News and Events

For information about our upcoming events or media enquires, please complete our contact us form or email us at info@safeexerciseathome.org.au.

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13 December 2021

 

We have added new videos by Rik Dawson to the Level 1, Level 2 and Level 3 exercise pages.

Website update

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8 December 2021

The Safe Exercise at Home website has had over 34,000 website visitors!

Thank you to everyone who has accessed the website, we hope the information has been useful for you, a family member or friend, or your clients/patients. 

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12 October 2021

 

The Institute for Musculoskeletal Health hosted a free webinar for people aged 60+ and people with physical disabilities on October 12, 2021. The webinar provided professional advice about getting active during and after lockdown.

Click here to watch the webinar.

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29 September 2021

Rik Dawson joined OPAN's Your wellbeing: Staying physically active webinar to talk about the Safe Exercise at Home website.

Click here to watch the webinar.

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26 March 2021

The Safe Exercise at Home booklet is now available in Portuguese! It is free for users to download and print themselves, or to view on a device. We do not provide hard copies of the booklet.

Click here to access the booklet.

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15 September 2020

Community Care Review interviewed Rik Dawson from the Safe Exercise at Home website about physical activity, fall prevention and the role of carers. 

Click here to read the article.

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12 August 2020

The Safe Exercise at Home booklet is now available! It is free for users to download and print themselves, or to view on a device. We do not provide hard copies of the booklet.

Click here to access the booklet.

Website update

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3 August 2020

The Australian Physiotherapy 

Association featured the Safe Exercise at Home website in their August 2020 newsletter, Inmotion.

Click here to view Inmotion (scroll to the bottom for archived issues).

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14 May 2020

Associate Professor Cathy Said appeared on A Neuro Physio Podcast to talk about the creation of the Safe Exercise at Home website, how people can start getting active, and how you can use the website.

Click here to listen to the podcast.

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5 May 2020

Associate Professor Cathy Said was interviewed by 7 News Melbourne about the launch of Safe Exercise at Home and the importance for older people to stay active.

Click here to watch the segment.

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5 May 2020

 

The Safe Exercise at Home website was launched today, 5 May 2020. It aims to encourage older people to exercise safely at home.

Media release: University of Sydney and Sydney Local health District.

Media release: University of Melbourne.

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