71st Annual Meeting

Evaluations

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Overall Meeting

Overall Meeting Evaluation

General Sessions

General Session: Thursday Morning

General Session: Thursday Afternoon

General Session: Thursday Afternoon

General Session: Friday Morning

General Session: Friday Afternoon

General Session: Saturday Morning

Free Paper Presentations

Free Paper A: Ortho Hip

Free Paper B: Etiology, Epidemiology & Neuroimaging

Free Paper C: Therapy

Free Paper D: Upper Limb & Miscellaneous

Free Paper E: Spasticity Management

Free Paper F: Population Based, Mental Health & Adult Issues

Free Paper G: Cost, Disparity and Referral Patterns

Free Paper H: Muscle Architecture & Strength

Free Paper I: Orthopedics: Foot, Knee & Spine

Free Paper J: Early Intervention & Early Motor Assessment

Free Paper K: Upper Extremity

Free Paper L: Movement Disorder Robotics and Technology

Pre-Conference Sessions

EPIGENETICS SYMPOSIUM: ENVIRONMENTAL AND GENOMIC FACTORS IN NEURODEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES

ULTRASOUND SYMPOSIUM: NEUROMUSCULAR ULTRASOUND: HANDS ON ULTRASOUND TRAINING COURSE FOR CHEMODENERVATION PROCEDURES

GCMAS SYMPOSIUM: QUANTITATIVE TECHNIQUES FOR ASSESSMENT OF UPPER EXTREMITY MOVEMENT DYSFUNCTION

PC 1: COLLABORATIVE DEVELOPMENTAL MONITORING TO PROVIDE OPTIMAL INDIVIDUALIZED SERVICES FOR CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY

PC 2: A MULTIDISCIPLINARY ROADMAP TO NAVIGATING PAIN IN ADULTS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY

Other Events

Ipsen Presentation Lunch- NON CME

Breakfast Seminars

BRK01: A PRACTICAL APPROACH TO GENETIC TESTING FOR CHILDREN WITH NEURODEVELOPMENTAL DISORDERS

BRK02: A PROGRAM TO MEASURE WALKING ACTIVITY PRE AND POST SURGERY IN YOUTH WITH CEREBRAL PALSY

BRK03: COMPETENCE IN COMPLEX CARE: EDUCATIONAL APPROACHES TO EMPOWER FUTURE HEALTHCARE TEAMS

BRK04: MORE THAN “JUST DATA”: GETTING THE MOST OUT OF A CEREBRAL PALSY REGISTER

BRK05: READY TO EAT? CAN TRAINING CAREGIVERS IMPROVE PARTICIPATION IN FEEDING FOR CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY

BRK06: SLEEP PROBLEMS IN THE CHILD WITH PHYSICAL DISABILITIES

BRK07: SO YOU WANT TO BUILD A ROBOT FOR REHABILITATION....

BRK08: UNDERSTANDING THE SPEED OF AGING IN ADULTS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY

BRK09: WHEN A PICTURE PAINTS A THOUSAND WORDS: ACCURATE DESCRIPTION AND APPLICATION OF THE GROSS MOTOR FUNCTION CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM

BRK10: YES, CLINICAL RESEARCH CAN BE DONE IN YOUR BUSY PRACTICE!

BRK11: A MODEL FOR CARE COORDINATION IN A PRIMARY MEDICAL & ORTHOPEDIC CEREBRAL PALSY CENTER

BRK12: BOTULINUM TOXIN A AND SPASTIC EQUINUS – WHEN TO START, HOW OFTEN AND WHEN TO STOP: A ROAD MAP FOR MANAGEMENT

BRK13: CEREBRAL VISUAL IMPAIRMENT IN INFANCY: FROM NEUROPLASTICITY TO INTERVENTION

BRK14: COMPLEX CARE MEETS BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING: A PARTNERSHIP THAT WORKS

BRK15: DARE GREATLY: INVOLVING YOUTH WITH NEURODEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES AS CO-RESEARCHERS

BRK16: INTERPRETING HIP SURVEILLANCE X-RAYS WITH THE HIPSCREEN APP: A PRIMER FOR THE RADIOLOGY NOVICE

BRK17: MEET ME IN THE ARENA: FIGHTING FOR RECREATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR CHILDREN AND YOUTH WITH DISABILITIES

BRK18: QUALITY IMPROVEMENT THROUGH THE CEREBRAL PALSY RESEARCH NETWORK

BRK19: READING BETWEEN THE LINES: USING METABOLIC AND GENETIC TESTING TO FURTHER ASSESS PATIENTS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY

BRK20: SPINA BIFIDA: MANAGEMENT TOWARDS AN OPTIMAL UPRIGHT STANDING AND WALKINGBRK21: BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN NEUROSCIENCE AND CLINICAL RESEARCH IN UNILATERAL CEREBRAL PALSY

BRK21: BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN NEUROSCIENCE AND CLINICAL RESEARCH IN UNILATERAL CEREBRAL PALSY

BRK22: CHALLENGING CLINICAL SCENARIOS WHERE RETINAL SCANNING FOR COMMUNICATION CAN BE SUCCESSFUL

BRK23: DYSTONIA, SPASTICITY AND CHOREOATHETOSIS: HOW TO RECOGNIZE, DISCRIMINATE AND MEASURE THEM IN CEREBRAL PALSY?

BRK24: FACILITATING PARENT PARTICIPATION IN INTENSIVE THERAPIES: THE PARENTS AS PARTNERS APPROACH

BRK25: INCORPORATING RESISTANCE TRAINING INTO EPISODIC CARE IMPROVES FUNCTION AND PARTICIPATION IN YOUTH WITH CEREBRAL PALSY

BRK26: MOTOR LEARNING IN PEDIATRIC REHABILITATION: THEORY, RESEARCH AND PRACTICE

BRK27: NEUROPATHIC PAIN IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY

BRK28: STEP INTO THEIR SHOES: BURNOUT WITHIN FAMILIES CARING FOR CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS

BRK29: TACTILE INTERVENTION FOR CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY: A FRAMEWORK TO GUIDE CLINICAL REASONING AND FUTURE RESEARCH

BRK30: TRANSITIONING ADOLESCENTS AND YOUNG ADULTS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY INTO THE ADULT MILIEU OF HEALTH CARE AND THE WORLD BEYOND

Instructional Courses

IC01: A MULTI-DISCIPLINARY APPROACH TO SURGERY FOR TREATING HIP DISPLACEMENT: A PERI-OPERATIVE JOURNEY FROM PLANNING TO OUTCOMES

IC02: APPLICATION OF MIYOGA, A NOVEL EMBODIED MINDFULNESS MOVEMENT PROGRAM, FOR CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY

IC03: DIFFERENTIATING BETWEEN PRIMARY, SECONDARY AND COMPENSATORY MECHANISMS IN GAIT IN PERSONS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY

IC04: FUNCTIONAL NEAR-INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY (FNIRS): A NOVEL EMERGING MOBILE BRAIN IMAGING TECHNOLOGY FOR INVESTIGATION OF CORTICAL ACTIVATION DURING FUNCTIONAL MOTOR TASKS IN INDIVIDUALS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY

IC05: HYPERTONIA MANAGEMENT IN CEREBRAL PALSY: PAST IDEAS AND LESSONS, CURRENT PRACTICE AND OUTCOMES, FUTURE INNOVATIONS AND POSSIBILITIES

IC06: MAXIMIZE NEUROPLASTICITY AND MINIMIZE MALADAPTIVE HABITS IN CHILDREN AND TEENAGERS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY

IC07: PATIENT REPORTED OUTCOMES: STATE OF THE SCIENCE 2017

IC08: PRINCIPLES AND BASICS OF CLINICAL RESEARCH FOR CLINICIANS

IC09: STEPPING INTO PHYSICAL THERAPY MANAGEMENT FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY FOLLOWING SINGLE EVENT MULTI-LEVEL SURGERY

IC10: THE NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF NEUROLOGICAL DISORDERS AND STROKE (NINDS) AND AMERICAN ACADEMY OF CEREBRAL PALSY AND DEVELOPMENTAL MEDICINE (AACPDM) CEREBRAL PALSY COMMON DATA ELEMENTS (CDE) RECOMMENDATIONS

IC11: THE SINGLE EVENT MULTI-LEVEL SURGERY (SEMLS) WENT WELL, NOW WHAT? AN EVIDENCED-BASED GUIDE TO MANAGEMENT IN THE FIRST YEAR AFTER SURGERY TO IMPROVE GAIT

IC12: THE YEAR’S TOP TEN ARTICLES ON DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES

IC13: USING COGNITIVE TRAINING (CO-OP APPROACH) AS A REHABILITATIVE TOOL FOR CHILDREN WITH NEURODEVELOPMENTAL DISORDERS INCLUDING CEREBRAL PALSY

IC14: A MULTIDISCIPLINARY APPROACH TO IMPROVING GAIT IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY WITH RHIZOTOMY: PATIENT SELECTION, SHORT TERM OUTCOMES AND LONG TERM OUTCOMES

IC15: AN OVERVIEW AND UPDATE OF EVALUATION AND MANAGEMENT OF PAIN IN PEOPLE WITH CEREBRAL PALSY

IC16: BRAIN STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY: STATE OF THE CLINICAL SCIENCE

IC17: ETHICAL ISSUES IN NEURODEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITY: AN OPEN FORUM ON PROCESSES TO ADDRESS THEM

IC18: EVALUATION OF ORTHOSIS FUNCTION IN CHILDREN WITH NEUROMUSCULAR DISORDERS USING MOTION ANALYSIS OUTCOMES

IC19: GAIT ANALYSIS AT YOUR FINGERTIPS: ENHANCING OBSERVATIONAL GAIT ANALYSIS USING MOBILE DEVICE TECHNOLOGY AND THE EDINBURGH VISUAL GAIT SCALE

IC20: HOW TO INCORPORATE MOTOR LEARNING STRATEGIES INTO MOTOR SKILLS-BASED INTERVENTIONS FOR CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY

IC21: INTRODUCTION TO THE NEW AACPDM HIP SURVEILLANCE CARE PATHWAY FOR CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY: WHAT'S THE CONSENSUS? HOW CAN IT BE IMPLEMENTED?

IC22: MEASURING THE QUALITY OF LIFE (QOL) OF CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY: CHOOSING THE BEST INSTRUMENTS

IC23: ORTHOPAEDIC SURGERY FOR THE SPINE AND LOWER LIMB IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY

IC24: PEARLS AND PITFALLS OF PARTICIPATION-FOCUSED INTERVENTIONS FOR CHILDREN WITH PHYSICAL DISABILITIES

IC25: PROVIDING POWER MOBILITY FOR CHILDREN WITH MULTIPLE, SEVERE DISABILITIES: TRAINING METHODS AND OUTCOMES

IC26: TRANSFORMING HEALTHCARE FOR WOMEN WITH DISABILITIES: EDUCATIONAL TOOLS TO PROMOTE SEXUAL AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH FOR YOUNG WOMEN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY

IC27: TROUBLE-SHOOTING FOR CAREGIVERS OF CHILDREN WITH TRACHEOSTOMIES OR HOME CARE VENTILATORS IN THE OUTPATIENT SETTING

IC28: ADAPTIVE SPORTS AND ACTIVITY TRACKING FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY (CP)

IC29: ASSESSMENT AND TREATMENT OF ADULT PATIENTS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY AND COMORBID DEPRESSION

IC30: BEYOND RCTS: PRODUCING HIGH LEVEL EVIDENCE USING SINGLE CASE EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN TRIALS

IC31: CLINICAL TOOLS FOR ASSESSMENT OF SELECTIVE VOLUNTARY MOTOR CONTROL IN PATIENTS WITH SPASTIC CEREBRAL PALSY: SELECTIVE CONTROL ASSESSEMENT OF THE LOWER EXTREMITY (SCALE) AND TEST OF ARM SELECTIVE CONTROL (TASC)

IC32: HIP SURVEILLANCE AND MANAGEMENT IN PRACTICE: FROM INITIATION OF SURVEILLANCE TO SURGERY AND BEYOND

IC33: NEURO-ORTHOPAEDIC JOURNAL CLUB: TOP 10 ARTICLES IN THE LAST YEAR RELATING TO THE ORTHOPAEDIC MANAGEMENT OF CHILDREN WITH NEUROMUSCULAR DISORDERS

IC34: PAIN ASSESSMENT WITHOUT BORDERS: KEEPING CHRONIC PAIN ASSESSMENT AT THE FOREFRONT OF CARE FOR CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY

IC35: STEPPING INTO THE ARENA: NEUROPLASTICITY IN CHILDREN AND ADULTS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY

IC36: SUPPORTING THE MENTAL HEALTH OF MOTHERS OF CHILDREN WITH A DISABILITY: BUILDING THE CAPACITY OF HEALTH PROFESSIONALS AND EARLY INTERVENTION SERVICES

IC37: TREADMILL PROTOCOLS ACROSS AGES AND STAGES: A FRESH LOOK AT DOSAGE

IC38: ULTRASOUND GUIDED INJECTIONS USING ALCOHOL AND PHENOL IN SPASTICITY MANAGEMENT

IC39: WHEN SPASTICITY AND DYSTONIA CO-EXIST: RE-THINKING CP MOTOR CLASSIFICATION AND MEASUREMENT

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