This is the 5th in a 5 part series on Exercise, Sports and Participation in the NDIA context. This lecture will focus on athletics & frame running for all abilities and will provide an overview of focusing on the role Physiotherapists play in athletics and frame running.
Louise Daniels, APAM, is a senior Physiotherapist at Kids Plus Foundation. She has worked in paediatrics, predominantly in the community, for more than 15 years and completed her Masters of Paediatric Physiotherapy in 2013. Louise qualified as a Bobath practitioner in 2014. Her more recent focus has been on supporting children with a disability to be able to participate in sporting activities within their local environments. Louise also started and continues to develop the Kids Plus Sport and Rec’ Program. She collaborates with families, therapists and community organisations to support children in reaching their individual sports participation goals.
Tanja Spencer, APAM, is a Physiotherapist, who specializes in supporting her clients to be meaningfully and enjoyably active. She has recently commenced a PhD and is working part-time privately with NDIS funded clients. Tanja has a particular interest in the skill of running and is a para-athletics classifier.
Disability, Sports and Exercise, Paediatrics and Neurology National Group
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