Share a Course: Fallproof! 2nd Edition (Electronic Download)

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Share a Course: Fallproof! 2nd Edition (Electronic Download)
$120.00
Share a Course: Fallproof! 2nd Edition (Electronic Download)
SKU: 810SE

By Debra J. Rose, PhD

Do you already have access to the reading materials and only need the testing materials? Are you planning to Share A Course with someone else who already has the reading materials?

This course is offered in cooperation with Human Kinetics and utilizes the hardback textbook, “Fallproof!, 2nd Ed” by Debra J. Rose, c2010.

The 2nd edition of FallProof! is a practical guide to implementing a multidimensional balance and mobility training program to address the increasing incidence of falls among older adults. This edition is a research-based resource with a range of balance and mobility assessments and detailed instructions on implementing the FallProof! program. The second edition contains everything that made the original edition so popular and the FallProof! program so widely recognized and well received. This book continues to be the only text to address the multiple dimensions that contribute to balance and mobility. This research-based approach has been field tested and has shown considerable success in a range of instructional settings, including community-based and residential care environments.

Order this product and it will be available to you immediately after purchase for electronic download in the “My Downloads” section of your account after you have logged in. The download files will require Adobe Acrobat Reader to open. If you do not have Adobe Acrobat installed, you may download it at no charge from Adobe.com.

Course Length: 12.0 contact hours

Instructional Level: Beginner/Intermediate


This package includes only the testing materials for the course and not the required reading materials.

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Share a Course: Fallproof! 2nd Edition (Electronic Download) SKU: 810SE By Debra J. Rose, PhD Do you already have access to the reading materials and only need the testing materials? Are you planning to Share A Course with someone else who already has the reading materials? This course is offered in cooperation with Human Kinetics and utilizes the hardback textbook, “Fallproof!, 2nd Ed” by Debra J. Rose, c2010. The 2nd edition of FallProof! is a practical guide to implementing a multidimensional balance and mobility training program to address the increasing incidence of falls among older adults. This edition is a research-based resource with a range of balance and mobility assessments and detailed instructions on implementing the FallProof! program. The second edition contains everything that made the original edition so popular and the FallProof! program so widely recognized and well received. This book continues to be the only text to address the multiple dimensions that contribute to balance and mobility. This research-based approach has been field tested and has shown considerable success in a range of instructional settings, including community-based and residential care environments. Order this product and it will be available to you immediately after purchase for electronic download in the “My Downloads” section of your account after you have logged in. The download files will require Adobe Acrobat Reader to open. If you do not have Adobe Acrobat installed, you may download it at no charge from Adobe.com. Course Length: 12.0 contact hours Instructional Level: Beginner/Intermediate This package includes only the testing materials for the course and not the required reading materials. Fallproof!, 2nd Edition Course Goals: This course is intended to instruct the student through self-paced study on the FallProof! balance and mobility program and to educate the students on such topics as: center-of-gravity control training, multisensory training, postural strategy training, strength, endurance and flexibility training for the balance impaired patient. Student Objectives: At the end of this course the student will be able to: 1. Identify important terminology used in the study of balance and mobility 2. Identify the multiple systems that contribute to postural stability 3. Identify the major age-related changes in balance and mobility 4. Identify the intrinsic and extrinsic risk factors contributing to falls among older adults 5. Identify the signs and symptoms associated with common medical conditions evident among older adults 6. Identify and be able to modify balance and mobility activities that are contraindicated or likely to exacerbate symptoms associated with a medical condition 7. Identify categories of medications that produce side effects likely to adversely affect balance and mobility 8. Identify areas in and around the home that are contributing to heightened fall risk 9. Identify which intrinsic risk factors can be eliminated or reduced through targeted exercise programming 10. Identify several tests used to evaluate balance and mobility in older adults 11. Identify the multiple dimensions of balance and mobility 12. Interpret test results and be able to identify underlying impairments 13. Identify how center-of-gravity control influences balance 14. Identify a set of exercise progressions designed to improve center-of-gravity control in seated, standing, and moving task situations 15. Identify how to manipulate the difficulty of a balance activity by altering the task demands or environmental constraints, or both 16. Identify how to manipulate the task demands or the environment, or both, to ensure safety 17. Identify how each of the three sensory systems (i.e., visual, somatosensory, vestibular) contribute to postural control in different sensory environments 18. Identify how the type of sensory system impairment will affect exercise selection and progression 19. Identify a set of exercise progressions designed to improve the use of each of the three sensory systems to control balance 20. Identify the structure of a safe practice environment 21. Identify how the task demands and environmental context influence the type of postural strategy used to maintain or restore balance 22. Identify how to manipulate the challenge of a balance activity by altering the task demands or environmental constraints, or both 23. Identify a set of exercise progressions designed to improve the voluntary and involuntary use of the ankle, hip, and step strategies 24. Identify how to manipulate the task or environmental demands, or both, to ensure a safe practice environment 25. Identify the important phases of the gait cycle and the neural mechanisms that control gait 26. Identify the changes in the gait cycle that are due to age or pathology 27. Identify the characteristics of gait in persons with various medical conditions 28. Identify a set of progressive gait activities designed to help older adults develop a more flexible and efficient gait pattern 29. Identify the contribution of muscle strength to the multiple dimensions of balance and mobility 30. Identify a set of exercise progressions designed to improve upper and lower body muscle strength 31. Identify how to incorporate strength exercises into a balance environment 32. Identify the contribution of joint and muscle flexibility to the multiple dimensions of balance and mobility 33. Identify the age-associated changes in joint and muscle flexibility 34. Identify a set of exercise progressions designed to improve upper and lower body joint and muscle flexibility 35. Identify how to incorporate flexibility exercises into a balance environment 36. Identify and apply basic motor learning principles for optimal participant learning and retention 37. Identify when and how to apply basic motor learning principles based on each participant’s stage of learning 38. Identify tasks and practice environments that progress participants from a more conscious to less conscious control of balance 39. Identify what type of feedback to present at each stage of learning an dhow often is should be presented for optimal learning and transfer 40. Identify how to effectively plan and implement group-based lessons 41. Identify how to effectively manage participants in group-based programs to ensure optimal activity levels and safety 42. Identify how to communicate effectively with participants
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