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Backward chaining: Approaches, and evidence based exercise programmes to reduce falls

Please note the East region day is fully booked

Bex Townley, an exercise Specialist, Director and tutor of Late Life Training

& Kate Bennett, Clinical Lead Physiotherapist, AGILE Chair

An interactive study day of lectures and practical workshops to build knowledge of Backward chaining (part of the evidence base for FaME) and exercise training to reduce falls within our populations. Kate Bennett will be supporting Bex from a physiotherapy perspective

Pre course reading will be supplied for participants

This interactive study day will use lectures and practical workshops to:

  • Enable participants to consider if Backward chaining should be included in rehabilitation programs for frail older people at risk of falls.
  • Provide participants an opportunity to build their knowledge of Backward chaining
  • Provide participants with practical knowledge of implementation, analysis  and progression of Backward chaining
  • Provide participants with an insight/refresh of FaME exercise program and exercise training principles


Where & When

1 Jul 2018
St Thomas' Hospital
Westminster Bridge Road Lambeth
London SE1 7EH
1 Sep 2018
The Day Hospital at Buccleuch Lodge
Elizabeth Slinger Road West Didsbury
Manchester M20 2XA
29 Sep 2018
West Region
6 Oct 2018
Physiotherapy department of Meadowlands
Stockmans Lane Musgrave Park Hospital.
Belfast BT9 7JB


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