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Wednesday 6 NOV
7:00 AM – 8:00 AM
- ADSR Networking Group Meeting (open for ALL to attend)
Location: 4A, 4th Floor
Amanda Boxtel, the CEO of Bridging Bionics, a non-profit program designed to help individuals who have mobility impairments to regain motility with the assistance of neuromuscular training and a bionic exoskeleton suit (EksoTM). Amanda success was honored by the 2018 CNN Hero by CNN Worldwide in recognition of her legacy of helping individuals with neurological impairments regain mobility. Her program bridges cutting edge technology , which is typically cost prohibitive, for individuals who lost their mobility to enhance neuro-recovery and quality of life. The program enables such individuals to exercise in an inclusive health club environment that promotes wellbeing.
The Distinguished Lectureship in Cancer Rehabilitation is an annual event to recognize an outstanding contributer to the field of cancer rehabilitation. We are excited to have Lee Jones, Ph.D., of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center as our award recipient. Dr. Jones is an expert in the area of oncology exercise and performs clinical trials in several areas of cancer care, including structured exercise training interventions on cardiovascular outcomes in cancer survivors and traditional laboratory approaches to elucidate the effects of exercise training on cancer progression. Dr. Jones is world renowned and has numerous publications in the area of exercise oncology.
This instructional course will outline basic tenets of athlete development, with a focus on the adolescent athlete. Presenters will outline current knowledge about the contributions of physical and emotional health, social development, academic development, and advanced athletic skills to whole-person athlete development. Gaps in knowledge and targets for intervention will be identified through presentation of the Athlete Development Model (ADM) and introduction of the Athlete Development Monitoring Tool.