Posts Tagged Occupational therapy

An LSVT Graduate on board the Neptune for the Ocean Globe Race 2023

The Ocean Globe Race will set sail on September 10th, 2023 with 14 teams from around the world. There is one team that is very special to us here at LSVT with Bertrand Delhom on board the ship Neptune. Follow their journey!

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Changing Lives with Proven Therapies – Today and Tomorrow

Marking 20 years in business can prompt you to take a look back at what you have achieved.  It is also an opportunity to set your sights on what’s next. Read on to discover how our latest offerings are leading LSVT Global into the future.

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LSVT Global Partners with Wibbi to Provide a New Home Exercise Software Solution to LSVT BIG® Clinicians and Patients

Are you an LSVT BIG Certified clinician looking for a new way to motivate your clients with their home exercise programs? Learn about LSVT Global’s new partnership with Wibbi and how you can access a free trial!

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Join us at World Parkinson Congress, Barcelona!

We are looking forward to joining the Parkinson’s community from around the globe at the World Parkinson’s Congress (WPC) in Barcelona July 4-7, 2023. Read on to learn more about LSVT Global specific events and presentations and for links to the World Parkinson Congress program and registration. We hope to see you in Barcelona!

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30 Years of LSVT Training: Empowering Therapists, Transforming Lives!

As we celebrate our 30th anniversary of the first LSVT Training and Certification Course, it is a compelling time to reflect on the origins and impact of our work. Rarely in neurorehabilitation has a treatment approach spanned the depth and breadth of research and global clinical implementation that LSVT Global has achieved. Collectively this work supports our mission of “Changing Lives with Proven Therapies.”

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Calling All Students: Discover the Power of LSVT LOUD® and LSVT BIG® Certification

Did you know that students can get certified in LSVT LOUD® and LSVT BIG®? Get certified now and be ready for your upcoming clinical experiences by taking your skills to the next level!

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Going Back to our Roots: The Role of Habit Training in LSVT BIG®

Eleanor Clarke Slagle, considered to be the “mother” of occupational therapy, proposed habit training as a primary occupational therapy model of treatment based upon the philosophy that engagement in meaningful routines shapes a person’s wellbeing. Learn how current research supports this theory and the role of LSVT BIG as an evidence-based treatment protocol in delivery of “habit training” for people with Parkinson’s disease and other neurological conditions. Intended Audience: Occupational Therapists and Occupational Therapy Assistants

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LSVT Global Partner Spotlight! Carol Walton, The Parkinson Alliance

Learn more about Carol J Walton and the amazing career she has had in raising awareness of Parkinson’s and tirelessly pursuing raising money for research as CEO of The Parkinson Alliance. We here at LSVT Global have truly enjoyed collaborating with you throughout the years and wish you all the best in your new adventure!

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Parkinson Awareness Month 2023: Get Involved!

Explore some ways that you can get involved in supporting Parkinson’s awareness this April. Join us as we get BIG and LOUD with events like these and with others this month and throughout the year!

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Life after LSVT Treatments: Strategies for maintaining improved movement and communication

Are you wondering how you can maintain your gains in movement and/or communication after you complete LSVT BIG or LSVT LOUD? Join LSVT Faculty as they discuss homework resources, tune-up sessions, the LSVT Coach® software program to support in-home LSVT LOUD practice, BIG for LIFE and LOUD for LIFE maintenance classes for LSVT graduates, and our newly launched LSVT for LIFE web-based exercise platform. Learn how to optimize your success during LSVT treatment and maintain your gains for years to come! Intended Audience: Individuals with PD or another neurological condition

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