Sue Scott, author of ABLE Bodies Balance Training, discusses her book and how readers may use it in designing their own balance training programs for older adults. Sue Scott is the author of ABLE Bodies Balance Training. Sue Scott, MS, is an exercise consultant, balance specialist, and active living consultant.
Sue Scott, author of ABLE Bodies Balance Training, discusses important issues to consider when working with elderly individuals. Sue Scott is the author of ABLE Bodies Balance Training. Sue Scott, MS, is an exercise consultant, balance specialist, and active living consultant.
Sue Scott is a personal trainer, writer, educator, and consultant specializing in older or frail adults and Parkinson’s disease. In 2005, Sue developed ABLE Bodies, a comprehensive, multimodal balance training program for older adults. In 2008, Sue wrote ABLE Bodies Balance Training, which features more than 100 activities to improve balance in older adults.
Sue Scott, MS, is an exercise consultant, balance specialist, and active living consultant. She is certified as an American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) health and fitness instructor and an International Dance Exercise Association(IDEA) master trainer. Scott is the creator of the Adventures in Better Living through Exercise (ABLE) Bodies Balance Improvement Protocols.
The “Smell the Coffee” activity is a fun, quick, and easy activity that marries deep breathing and a natural back-lengthening movement. For this activity, it’s the smells of fresh-brewed morning coffee that participants want to find. Share some of your own favorite smells or smell memories.
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Aerobic, Think BIG, and HELP PD improve motor skills and activities of daily living; help preserve and protect brain function; and improve quality of life for patients. Many of these ideas can be readily incorporated into existing PD exercise programs to improve daily function and quality of life for PD patients. This article introduces three exciting new approaches using exercise as treatment for PD: Aerobic, Think BIG, and HELP PD.