September

Aged care

The increasing prevalence of dementia highlights the importance of patients having access to the full range of treatments to improve quality of life. Physiotherapists can provide the skills and expertise to help reduce the risk or delay the onset of dementia through exercise interventions, and our feature article delves into the ongoing efforts to build an evidence base in favour of increased exercise for aged care residents within a rigid funding system.

ALSO INSIDE

Keren Faulkner, FACP, manager of the Australian Paralympic Committee physical therapies team, on the role of physiotherapists before and during the Paralympics; and Cherie Wells, APAM, discusses her PRF-funded study into the readiness of new graduate physiotherapists for private practice.

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Marko Stechiwskyj
Managing Editor
inmotion@physiotherapy.asn.au



































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