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BEYOND THERAPY - A SHEPHERD CENTER PROGRAM

Shepherd Center is one of the top rehabilitation hospitals in the US, specializing in medical treatment, research and rehabilitation for people with spinal cord injury or brain injury. Beyond Therapy® is a rigorous, activity-based program designed to help people with a variety of neurological disorders improve lifelong health, minimize secondary complications and get the most from any new neural links to their muscles. More videos from the Shepherd Center, click HERE

RECREATIONAL THERAPY FOR ADULTS WITH ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE - COMPUTER GAMES

This video explores the benefits of using computer games and interactive video games as a means of recreational therapy for adults with Alzheimer's Disease

THE HIP OP-ERATION CREW

 Billie formed the Hip Op-eration Crew as a flash mob initially in response to society's outcasting of elderly people. What grew from there was an amazing dance group and community that is centred around the idea of having big goals and adventure later on in life. The Hip Op-eration Crew are officially the worlds oldest dance troupe listed by the Guinness World Records. Published on Jul 21, 2015 by TEDx Talks

CLICKVIEW VIDEOS

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How to stay young. Part 1 : The Body

In this new two-part series, Angela Rippon & Dr Chris van Tulleken travel the world in search of the latest science that could help us all stay young & healthy for longer. ABC. Broadcast date 5/7/2016. Duration 57 mins.

How to stay young. Part 2 : The brain