Habitable Limited focus only on stategies and interventions which have research evidence to support their effectiveness. Check out the most recent published Systematic review published last year. A systematic review is a research paper which explores the findings from all relevant research studies, and comes to an overall conclusion based on the overall findings. A systematic review represents the most in depth and extensive analysis of all the research studies about an intervention. This research concluded that the Otago Exercise programme has positive benefits for the prevention of falls in older adults. It has also found evidence to suggest it can improve cognitive function, as well as general health and fitness benefits.
Otago Systematic review
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