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Course

Exercise for Parkinson’s Training for Professionals

This training for group exercise instructors, personal trainers, physical therapists and physical therapist assistants teaches the basics of Parkinson’s, safety considerations for exercise classes and the most effective types of activities for people living with the disease. The Brian Grant Foundation is recognized by the National Academy of Sports Medicine, Athletics and Fitness Association of America and American Council on Exercise as an Approved Continuing Education Provider. If you're an exercise professional certified by one of these organizations, you'll earn 0.6 CEUs from NASM, 6 CEUs from AAFA and 0.6 CECs from ACE.

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12 Lessons

This training for group exercise instructors, personal trainers, physical therapists and physical therapist assistants teaches the basics of Parkinson’s, safety considerations for exercise classes and the most effective types of activities for people living with the disease. The Brian Grant Foundation is recognized by the National Academy of Sports Medicine, Athletics and Fitness Association of America and American Council on Exercise as an Approved Continuing Education Provider. If you’re an exercise professional certified by one of these organizations, you’ll earn 0.6 CEUs from NASM, 6 CEUs from AAFA and 0.6 CECs from ACE.

Included in this course are 12 lessons and a final evaluation. Lesson 1 is a short introductory video and pre-assessment quiz to help us measure the increase in knowledge of participants in the training. After you complete the pre-assessment quiz, you will be guided through the remaining lessons in a specific order. At the end of the training, you will receive a certificate of completion.