Sue Scott, MS, is an active living and balance specialist working with older adults. She has earned a master’s degree in Exercise Science and is certified by the ACSM and as an IDEA Master Trainer. She specializes in older adult issues including strength, balance, function and Parkinson's disease. Her mission is to develop physical activities appropriate for older adults to bolster their balance and confidence in ways that will help them stay active, independent and connected to their communities, loved ones and interests. In 2004 Sue developed and tested ABLE BODIES® Balance Training techniques in a RCT with the support of a grant from the NIH National Blueprint. Her fun and creative ideas were a hit with her participants and proved to be significant at improving strength, balance and the ability to perform every day activities. In 2008 her book, ABLE Bodies Balance Training was published by Human Kinetics. In addition to her work with ABLE Bodies and Renewable Fitness, Sue works with Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU) to develop an agility training program for Parkinson's Disease and with another project using exercise to enhance cognitive health in older adults. recently she joined the Professional Advisory Board for the Brian Grant Foundation. Sue has presented workshops and research for IDEA World, ACSM, APHA, ICAA and IAHSA. Sue currently writes, consults and designs training programs for trainers, individuals or groups.
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