Posts Tagged Research

December Webinar: LSVT LOUD® and LSVT BIG® Year in Review: Research and Clinical Updates in 2020

Join LSVT Global faculty and learn a brief review of the early research behind the development of the LSVT programs followed by a discussion of the most recent research and clinical work in this area.

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Beyond Parkinson’s: Use of Evidence-based LSVT LOUD for Other Movement Disorders, Aging and Children

Learn more about the Use of Evidence-based LSVT LOUD for Other Movement Disorders, Aging and Children.

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LSVT LOUD® Applied to Adults with Cerebral Palsy: Two Single-Subject Studies

Learn more about the application of LSVT LOUD® to Adults with Cerebral Palsy.

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2020 LSVT Global Student Grant Awardees

It is a great honor for LSVT Global to seed future researchers in the fields of speech, physical and occupational therapy. It is our hope that these opportunities will ignite a passion and life-long pursuit of treatment research in these young scholars. Congratulations to all the winners!

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MDS Virtual Conference – LSVT Global’s Posters

LSVT Global shares innovative new research at the MDS Virtual Congress, 2020. Check out our six poster presentations and learn more about the ever-evolving research behind LSVT LOUD and LSVT BIG!

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Research and Clinical Updates in LSVT LOUD and LSVT BIG

Our December 2019 Public Webinar will discuss the most recent research and clinical advances related to intensive behavioral treatment for vocal loudness (LSVT LOUD) and body movement (LSVT BIG) for individuals with Parkinson’s disease and beyond. Read on to find out more information!

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Announcing the 2019 LSVT Global Student Grant Awardees for Occupational Therapy

We congratulate the 2019 occupational therapy student grant recipients! The awardees are conducting exciting research in the areas of Parkinson’s disease and spinal cord injury. Read on to learn about the 2019 winners and our 2020 grant competition!

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Announcing the 2019 LSVT Global Student Grant Awardees for Physical Therapy

We congratulate the 2019 physical therapy student grant recipients! The awardees are conducting exciting research in the areas of Parkinson’s disease and multiple sclerosis. Read on to learn about the 2019 winners and our 2020 grant competition!

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Announcing the 2019 LSVT Global Student Grant Awardees for Speech-Language Pathology

We congratulate the 2019 speech-language pathology student grant recipients! The awardees are conducting exciting speech treatment research in the areas of dyslexia and Parkinson’s disease. Read on to learn about the 2019 winners and our 2020 grant competition!

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Announcing the 2018 LSVT Global Small Student Grant Winners!- Occupational Therapy Awardees

We congratulate the 2018 Occupational Therapy student grant recipients! Each student received a $1,500 small student grant from LSVT Global, to be used during the 2018-2019 academic year. These unrestricted grants provide funding to help support their treatment research projects. Download information about our 2019 Student Grant competition for occupational therapy students here. Letters of Intent are due May 17, 2019.  Domestic and International applications are welcome.  Proposals and Application Due: June 28, 2019 Occupational Therapy Awardees Nataya Branjerdporn Occupational Therapist, PhD Student Queensland Cerebral Palsy and Rehabilitation Research Centre University of Queensland, Australia  “Driving change for infants at high risk of cerebral palsy in low-resource contexts: An innovative community-based parent-delivered early intervention program.”     Significance: Cerebral palsy is the most prevalent physical disability in children around the world and may lead to less favourable occupational performance. Eight in ten children with cerebral palsy are born into low-resource contexts, such as India, where financial hardship and remoteness contribute to difficulties accessing therapies that enable children to participate in meaningful occupations and experience optimal quality of life. A new approach called the Learning through Everyday Activities with Parents (LEAP-CP) program responds to this need by training local mothers to develop therapeuticContinue Reading