AACPDM
AACPDM

Posters

Scientific Posters

SP 1: CARDIAC AUTONOMIC SYSTEM RESPONSE TO SUBMAXIMAL TEST IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY

SP 2: CALF MUSCLE GROWTH IN AMBULANT CHILDREN WITH HEMIPLEGIA AND DIPLEGIA CEREBRAL PALSY AGE 2-9 YEARS

SP 3: MULTIPLE SESSIONS OF SPLIT BELT LOCOMOTOR TRAINING IMPROVES LEARNING RATES WITHOUT TRANSFER TO EVERYDAY WALKING IN YOUNG ADULTS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY

SP 4: IMPACT OF BRAIN LESION SEVERITY ON MRI AND HIP DISPLACEMENT OUTCOMES IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY

SP 5: GAIT COMPENSATIONS FOR EXCESSIVE ANTEVERSION IN CEREBRAL PALSY

SP 6: PATIENT AND PRACTITIONERS’ KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDES AND BEHAVIORS ABOUT GYNECOLOGICAL AND OBSTETRIC HEALTHCARE FOR WOMEN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY

SP 7: TREATMENT OF PATELLAR INSTABILITY IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY

SP 8: OPTIONS IN ULTRASOUND IMAGING OF HIP JOINT IN PATIENTS WITH NEUROORTHOPAEDIC DIAGNOSES

SP 9: THE EFFECT OF COMPUTERIZED TRACKING TRAINING ON UPPER LIMB COORDINATION IN CHILDREN WITH HEMIPLEGIC CEREBRAL PALSY: A CASE SERIES STUDY

SP 10: INCIDENCE OF TETHERED CORD IN TOE WALKING: SINGLE CENTER EXPERIENCE AT GILLETTE CHILDREN'S SPECIALTY HEALTHCARE

SP 11: INTER-RATER RELIABILITY OF THE COMMUNICATION FUNCTION CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM (CFCS) FOR ADULTS AND ADOLESCENTS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY

SP 12: DEVELOPING A NEW SERVICE MODEL THAT SUPPORTS THE HEALTH AND WELLBEING OF CHILDREN WITH A DISABILITY AND THEIR FAMILIES: WHAT DO PARENTS WANT?

SP 13: AUGMENTING CONSTRAINT INDUCED MOVEMENT THERAPY WITH THE ARMEO®SPRING PEDIATRIC FOR CHILDREN WITH HEMIPLEGIC CEREBRAL PALSY: A COMPARATIVE STUDY

SP 14: BULLYING IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY AND OTHER PHYSICAL DISABILITIES

SP 15: UNDERSTANDING THE NEEDS OF FAMILIES AFTER NICU DISCHARGE TO INFORM A PEER SUPPORT PROGRAM

SP 16: VALIDATION AND FEASIBILITY OF THE PEDIATRIC EVALUATION OF DISABILITY INVENTORY-COMPUTER ADAPTED TEST (PEDI-CAT) IN A CEREBRAL PALSY CLINIC

SP 17: SYMMETRY OF GAIT IN AMBULATORY CHILDREN WITH BILATERAL SPASTIC CEREBRAL PALSY – A VIDEO BASED STUDY

SP 18: WHAT EARLY CLINICAL SIGNS SHOULD PROMPT REFERRAL FOR DIAGNOSIS OF CEREBRAL PALSY? A SCOPING REVIEW

SP 19: BARRIERS FOR CHILDHOOD DISABILITY CARE (BCDC)-PILOT SURVEY

SP 20: NEURAL ACTIVATION ASSOCIATED WITH LOWER LIMB MOVEMENTS IN CHILDREN WITH HEMIPLEGIC CEREBRAL PALSY

SP 21: PLANTAR FLEXOR AND DORSIFLEXOR MUSCLE GROWTH IN AMBULANT CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY AGE 2-12 YEARS

SP 22: PARENTS PLAY A SIGNIFICANT ROLE IN THE DETECTION OF CHILDREN WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER IN LOW RESOURCE SETTINGS

SP 23: ACHIEVING CLASSROOM GOALS USING ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY: PERSPECTIVES FROM STUDENTS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY AND THEIR PARENTS

SP 24: IDENTIFYING AND MONITORING PAIN AND SLEEP IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY: EARLY FINDINGS FROM A SURVEILLANCE PROGRAM

SP 25: COGNITIVE FUNCTION AFFECTS DAILY-LIFE MOBILITY OF CHILDREN WITH BILATERAL SPASTIC CEREBRAL PALSY DUE TO PERIVENTRICULAR LEUKOMALACIA

SP 26: YOUTH AND PARENT PERSPECTIVES OF A PROBLEM SOLVING INTERVENTION TO INCREASE PARTICIPATION OF TRANSITION-AGE YOUTH WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES

SP 27: ADDRESSING CHALLENGES IN USING FUNCTIONAL MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING IN ASSESSING CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY

SP 28: PRE-OPERATIVE PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN YOUTH WITH CEREBRAL PALSY

SP 29: A SURVEY OF CANADIAN PHYSIOTHERAPISTS’ AND OCCUPATIONAL THERAPISTS’ USE OF VIRTUAL REALITY AND ACTIVE VIDEO GAMES IN PEDIATRIC REHABILITATION

SP 30: ASSESSING PERCEPTIONS OF CARDIOVASCULAR-RELATED DISEASE RISK IN ADULTS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY: IS THERE A DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PERCEIVED AND ACTUAL RISK?

SP 31: INCIDENCE AND RISK FACTORS OF HARDWARE-RELATED COMPLICATIONS AFTER PROXIMAL FEMORAL OSTEOTOMY IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS

SP 32: THE INCREASE OF ANTERIOR PELVIC TILT AFTER CROUCH GAIT TREATMENT IN CEREBRAL PALSY

SP 33: THE TREATMENT OF CROUCH GAIT USING DISTAL FEMUR EXTENSION OSTEOTOMY AND PATELLAR TENDON SHORTENING IN CEREBRAL PALSY

SP 34: GILLETTE SPECIALTY HEALTHCARE GREATER MINNESOTA- PATIENT & FAMILY ASSESSMENTS

SP 35: CHARACTERISTICS OF DYSPLASTIC ACETABULUM IN NEUROGENIC HIP DISEASE WITH THREE-DIMENSIONAL COMPUTER EVALUATION

SP 36: BRAZILIAN VERSION OF THE SHRINERS HOSPITAL UPPER EXTREMITY EVALUATION (SHUEE): CULTURAL ADAPTATION AND EVALUATION OF PSYCHOMETRIC PROPERTIES

SP 37: ASSOCIATION OF BETA-ENDORPHIN LEVELS WITH PROGNOSTIC FACTORS AND OUTCOME IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL MALARIA

SP 38: PLASMA AND CEREBROSPINAL FLUID BETA-ENDORPHIN LEVELS SHOW A STRONG CORRELATION IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL MALARIA

SP 39: IMPACT OF GAIT ANALYSIS DATA ON SURGICAL RECOMMENDATIONS IN SPINA BIFIDA: A PILOT MULTICENTER STUDY

SP 40: THE IMPACT OF ORTHOSES ON GAIT IN CHILDREN AND YOUTH WITH CHARCOT-MARIE-TOOTH

SP 41: BRACE TREATMENT IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY

SP 42: CHILDREN WITH MEDICAL COMPLEXITY IN CENTRAL VIRGINIA: A PRELIMINARY REVIEW

SP 43: MODIFIED OUTERBRIDGE-KASHIWAGI PROCEDURE FOR SIGNIFICANT ELBOW FLEXION CONTRACTURES IN BRACHIAL PLEXUS BIRTH PALSY

SP 44: LONGITUDINAL ASSESSMENT OF GAIT QUALITY IN CHILDREN WITH DIPLEGIA FOLLOWING SERIAL LOWER LIMB INTRAMUSCULAR BOTULINUM TOXIN-A INJECTIONS

SP 45: FEASIBILITY OF DELIVERING FEEDBACK THROUGH A VIRTUAL REALITY SYSTEM FOR MOTOR LEARNING IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY: A CASE STUDY

SP 46: USING A SYSTEMS ENGINEERING APPROACH TO REDUCE INTRATHECAL BACLOFEN SURGICAL COMPLICATIONS IN CHILDREN, ADOLESCENTS AND YOUNG ADULTS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY

SP 47: PERSONAL AND FAMILY EXPERIENCES OF CAREGIVERS OF CHILDREN WITH SCI

SP 48: URBAN VERSUS RURAL DIFFERENCES IN THE EFFECTS OF PROVIDING CARE TO CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY ON FAMILY MEMBER'S EMPLOYMENT

SP 49: CP2: COMMUNITY PARTNERS FOR CHILDREN’S PARTICIPATION

SP 50: RECTUS FEMORIS TRANSFER SURGERY IN CEREBRAL PALSY PATIENTS WITH STIFF KNEE GAIT

SP 51: BALANCING FOR GROSS MOTOR ABILITY DIFFERENCES IN EXERCISE VIDEOGAMES BETWEEN YOUTH WITH CEREBRAL PALSY AT GROSS MOTOR FUNCTION CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM LEVELS II AND III

SP 52: PREDICTORS OF POST CARDIAC SURGERY REHABILITATION THERAPY

SP 53: SUB-CLASSIFICATION OF GMFCS 4 AND 5 CEREBRAL PALSY PATIENTS BY COMORBID NEUROMOTOR IMPAIRMENT PREDICTS MAJOR COMPLICATIONS FOLLOWING HIP SURGERY

SP 54: CHANGES IN GROSS MOTOR FUNCTION IN CHILDREN WITH BILATERAL LOWER LIMB SPASTICITY DUE TO HIV ENCEPHALOPATHY AND DUE TO CP – A ONE YEAR FOLLOW-UP STUDY

SP 55: INTER AND INTRA-OBSERVER RELIABILITY OF PELVIC OBLIQUITY MEASUREMENT METHODS IN PATIENTS WITH NEUROMUSCULAR SCOLIOSIS

SP 56: PERIOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT OF PATIENTS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY UNDERGOING SCOLIOSIS SURGERY

SP 57: CHARACTERIZATIONS OF SPASTICITY IN CEREBRAL PALSY

SP 58: STUDY OF THE PSYCHOMETRIC PROPERTIES OF THE ALBERTA INFANT MOTOR SCALE FOR HIGH-RISK INFANTS

Demonstration Posters

DP 1: FAMILY CENTERED ROUNDING FOR CHILDREN WITH MEDICAL COMPLEXITY

DP 2: THE WE-STUDY: DOES BOTULINUM TOXIN A MAKE WALKING EASIER IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY? STUDY PROTOCOL FOR A RANDOMIZED PLACEBO CONTROLLED MULTICENTRE TRIAL

DP 3: COMPARISON BETWEEN PARTICIPATION AND DESIRE TO PARTICIPATE IN ACTIVITIES AMONG CHILDREN WITH SKELETAL DYSPLASIAS

DP 4: USING ICF CORE SET OF CEREBRAL PALSY IN CLINICAL PRACTICE

DP 5: CARE FOR CHILDREN WITH MEDICAL COMPLEXITY: INTEGRATION OF A COMPLEX CARE PROGRAM INTO AN ACADEMIC MEDICAL HOME

DP 6: DISTRIBUTION OF MOTOR IMPAIRMENT: INFLUENCE ON HABITUAL WALKING ACTIVITY IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY – A PILOT STUDY

DP 7: SHORT-BURST INTERVAL TREADMILL TRAINING: FEASIBILITY, WALKING CAPACITY & PERFORMANCE IN CEREBRAL PALSY- A PILOT STUDY

DP 8: THE INFLUENCE OF WALKING ABILITY AND DISTRIBUTION OF MOTOR IMPAIRMENT ON HABITUAL PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY: A PILOT STUDY

DP 9: A NOVEL SCREENING TOOL TO DETECT INTRATHECAL BACLOFEN WITHDRAWAL IN POST-OPERATIVE PATIENTS: A PILOT STUDY

DP 10: INTRATHECAL BACLOFEN PUMP SYSTEM MALFUNCTION CAUSED BY TISSUE OVERGROWTH IN THE CONNECTOR

DP 11: WALKING AND ITS EFFECT ON HEALTH AND FUNCTION IN INDIVIDUALS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY AS THEY TRANSITION TO ADULTHOOD: A HEALTH OUTCOMES STUDY

DP 12: COULD GMFCS SHIFT 5 TO 1 IN A 7 YEARS OLD CHILD? SEGAWA DISEASE. IMPORTANCE OF DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS OF CEREBRAL PALSY

DP 13: PERINATAL STROKE: UNDERSTANDING BRAIN REORGANIZATION THROUGH INFANT NEUROEXCITABILITY AND NEUROIMAGING

DP 14: EARLY INTERVENTION IN ST LUCIA – EVALUATION OF A PILOTED HOSPITAL REFERRAL SYSTEM FOR AT RISK INFANTS

DP 15: A COMMUNITY BASED ACCESSIBLE GARDENING CAMPAIGN TO PROMOTE FOLIC ACID AWARENESS

DP 16: TOWARDS EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE: PERSPECTIVES AND CHALLENGES OF CEREBRAL PALSY RESEARCH IN BRAZIL

DP 17: EXERCISE PRESCRIPTION FOR BARDET BIEDL SYNDROME AS PART OF A MULTI-DISCIPLINARY CLINIC

DP 18: THE INTERNATIONAL DYSPHAGIA DIET FRAMEWORK: PRACTICAL TOOLS FOR IMPLEMENTING THIS GLOBAL INITIATIVE

DP 19: ADVANCED ROBOTIC TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATED CENTER-INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION ON ROBOTIC THERAPY

DP 20: COMMON DATA LANGUAGE FOR CLINICAL RESEARCH STUDIES: NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF NEUROLOGICAL DISORDERS AND STROKE/AMERICAN ACADEMY FOR CEREBRAL PALSY AND DEVELOPMENTAL MEDICINE CEREBRAL PALSY COMMON DATA ELEMENTS V1.0 RECOMMENDATIONS

DP 21: TRAINING PARENT NAVIGATORS TO PROVIDE PEER SUPPORT FOR PARENTS AFTER NICU DISCHARGE

DP 22: ASSESSMENT OF PROPRIOCEPTION IMPAIRMENTS IN CHILDREN WITH UNILATERAL SPASTIC CEREBRAL PALSY USING A MARKERLESS MOTION CAPTURE SYSTEM

DP 23: COMBINED TRANSCRANIAL DIRECT CURRENT STIMULATION AND ROBOTIC UPPER LIMB THERAPY IMPROVES UPPER LIMB FUNCTION IN ADULTS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY

DP 24: NEUROGAME THERAPY FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF ANKLE CONTROL IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY

DP 25: MODULE FOR TRAINING WORKSHOP ON EARLY IDENTIFICATION AND EARLY ACTION FOR CHILDHOOD DISABILITIES

DP 26: PHYSICAL THERAPY MANAGEMENT OF SINGLE EVENT MULTI-LEVEL SURGERIES FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY: TRANSLATING EVIDENCE INTO A CLINICAL CARE GUIDELINE

DP 27: MAKING CONNECTIONS: UTILIZATION OF TELEREHABILITATION FOR THERAPEUTIC PROGRAMMING

DP 28: EFFECT OF ORAL MAGNESIUM THERAPY ON SPASTICITY AND CONSTIPATION IN CHILDREN WITH SPASTIC CEREBRAL PALSY

DP 29: IMPLEMENTING AN INTENSIVE, SHORT-DURATION, INTERMITTENT PHYSICAL THERAPY MODEL OF CARE AS A STANDARD OF PRACTICE IN A LARGE, MULTI-SITE, OUTPATIENT PHYSICAL THERAPY DEPARTMENT

DP 30: DEVELOPING A MULTISENSORY NARRATIVE ASSESSMENT FOR CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY AGED BETWEEN 3 TO 5 YEARS

DP 31: IS THERE A ROLE FOR BOTULINUM TOXIN THERAPY IN CEREBRAL PALSY IN A DEVELOPING COUNTRY? EXPERIENCE FROM A SRI LANKAN TERTIARY CARE PEDIATRIC NEUROLOGY UNIT

DP 32: MAKING A DIFFERENCE IN TRAVEL: CREATING A HOTEL ACCESSIBILITY RESOURCE FOR PATIENTS AND FAMILIES WITH SPECIAL HEALTH CARE NEEDS

DP 33: OUTCOMES FOLLOWING UNILATERAL SELECTIVE DORSAL RHIZOTOMY IN CHILDREN WITH SPASTIC HEMIPLEGIA USING PRE- AND POST-OPERATIVE QUANTITATIVE GAIT ANALYSIS

DP 34: EFFECTIVENESS OF AN INNOVATIVE COMPUTER GAME-BASED EXERCISE AND LEARNING PLATFORM FOR REHABILITATION OF MOTOR AND COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENTS IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY

DP 35: ONABOTULINUMTOXINA (BONT) INJECTIONS FOR SEVERE PLANTAR HYPERHIDROSIS IN A CHILD WITH SACRAL LEVEL MYELOMENINGOCELE

DP 36: HIP SURVEILLANCE IN CEREBRAL PALSY: DEVELOPING A CARE PATHWAY AT HOLLAND BLOORVIEW KIDS REHABILITATION HOSPITAL, TORONTO, CANADA

DP 37: PHYSICAL ACTIVITY FOR ADULTS AGING WITH MULTIPLE DISABILITIES

DP 38: DIVERGENCE AND CONVERGENCE OF VIEWPOINTS OF CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY, CAREGIVERS, TEACHERS AND HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS IN SRI LANKA ON QUALITY OF LIFE

DP 39: EFFECTS OF A NOVEL INTERVENTION ON MEAL PARTICIPATION ACROSS SETTINGS IN A 10-YEAR-OLD CHILD WITH DYSKINETIC CEREBRAL PALSY

DP 40: PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION OF THE COORDINATED CARE FOR CHILDREN WITH MEDICAL COMPLEXITY, HOSPITAL-BASED COMPLEX CARE PROGRAM

DP 41: CLINICAL USE OF 0-10 NRS AS A PATIENT-REPORTED SPASTICITY MEASURE

DP 42: TEACH ME TECH: TEACHING TECHNOLOGY SKILLS TO FACILITATE LITERACY, COMMUNICATION AND SOCIAL INCLUSION

DP 43: CONDUCTIVE EDUCATION: AN ALTERNATIVE APPROACH INTEGRATED WITH TRADITIONAL THERAPY

DP 44: A METHOD DEVELOPMENT TO CORRECT SEVERE FIX EQUINUS IN SPASTIC CEREBRAL PALSY: SERIAL CAST AT CLOSED KINETIC CHAIN

DP 45: PERINATAL BRAIN INJURY: IMPROVING ACCESS TO CARE AND OUTCOMES

DP 46: MODIFIED CONSTRAINT INDUCED MOVEMENT THERAPY FOR A CHILD 15 MONTHS POST HEMISPEHERECTOMY: A CASE STUDY

DP 47: THE USE OF A DYNAMIC MOBILITY SYSTEM AND A FALL PREVENTION HARNESS SYSTEM IN AN ADAPTIVE DANCE CLASS FOR CHILDREN WITH NEURODEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES

DP 48: NEONATAL VENTRICULAR DILATION DUE TO INTRAVENTRICULAR HEMORRHAGE: A SINGLE CENTER EXPERIENCE WITH MANAGEMENT AND OUTCOME

DP 49: ENHANCING CULTURAL UNDERSTANDING AND SOCIAL ENGAGEMENT THROUGH DANCE AND MOVEMENT WITH ADULTS WITH INTELLECTUAL AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES

DP 50: NEW YORK CITY BALLET AND WEINBERG FAMILY CEREBRAL PALSY CENTER COLLABORATE FOR MOVEMENT WORKSHOP SERIES FOR CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS

DP 51: HOW TO ADVOCATE FOR ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY

DP 52: AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM MONITORING DURING TRANSCRANIAL MAGNETIC STIMULATION: MAKING A DIFFERENCE IN MONITORING RESPONSES AND ADVERSE EVENTS IN CHILDREN WITH HEMIPARETIC CEREBRAL PALSY

DP 53: USING AN ELECTRONIC DATA CAPTURE SYSTEM INTEGRATED WITH THE ELECTRONIC MEDICAL RECORD SYSTEM FOR PROVIDER AND FAMILY-ENTERED DATA RELATED TO CEREBRAL PALSY

DP 54: FIRST ANNUAL TRANSFORMING THE HEALTHCARE OF WOMEN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY WORKSHOP: A PATIENT CENTERED APPROACH

DP 55: MEDICATION SOUP: MEDICATION IMPLEMENTATION ATTEMPTS TO REDUCE SEVERE POSTURING SECONDARY TO DYSAUTONOMIA IN THE SETTING OF ANOXIC BRAIN INJURY

DP 56: THE LUSTRE™ REGISTRY: A NOVEL STUDY OF CP FAMILIES WITH STORED UMBILICAL CORD BLOOD - INITIAL FINDINGS

DP 57: INTEGRATING APPS INTO INPATIENT REHABILITATION TEACHING

DP 58: THE EXPERIENCE OF CAREGIVERS OF CHILDREN WITH MEDICAL COMPLEXITY RECEIVING BLENDERIZED TUBE FEEDING: A QUALITATIVE STUDY

DP 59: ACUPUNCTURE AS AN ADJUNCT TREATMENT FOR SYMPTOM MANAGEMENT IN THE MEDICALLY COMPLEX CHILD

DP 60: PROVIDING HOPES: PHYSICAL THERAPIST AND SPEECH LANGUAGE-PATHOLOGIST COLLABORATING IN PROVIDING COMMUNICATION OPPORTUNITIES FOR A MEDICALLY COMPLEX STUDENT

DP 61: CONSUMER PARTNERSHIPS IN RESEARCH: THE EYE-GAZE CONTROL TECHNOLOGY STUDY

DP 62: TRANSITION OF MEDICALLY COMPLEX YOUTH TO ADULT PRIMARY CARE: SUCCESSES AND CHALLENGES OVER FOUR YEARS

DP 63: FEEDING BEHAVIORS OF CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS AND THEIR PARENTS