Resources

To support our mission to serve as the international resource for physical therapists working with older people, we are building resources here for ongoing knowledge exchange and professional development.

Choose the Topic of Interest (in green) to show items specific to the topic you wish to explore.

 

You also can find a list of the Open Access Geriatric Journals below.

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Exercises at Home for Older Adults

A team of physiotherapists from around Australia, with clinical and academic expertise in exercise and other forms of ph...

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APA: safe exercises at home for older people

A team of physiotherapists from around Australia, with clinical and academic expertise in exercise and other forms of ph...

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APTA Geriatrics - Exercise Recommendations for Older Adults

Table of recommendations for exercise for older adults. These recommendations are based on the best available scientific...

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Exercices and Physical Activity during COVID19

IPTOP has compiled this resource to help you with promoting physical activity and exercise with older adults.

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IPTOP Exercise Resources during Covid-19

IPTOP has gathered information to support members during the COVID19 pandemic.

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National Institute on Aging

NIA, one of the 27 Institutes and Centers of NIH, leads a broad scientific effort to understand the nature of aging and ...

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Otago Exercise Programme

The Otago Exercise Programme, was developed and validated by Dr. John Campbell and Dr. Clare Robertson at the University...

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Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis – JAMA Februari 1, 2024

Physical activity is associated with the risk for cognitive decline, but much of the evidence in this domain comes from ...

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Physical Activity for People with Dementia - text

Understanding why people with dementia do or don’t stay physically active following their diagnosis: – Is st...

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Train Program

MACQUARIE University – Sydney, Australia A clinician’s guide to effective task specific training. (Kate Scri...

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