Welcome to the American Academy for Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine. We are an international academy with a vision and mission focused on being a global leader in the multidisciplinary scientific education of health professionals and researchers dedicated to the well-being of people with childhood-onset disabilities. We have members from more than 54 countries worldwide.
It is an exciting time for the Academy. If you are a member, please be sure to watch for your opportunity in early 2013 to participate in the Academy's strategic planning. If you are not a member, please consider joining us at our 2013 Annual Meeting in Milwaukee and, as well, we most sincerely welcome you as a member.
Maureen O'Donnell MD MSc FRCPC
Vancouver, BC Canada
Milwaukee · October 16-19, 2013
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May 30, 2013 at 5:00 pm ET
Cortical Visual Impairment: Identification, Assessment & Intervention
Lecturer: Christine Roman, PhD
The AACPDM Grand Rounds Lectures are a series of on-line presentations on...Read More
Did you miss a Grand Rounds lecture?
Was there a Grand Rounds lecture that you wanted to see and were not able to attend? Good news - AACPDM members can view past Grand Rounds lectures by logging in to the Members Only section at the top right of any page and clicking the link...Read More
2013 Corbett Ryan Pathways Awareness Award
AACPDM is now accepting nominations for the 2013 Corbett Ryan Pathways Awareness Award. Please click here for more information.Read More
2013 Annual Meeting
We are proud to announce that we have received over 440 abstracts for the 2013 Annual Meeting in Milwaukee. Abstract submitters will receive notification of their abstract's status by...Read More
2012 Annual Meeting CME/CEU
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Jacquelin Perry, MD
May 31, 1918 - March 11, 2013
It is with great sadness that we have learned of the passing of one of our dear members, Dr. Jacquelin Perry.
Dr. Perry was a dedicated physician, and continued treating patients in the medical tower named for her in her last week.
Dr. Perry's concern for her patients and their physical function was apparent in everything she did, from developing medical tools to performing innovative surgical procedures.
She will be greatly missed.