Important Dates

December 1, 2012
Abstract Submission Opens

December 7, 2012
International Scholarship Submission Opens

January 31, 2013
Abstract Submission Closes
International Scholarship Submission Closes
Multimedia Submission Closes

February 2013
Student Scholarship Submission Opens

April 2013
Early April: Abstract Notifications emailed to Corresponding Authors
Mid-April: International Scholarship notifications emailed
April 30: Student Scholarship Submission closes

Late May 2013
Preliminary Program Available Online
Annual Meeting Registration is Open

September 4, 2013
Early Bird Registration Closes

September 15, 2013
Hotel Group Rate Ends

September 27, 2013
Annual Meeting Pre-Registration Closes

October 16-19, 2013
AACPDM 67th Annual Meeting

For more information, please contact:
AACPDM Office

555 East Wells, Suite 1100
Milwaukee, WI 53202
Phone: 414.918.3014
Fax: 414.276.2146
Email: info@aacpdm.org

AACPDM 2013 Annual Meeting handouts

All sessions for which handouts were submitted are included below.  If you do not see a session listed, it is because we did not receive a handout for the course.  If you are a presenter who would like to submit your handout for inclusion on this page, please email info@aacpdm.org

Wednesday, October 16, 2013

GCMAS Symposium: Changes in Practice Due to Motion Analysis Research

PC3: New Clinical Horizons and Emerging Mobility Technologies - A Research Driven Process

PC4: Review of Ultrasound Guidance for Botulinum toxin Therapy: Didactic and Hands-On Training Program

Thursday, October 17, 2013

BRK1: Factors That Influence Effectiveness Of Robotic-Assisted Therapies In Children With Cerebral Palsy

BRK2: Treating Complex Feeding Disorders In An Intensive, Day Treatment Setting

BRK4: Bone Health In Children With Physical Disabilities

BRK5: Evaluation and Insights in Secondary Dystonia and Choreoathetosis is Dyskinetic CP

BRK6: Transitioning Youth With Disabilities To Adulthood: Successful Application Of Proven Models For Clinicians And Care Providers

IC1: Part I: Applying Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy (SDR) to Improve Gait and Ambulatory Function in the Child with Cerebral Palsy

IC2: Early Prediction Of Cerebral Palsy In The Young Infant By Observation Of General Movements
Handout A
Handout B

IC3: Cutting Edge Care In Epilepsy Management, From State Of The Art Medical Management Through Surgical Outcomes
Handout A
Handout B
Handout C
Handout D

IC4: ERehabilitation : Using Virtual Reality Technologies (VRTS) In Rehabilitation For Individuals With Cerebral Palsy

IC6: Orthopedic Surgery For Adults With Cerebral Palsy
Handout A
Handout B

IC7: Translating Research To Practice: Clinical Use Of The Gillette Functional Assessment

IC8: The ICF In Research And Clinical Practice

IC9: The Year's Top Ten Articles on Developmental Disabilities

IC11: The Importance Of Being Earnest About Shank And Thigh Kinematics When Designing, Aligning And Tuning Ankle-Foot Orthosis Footwear Combinations (AFO-FCS)

IC12: Diagnostic Approach To The Ataxic Child

IC32: Use Of Gait Analysis In Surgical Treatment Planning For Patients With Developmental Disabilities
Handout A
Handout B
Handout C

Plenary Session:
Technologies for the Assessment and Care of Children with Cerebral Palsy
Gerald Harris, PhD PE

Friday, October 18, 2013

BRK7: Motion Gaming Technology For Individuals With Movement Disorders
Handout A
Handout B
Handout C

BRK8: Chronic Disease Risk Among Adults With CP: The Role Of Premature Aging, Obesity, And Sedentary Behavior
Handout A

BRK9: Relationships And Sexuality: An Important Issue For Care Providers To Address In Helping Individuals With Physical Or Developmental Disabilities To Improve Their Quality Of Life
Handout A
Handout B

BRK10: Motor Delays: Early Identification And Evaluation

IC14: An Interdisciplinary Approach To Feeding Problems In Children With Cerebral Palsy And Other Neurodevelopmental Disabilities

IC15: Part II: Outcomes of Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy and Patient Selection Process in GMFCS Levels I-III: Case Based FOcus Supported by Outcome Data

IC16: Back To Basics - Stretching Combined With Exercising
Handout A
Handout B

IC17: Adaptive Recreation For Children And Youth With Cerebral Palsy And Other Childhood-Onset Disabilities (COD)
Handout A
Handout B
Handout C

IC18: The Additional Value Of Gait Analysis In The Identification Of Specific Physical Therapy Treatment Goals For Ambulant Children With Cerebral Palsy

IC19: The Knee Is The Key In Spastic Diplegia

IC20: Orthopaedic Treatment Of Patients With Myelomeningocele And The Role Of Early Adaptive Mobility
Handout A
Handout B

IC21: Does Tracheostomy Improve Quality Of Life For Children With Upper Motor Neuron Disease And For Their Families?  A Debate

IC22: Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
Handout A
Handout B
Handout C

IC23: Whose Life is it Anyway?  Measuring Meaningful Outcomes for Children with Severe Disabilities

IC25: Alberta Infant Motor Scale (AIMS): A Clinical Refresher And Update On Evaluation Of AIMS Normative Data

Saturday, October 19, 2013

BRK14: Rehabilitation Protocols After Single-Event Multilevel Surgery

BRK17: Tweet This! Social media for medical professionals
Handout A
Handout B
Handout C
Handout D

BRK18: The Art of Mentoring
Handout A
Handout B
Handout C
Handout D
Handout E
Handout F

IC26: Linking Structure And Function: Dosing Parameters And Protocols For Current And Novel Therapies To Improve Muscle And Bone Outcomes In Cerebral Palsy

IC27: Emerging Role Of Deep Brain Stimulation In Dystonic Cerebral Palsy
Handout A
Handout B
Handout C

IC28: Subjective vs. Objective Evaluations for Lower Limb Orthotic Prescription: Beliefs vs. Evidence and the Laboratory vs. Patient Environment

IC29: Neuroplastic Responses To Rehabilitation In Children And Infants With Cerebral Palsy

IC30: Saliva Control In Cerebral Palsy: Multidisciplinary Management And Research Findings From The Australian And Dutch Drooling Teams

IC31: Cerebral Palsy, Neurogenic Bladder And Outcomes Of Lifetime Care
Handout A
Handout B
Handout C

IC33: Toe Walking: How Do You Know Who to Worry About?
Handout A
Handout B

IC34: Review of Neuropharmacology in Pediatric Brain Injury
Handout A
Handout B
Handout C
Handout D
Handout E

IC37: The Framework Of Movement: Updating The Evidence On Anticipatory Postural Control In Children With Cerebral Palsy And Implications For Practice

IC38: Fitness - Fun - Friends - The Potential Of Adapted Physical Activity
Handout A
Handout B