptom severity and increase quality of life for people living with neurological conditions in the community. The themes of her research include Exercise and Physiotherapy interventions, Education and Exercise to maintain a lifelong physical activity habit, Falls prevention assessment and intervention and Technology in Rehabilitation. She currently is working to implement her research findings into the HSE and Community practice. The Active Neuro s funded by the Slaintecare Integration Fund and aims to to employ an integrated care approach to delivering health promoting physical activity programmes for adults with neurological conditions in the community in CHO Area 3.|
|How to Book||Book Online|
|Contact Person||Kate Bradley|
|Date||23 Jun 2021 19:00 - 23 Jun 2021 21:00|
To develop an understanding of the process and person associated outcomes achieved through establishment and delivery of an online activity program for people with neurological conditions.