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PRESIDENT'S WELCOME MESSAGE

Eileen G. Fowler, PhD PT, President, AACPDM
Eileen G. Fowler, PhD PT
President, AACPDM

Greetings from the American Academy of Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine (AACPDM). It is indeed an honor to be president of this academy, which has played a pivotal role in my career development. We are a unique multidisciplinary society united in our mission is to provide scientific education for health professionals and promote excellence...

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AACPDM Presents eCourses!

What is an AACPDM eCourse?

A 3-4 week online, self-paced educational opportunity to earn continuing education credits (CEUs). This pilot program will host 2 courses in 2016. The first course is Let’s Apply the ICF in Day-to-Day Practice (description below)...Read More

Cerebral Palsy: How Do We Measure Success?

November 7-8, 2016 - Boston, MA
Boston Children's Hospital, Joseph B. Martin Center

The purpose of this course is to provide a periodic review of current knowledge regarding the assessment and treatment of children with cerebral palsy. This year’s course will also focus...Read More

Featured TedX Talk

We are pleased to make you aware of this TEDx talk by Gubela Mji, titled "How can we make disability research accessible in Africa?"

Dr. Mji is engaged in various collaborative disability research projects and...Read More

Featured TedX Talk

We are pleased to make you aware of this TEDx talk by AACPDM Board of Directors member Dr. Lisa Thornton, titled "What I've Learned as a Childhood Disability Doctor."

Lisa Thornton, M.D. is a...Read More

Just Say Hi campaign features Apple CEO Tim Cook and Siri

Tim Cook (and Siri) have joined the Cerebral Palsy Foundation's “Just Say Hi” campaign. The campaign, designed to address the unnecessary awkwardness so many people feel around disabilities, is only six weeks old. And it’s already creating new awareness and understanding in...Read More

2015 Annual Meeting evaluations & handouts

If you attended the 2015 Annual Meeting in Austin, please don't forget your course evaluations! This feedback is extremely important for our Scientific Program Committee as they choose the courses for the next annual...Read More

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