RE: Availability for Speaking Engagements including topics on:
- Movement Strategies and Exercise for People with Parkinson's Disease
- Caregiver Training: transfer and mobility training for both professional and community caregiver
Kevin Lockette has been a practicing physical therapist in the rehabilitation field since 1989 and is the owner of Ohana Pacific Rehab Services (www.ohanapacificrehab.com), LLC, in Honolulu, Hawaii. He is the primary author of a landmark medical text on rehabilitation, Conditioning with Physical Disabilities (Human Kinetic Publishers, 1994). He authored Move It - An Exercise and Mobility Guide for People with Parkinson's Disease (www.parkinsonsmoveit.com) in 2008 and recently he release the Award winning book on care giving (TODAY'S CAREGIVER MAGIZINE-Caregiver Friendly Award for Book category 2011). Kevin has written numerous articles and lectured extensively in the area of exercise, with emphasis on Parkinson's Disease. Kevin has been certified through National Parkinson Foundation "Allied Team Training for Parkinson's (ATTP), John Argue method for exercise and other approaches. He is presently designing model exercise programs for people with Parkinson's Disease for multiple YMCAs with the goal to evolve the exercise program nationally through the YMCAs.
Kevin is a past head coach for the United States Disabled Sports Team (a member of the U.S. Olympic Committee) and coached in international games, including the World Championships and the Paralympics in Barcelona, Spain, in 1992. Presently Kevin serves on the Board of Directors for the Hawaii Parkinson Disease Association, Clinical Advisory Counsel for HI Chapter of MS Society and is co-chairman of The State of Hawaii's Fall Prevention Consortium.
For more information about Kevin's projects:
To book an engagement: firstname.lastname@example.org or (808) 228-0340
Note: Lectures/Workshops can be tailored towards the audience needs. Books and DVDs are available at a discount at time of lecture/workshop.
Cost: $1,000.00 plus travel expenses