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Evaluations

Thank you for participating at the AACPDM 70th Annual Meeting in Hollywood, Florida. Please find the evaluations below to share your feedback and evaluate your experience. We hope you found this year's event to be valuable, relevant, and fun! The AACPDM reviews and analyzes all feedback so we can continue to improve your annual meeting experience, which is impossible without all of your contributions. These evaluations are the same as the evaluations in the Mobile App, so you only need to complete them once. We sincerely appreciate your participation and responses.

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Overall Meeting

Overall Meeting Evaluation

General Sessions

General Session: Thursday Morning

General Session: Thursday Afternoon

General Session: Friday Morning

General Session: Friday Afternoon

General Session: Saturday Morning

Free Paper Presentations

Free Paper A: Early Recognition

Free Paper B: Infants, Families, and Upper Limb Function

Free Paper C: Medical Complexity & Nutrition

Free Paper D: Spasticity & Gait

Free Paper E: Orthopedics

Free Paper F: Interventions and Participation

Free Paper G: Global Epidemiology

Free Paper H: Knowledge Translation & Society

Free Paper I: Adolescents and Adults

Free Paper J: Spine & Hips

Free Paper K: Basic Science/Imaging

Free Paper L: Outcomes

Pre-Conference Sessions

Orthopedic Day Symposium

Ultrasound All-day Pre-Course

PC1: EARLY DETECTION AND DIAGNOSIS OF HIGH-RISK OF CEREBRAL PALSY AND CEREBRAL PALSY: INTERNATIONAL RECOMMENDATIONS

PC2: PAIN IN CP: REFLECTIONS ON IDENTIFICATION, MANAGEMENT, AND PREVENTION

PC3: NEUROSURGICAL MANAGEMENT OF CHILDHOOD SPASTICITY

Other Events

Ipsen Presentation Lunch- NON CME

Community Forum

Breakfast Sessions

BRK 1: CHILDREN WITH MEDICAL COMPLEXITY: A UNIQUE POPULATION WITH UNIQUE NEEDS

BRK 2: CUTTING EDGE MANAGEMENT OF CHILDREN WITH EPILEPSY

BRK 3: DOES MOVEMENT CHANGE INFANT COGNITION? DOCUMENTING KEY INTERVENTION INGREDIENTS AND QUANTIFYING FIDELITY

BRK 4: ENHANCING FUNCTIONAL PERFORMANCE IN CHILDREN WITH CORTICAL VISUAL IMPAIRMENT

BRK 5: HIT THE ROAD JACK: A RUNNING PROGRAM FOR CHILDREN WITH PHYSICAL DISABILITY

BRK 6: HYPOTONIA: WHAT IS IT AND WHAT CAN WE DO ABOUT IT?

BRK 7: MOVING FROM HEURISTIC TO PRECISION APPROACHES TO TREAT AND PREVENT CHRONIC DISEASES IN ADULTS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY

BRK 8: NEUROORTHOPEDIC MANAGEMENT OF RETT SYNDROME

BRK 9: PATIENT AND FAMILY PERSPECTIVES ON COMMON CP THERAPIES AND INTERVENTIONS

BRK 10: PATIENT-SPECIFIC MODELLING: INCORPORATING ADVANCES IN MEDICAL IMAGING TO BETTER INFORM MUSCULOSKELETAL MODELS

BRK 11: ABOUT CEREBRAL PALSY: INTERVENTIONS AND THERAPIES. AN ON-LINE DECISION MAKING RESOURCE

BRK 12: ADVOCATING FOR ADVOCACY: CLINICIAN-PATIENT PARTNERSHIPS FOR ADVOCACY

BRK 13: AN APPROACH TO ROUTINE HEALTH SUPERVISION FOR CHILDREN WITH MEDICAL COMPLEXITY

BRK 14: CARING FOR THE CAREGIVER: A SKILLS VALIDATION PROGRAM FOR CAREGIVERS OF PEDIATRIC PATIENTS WITH PULMONARY COMPLICATIONS RELATED TO A PRIMARY NEURODISABILITY DIAGNOSIS

BRK 15: COULD THE SENSORY SYSTEM MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN MOTOR CONTROL FOR CHILDREN WITH HEMIPLEGIC CEREBRAL PALSY?

BRK 16: ESSENTIAL CHARACTERISTICS OF SUCCESSFUL TRANSITION PROGRAMS FOR ADOLESCENTS AND YOUNG ADULTS WITH CHILD ONSET DISABILITIES: KEY LESSONS FROM TWO EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE MODELS

BRK 17: PHYSICAL THERAPY FOLLOWING SEMLS: A REVIEW OF THE EVIDENCE FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY

BRK 18: RETINAL SCANNING FOR AUGMENTATIVE COMMUNICATION - WHAT'S ON YOUR MIND?

BRK 19: THE CEREBRAL PALSY RESEARCH NETWORK - CLINICAL REGISTRY, PATIENT REPORTED OUTCOMES AND COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH EFFORT

BRK 20: ADAPTIVE SPORTS AND FITNESS WITH MORNING ADAPTIVE YOGA DEMO CLASS

BRK 21: ADDRESSING A MOVING TARGET: TREATMENT OF FOOT AND ANKLE DISORDERS IN PATIENTS WITH CHARCOT-MARIE-TOOTH DISEASE

BRK 22: COGNITIVE ACCESSIBILITY OF PATIENT REPORTED OUTCOMES (PRO) FOR YOUTH AND ADULTS WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES: ASSUMPTIONS AND PROPOSED DESIGN FEATURES FOR REHABILITATION MEASUREMENT

BRK 23: EYE-GAZE CONTROL TECHNOLOGY IN CHILDREN WITH DYSKINETIC CEREBRAL PALSY

CANCELLED- BRK 24: IMPROVING THE ADMINISTRATION OF UPPER LIMB BOTULINUM NEUROTOXIN-A INJECTIONS FOR CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY

BRK 25: MAKING A DIFFERENCE IN TRANSITION OF CARE FOR ADOLESCENTS AND YOUNG ADULTS WITH CHILDHOOD ONSET DISABILITIES: KEY LESSONS FROM TWO MODELS OF EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE

BRK 26: MEDICAL AND SURGICAL MANAGEMENT OF SIALORRHEA

BRK 27: WHEN A PICTURE PAINTS A THOUSAND WORDS: ACCURATE DESCRIPTION AND APPLICATION OF THE GROSS MOTOR FUNCTION CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM

BRK 28: WHEN SPASTICITY AND DYSTONIA CO-EXIST: RE-THINKING CP MOTOR CLASSIFICATION

Instructional Courses

IC 1: ACTIVITY-BASED REHABILITATION IN YOUNG CHILDREN WITH SEVERE SPINAL CORD INJURIES: FROM SCIENCE TO CLINICAL PRACTICE

IC 2: AUGMENTATIVE & ALTERNATIVE COMMUNICATION (AAC): MAKING A DIFFERENCE BY SUPPORTING A SPECTRUM OF COMMUNICATION NEEDS IN INDIVIDUALS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY AND OTHER NEUROMOTOR IMPAIRMENTS

IC 3: AVOIDING SURGICAL MISTAKES IN THE TREATMENT OF GAIT DYSFUNCTION IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY

IC 4: DIFFICULT DECISIONS: WHAT'S THE BEST PLAN FOR CHILDREN WITH COMPLEX CHRONIC CONDITIONS?

IC 5: GAIT ANALYSIS DATA INTERPRETATION: UNDERSTANDING KINEMATIC RELATIONSHIPS WITHIN AND ACROSS PLANES OF MOTION IN PERSONS WITH PHYSICAL DISABILITIES

IC 6: INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT USING BOTULINUM TOXIN A FOR UPPER EXTREMITY HYPERTONIA IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY

IC 7: INTRODUCING THE CHALLENGE AND CHALLENGE-III FOR AMBULATORY CHILDREN AND YOUTH WHO HAVE CEREBRAL PALSY

IC 8: JOB SITE ACCOMMODATIONS AND CONSIDERATIONS FOR TRANSITION AGE YOUTH WITH CEREBRAL PALSY

IC 9: NON-INVASIVE BRAIN STIMULATION TRIALS IN HEMIPARETIC CEREBRAL PALSY: MAKING A DIFFERENCE?

IC 10: ORTHOPAEDIC SURGERY FOR THE UPPER AND LOWER LIMB IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY

IC 11: SPINAL DEFORMITY IN CEREBRAL PALSY: AN INTRODUCTION FROM BRACING TO SURGERY

IC 12: THE CHALLENGE OF CHRONIC PULMONARY DISEASE IN THE PEDIATRIC PATIENT WITH A PRIMARY NEURODISABILITY DIAGNOSIS

IC 13: TRANSFORMING THE HEALTHCARE OF WOMEN WITH DISABILITIES

IC 14: BACKGROUND, CLINICAL PRESENTATION AND MANAGEMENT OF DYSKINETIC CEREBRAL PALSY: WHERE ARE WE NOW?

IC 15: CLINICAL TOOLS FOR ASSESSMENT OF SELECTIVE VOLUNTARY MOTOR CONTROL IN PATIENTS WITH SPASTIC CEREBRAL PALSY: SELECTIVE CONTROL ASSESSMENT OF THE LOWER EXTREMITY (SCALE) AND TEST OF ARM SELECTIVE CONTROL (TASC)

IC 16: EVALUATION AND TREATMENT OF LOW BONE MINERAL DENSITY IN CHILDREN WITH PHYSICAL DISABILITIES

IC 17: HOW DO WE KNOW IF WE ARE MAKING A DIFFERENCE? DEVELOPING EVALUATIONS FOR ONGOING QUALITY IMPROVEMENT IN SERVICES FOR CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES

IC 18: LET’S DO A HIP OSTEOTOMY! A HANDS-ON LABORATORY INTRODUCTION TO THE SURGICAL SKILLS OF A VARUS DEROTATIONAL OSTEOTOMY

IC 19: PHYSICAL THERAPY FOR ADULTS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY: IS IT WORTH IT TO STAND?

IC 20: PROVIDING HOLISTIC CARE FOR PATIENTS WITH NEUROMUSCULAR DISORDERS

IC 21: ROLES OF DISTAL FEMORAL EXTENSION OSTEOTOMY AND PATELLAR TENDON ADVANCEMENT IN THE TREATMENT OF SEVERE PERSISTENT CROUCH GAIT IN ADOLESCENTS AND YOUNG ADULTS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY

IC 22: TEAM MANAGEMENT IN SPINAL FUSION FOR CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY, GMFCS 4/5 'EVIDENCE INFORMED CLINICAL PRACTICE GUIDELINES'

IC 23: THE IMPLICATIONS OF CORTICAL VISUAL IMPAIRMENT ON SOCIAL INCLUSION

IC 24: THE YEAR'S TOP TEN ARTICLES ON DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES

IC 25: TOXIN- SAFE TERRITORY FOR BOTH PATIENTS AND PROVIDERS

IC 26: APPLIED BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS AND EATING PROBLEMS: TREATMENT OF FOOD REFUSAL AND GENERAL BEHAVIOR MANAGEMENT IN CHILDREN WITH NEURODEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES

IC 27: ASSESSING GAIT IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY: WHAT TO DO WHEN YOU CAN’T USE A GAIT LAB

IC 28: CONSIDERATIONS IN CARING FOR CHILDREN WHO ARE DEAF OR HARD OF HEARING

IC 29: CONSTRAINT-INDUCED MOVEMENT THERAPY (CIMT): A NEW ERA OF COMPARATIVE EFFECTIVENESS RESEARCH AND DOCUMENTING FIDELITY OF TREATMENT

IC 30: DETERMINING UPPER EXTREMITY INTERVENTIONS FOR CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY: USE OF THE SHRINERS HOSPITAL UPPER EXTREMITY EVALUATION

IC 31: LOCAL/GLOBAL ADAPTIVE DESIGN FORUM

IC 32: ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY FOR ADULTS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY

IC 33: SURVEILLANCE AND MANAGEMENT OF HIP DISPLACEMENT IN CEREBRAL PALSY

IC 34: SWIMMING UPSTREAM – A MODEL FOR (EVENTUAL) SUCCESS IN INTERDISCIPLINARY CEREBRAL PALSY CARE

IC 35: THE ALPHABET OF ADVANCED HYPERTONIA MANAGEMENT: BTX, DBS,ITB, SDR

IC 36: THE ROLE OF NEUROIMAGING IN THE WORK-UP OF CHILDREN WITH DYSKINETIC CEREBRAL PALSY

IC 37: TROUBLE SHOOTING AND MANAGING INTRATHECAL BACLOFEN THERAPY

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