Physical Therapy for the Older Adult—Examination and Intervention: An Evidence Based Approach (ISBN: 978-1-4963-4333-8) includes resources designed to help students prepare for effective physical therapy practice with older adults.

The comprehensive and evidence-based physical therapy eLearning resource, new from Wolters Kluwer, includes embedded interactive learning assessments, pictures, videos, case studies, and links to supporting resources.

The book’s 33 chapters are organized into four modules: 1) Facts and Fiction, 2) Making Up Your Mind – Functional Assessment, 3) Making a Plan: Developing Treatment Programs, and 4) The Whole Picture – Other Things That Really Count.

Authors include Carole B. Lewis from George Washington University, Kevin Chui from Pacific University Oregon, Debra Gray from University of St Augustine, and Gail Huber from Northwestern University.

[Source: Pacific University Oregon]