Gait Training and Dementia by A/Prof James McLoughlin

James McLoughlin is an Associate Professor at Flinders University in Bedford Park in Adelaide. He has a Bachelor of Applied Science (Physio), a MSc(Clinical Neuroscience), and a PhD, and is an experienced neurological physiotherapist and Director of Advanced Neuro Rehab in South Australia, a neurological and vestibular rehabilitation clinic. James is passionate in promoting best practice for people with neurological & vestibular conditions. He is also my neurophysiotherapist! His other presentation on the DAI YouTube channel is on Rehabilitation and Dementia. This webinar presentation is part of the DAI monthly free webinar series, which I highly recommend attending. The next DAI webinar is with guest speaker Dr. Kozhi Sidney Makai, Disrupted! Resiliently Reintegrating After Stress & Adversity. You can register here.

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