www.CarleenLindseyPT.com – Exercise sheets (pdf), information re: direct treatment, continuing ed ed courses (Geriatric Exercise, Osteoporosis, Manual Therapy)
National Blueprint: Increasing Physical Activity Among Adults aged 50 and Older www.FirstStepToActiveHealth.com . Collaboration of private and professional sectors. Therapists, physicians, and researchers developed and refined the document.
PubMed:http://www4.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/PubMed/. Enter any topic of interest in “search” and a list will appear. If you click the pulldown menu for “display”, click “abstract” and then click the word “display”, the full abstracts will be displayed.
American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) https://www.apta.org/. Enter any topic of interest in “search” and a list of references 0 will appear for that topic specifically oriented toward physical therapy orientation on the issue. “Open Door” – full text article service available to members only (login, click on “Research.”)
Geriatrics Section APTA http://geriatricspt.org/. Includes links to both the Osteoporosis Special Interest group and the Balance and Falls Special Interest group.
American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA)http://www.aota.org/Enter any topic of interest in “search” and a list of references will appear for that topic specifically oriented toward occupational therapy orientation on the issue.
The Rehabilitation Research and Training Center on Aging with Developmental Disabilities: Variety of resources to promote healthy aging for persons with intellectual disabilities.
National Osteoporosis Foundation http://NOF.org. Sponsored the U Conn Health Center authored Boning Up patient care booklet. Created many brochures and one “up-tempo” exercise video.
The Connecticut Collaboration for Fall Preventionhttp://www.fallprevention.org/ Stroke – sponsored by the American Heart Association http://stroke.ahajournals.org . Browse and search out articles covering all aspects of stroke research.
Older Womens’ Health http://www.4woman.org/owh/older.htm . US Dept of Health and Human Services. OWH works to promote older women’s health through programs and activities related to wellness after menopause.