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Handouts

All sessions for which handouts were submitted are included below.  If you do not see a link 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

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

ORTHOPEDIC DAY SYMPOSIUM

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

NEUROMUSCULAR ULTRASOUND: HANDS ON ULTRASOUND TRAINING COURSE FOR CHEMODENERVATION PROCEDURES

PC 2: PAIN IN CEREBRAL PALSY: REFLECTIONS ON IDENTIFICATION, MANAGEMENT, AND PREVENTION

PC3: NEUROSURGICAL MANAGEMENT OF CHILDHOOD SPASTICITY

Thursday, September 22, 2016

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

 

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

Friday, September 23, 2016

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

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

Saturday, September 24, 2016

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

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