71st Annual Meeting

Posters


Scientific Posters

SP 1: DURATION AND EFFICACY OF REPEAT SALIVARY GLAND ONABOTULINUM TOXIN-A INJECTION: A RETROSPECTIVE COHORT STUDY

SP 2: EFFICACY AND NEGATIVE OUTCOME PROFILE OF SINGLE EVENT MULTILEVEL ONABOTULINUMTOXIN A INJECTIONS FOR SIALORRHEA AND SPASTICITY IN PEDIATRIC PATIENTS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY

SP 3: SEVERITY OF CEREBRAL PALSY AND INCIDENCE OF ADVERSE EVENTS FOLLOWING BOTULINUM TOXIN A INJECTIONS

SP 4: ABOBOTULINUMTOXINA INJECTION IN MUSCLES OUTSIDE THE GASTROCNEMIUS-SOLEUS COMPLEX IN PEDIATRIC PATIENTS WITH LOWER LIMB SPASTICITY

SP 5: TREATMENT OF PEDIATRIC IDIOPATHIC TOE WALKING WITH AND WITHOUT BOTULINUM TOXIN AND ANKLE FOOT ORTHOSIS

SP 6: UPPER LIMB THREE-DIMENSIONAL MOTION ANALYSIS: A COMPARISON BETWEEN CHILDREN WITH UNILATERAL CEREBRAL PALSY AND TYPICALLY DEVELOPING CHILDREN USING STATISTICAL PARAMETRIC MAPPING

SP 7: BALANCE EVALUATION SYSTEMS TEST (BESTEST) AND THE MINI-BESTEST: REPRODUCIBILITY IN SCHOOL-AGED CHILDREN

SP 8: HOW DOES HEMISPHERECTOMY AFFECT GAIT?

SP 9: ACCURACY OF ACTIVITY MONITORS FOR MEASURING WALKING ACTIVITY IN AMBULATORY CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY

SP 10: INTERACTION BETWEEN CLINICAL ASSESSMENT OF HAMSTRING SPASTICITY AND ADAPTATIONS IN WALKING KINEMATICS IN CHILDREN WITH DIPLEGIC CEREBRAL PALSY

SP 11: A PRELIMINARY EVALUATION OF GAIT CHANGES AFTER ORTHOPAEDIC SURGERY IN ADOLESCENTS WITH CHARCOT-MARIE-TOOTH

SP 12: THE GAIT OUTCOMES ASSESSMENT LIST (GOAL): RESPONSIVENESS TO CHANGE IN GAIT FUNCTION FOR CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY

SP 13: ‘TRAVELS’ IMPAIRMENTS PREDICT GROSS MOTOR FUNCTION AND PARTICIPATION OF SCHOOL-AGED CHILDREN WITH ACHONDROPLASIA

SP 14: BODY STRUCTURE, FUNCTION, ACTIVITY AND PARTICIPATION IN PRESCHOOL AGED CHILDREN BORN PRETERM. A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND META-ANALYSIS USING THE INTERNATIONAL CLASSIFICATION OF FUNCTIONING, DISABILITY AND HEALTH FRAMEWORK

SP 15: MEASURING NEUROPLASTICITY IN CEREBRAL PALSY: WHAT COHORT SIZES ARE NEEDED FOR MR IMAGING?

SP 16: OUTCOME OF SELECTIVE MOTOR FASICULOTOMY IN THE MANAGEMENT OF LOWER LIMB SPASTICITY DUE TO CEREBRAL PALSY (A PROSPECTIVE COHORT STUDY IN 23 CHILDREN)

SP 17: BRAINSTEM AND PERI-ROLANDIC INJURY AFFECTS THE PRACTICAL WAY OF FEEDING AMONG THE CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY DUE TO BASAL GANGLIA AND THALAMIC INJURY

SP 18: THE SEQUENCE OF SURGICAL MANAGEMENT OF CONCOMITANT SCOLIOSIS AND HIP DYSPLASIA IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY: A DELPHI EXPERT OPINION SURVEY

SP 19: BIOMECHANICAL COMPARISON OF TWO DIFFERENT BLADE PLATE DESIGNS IN SIMULATED PROXIMAL FEMORAL VARUS OSTEOTOMIES

SP 20: CERVICAL SPINAL STENOSIS IN ADULTS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY – A HIDDEN EPIDEMIC?

SP 21: EFFECT OF A MINIMALLY INVASIVE, LOW COST, SINGLE EVENT MULTILEVEL MUSCULOSKELETAL SURGERY ON GROSS MOTOR FUNCTION AND MOBILITY IN CHILDREN WITH DYSKINETIC CEREBRAL PALSY

SP 22: RADIATION PROPHYLAXIS FOR HIP SALVAGE SURGERY IN CEREBRAL PALSY – CAN WE REDUCE THE INCIDENCE OF HETEROTOPIC OSSIFICATION?

SP 23: POSTURAL MANAGEMENT TO REDUCE OR PREVENT HIP MIGRATION IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW

SP 24: FACTORS INFLUENCING OUTCOMES AFTER MEDIAL HAMSTRING LENGTHENING WITH SEMITENDINOSUS TRANSFER IN PATIENTS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY

SP 25: IMPLEMENTATION OF A HIP SURVEILLANCE CARE ALGORITHM FOR CEREBRAL PALSY: A QUALITY IMPROVEMENT PROJECT

SP 26: LONG-TERM OUTCOMES FOLLOWING CONSERVATIVE MANAGEMENT OF IDIOPATHIC TOE WALKING

SP 27: LONG-TERM OUTCOME FOR >10 YEARS AFTER FEMORAL DEROTATION OSTEOTOMY IN AMBULATORY PATIENTS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY

SP 28: DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF A MOBILE APPLICATION FOR THREE-DIMENSIONAL RECONSTRUCTION OF FEMUR IMAGES FROM TWO UNCALIBRATED RADIOGRAPHS

SP 29: THE INCREASE OF ANTERIOR PELVIC TILT AFTER CROUCH GAIT TREATMENT IN CEREBRAL PALSY

SP 30: REDUCTION OF INTERNAL HIP ROTATION DURING GAIT IN CEREBRAL PALSY AFTER SEMLS – IS IT POSSIBLE WITHOUT THE USE OF FEMORAL DEROTATIONAL OSTEOTOMY?

SP 31: LONG-TERM OUTCOMES FOLLOWING HIP RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY

SP 32: FATE OF STABLE HIP AFTER PROPHYLACTIC FEMORAL VARIZATION OSTEOTOMY IN PATIENTS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY

SP 33: A PROSPECTIVE STUDY OF PAIN PRE- AND POST-INTRATHECAL BACLOFEN PUMP IMPLANT IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY

SP 34: ENHANCED PERIOPERATIVE PAIN MANAGEMENT IN CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES UNDERGOING LOWER EXTREMITY ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY: DOES THE ADDITION OF STEROIDS PROLONG THE EFFECTIVENESS OF REGIONAL BLOCKS?

SP 35: STANDARDIZED CLINICAL ASSESSMENT OF CHRONIC PAIN IN CHILDREN AND ADULTS WITH INTRATHECAL BACLOFEN PUMPS

SP 36: USE OF A PAIN-COPING ASSESSMENT TO ENHANCE UNDERSTANDING OF PAIN IN INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES

SP 37: CORRELATION OF SPASTICITY AND PAIN IN ADULTS AND ADOLESCENTS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY

SP 38: PARTICIPATION AND GOAL-ORIENTED METACOGNITIVE INTERVENTION AND SELF-EFFICACY IN CHILDREN AND YOUTH WITH DYSTONIA AND OTHER HYPERKINETIC MOVEMENT DISORDERS

SP 40: EAT, SLEEP, PLAY, CONNECT - PARTICIPATION OUTCOME MEASURES FOR INFANTS BIRTH TO TWO YEARS: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW

SP 41: ENABLING PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PARTICIPATION FOR CHILDREN AND YOUTH WITH DISABILITIES: A KNOWLEDGE-TO-ACTION APPROACH

SP 42: THE IMPACT OF INITIAL POWER MOBILITY ON FUNCTIONAL INDEPENDENCE AND PARTICIPATION

SP 43: EXERCISE INTERVENTIONS IMPROVE GROSS MOTOR FUNCTION IN SCHOOL-AGED CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW

SP 44: INVESTIGATION OF SENSORY PROCESSING SKILLS IN PRETERM AND TERM INFANTS

SP 45: WHAT DOES THE FINISH LINE LOOK LIKE? A THEMATIC ANALYSIS OF DESIRED END-OF-TREATMENT SCENARIOS IN CLIENT-IDENTIFIED GOALS

SP 46: CHANGES IN PROBLEM SOLVING, READINESS FOR ADVOCACY, AND PARTICIPATION: COMPARING AN ENVIRONMENT-FOCUSED INTERVENTION WITH GOAL SETTING ONLY FOR TRANSITION AGE YOUTH WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES

SP 47: THE USE OF TENS WITH ADOLESCENTS AND ADULTS WITH CHILDHOOD-ONSET CONDITIONS

SP 48: THE HAMMERSMITH INFANT NEUROLOGICAL EXAMINATION (HINE) ASYMMETRY SCORE IMPROVES DETECTION OF HEMIPLEGIC CEREBRAL PALSY (CP) IN INFANTS UNDER 2

SP 49: EFFECTIVENESS OF AQUATIC THERAPY INTERVENTIONS IN THE MANAGEMENT OF CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW

SP 50: MUSCLE TONE MEASURES FOR CHILDREN AGED 0 TO 12 YEARS: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW

SP 51: TASK-SPECIFIC GROSS MOTOR SKILLS TRAINING FOR AMBULANT SCHOOL AGED CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW

SP 52: THE EFFECTS OF TREADMILL TRAINING IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW

SP 53: EVALUATION OF AGE-RELATED CHANGES AND NORMATIVE VALUES OF MEASURES OF PHYSICAL EXAMINATION FOR ASSESSING ADOLESCENTS AND ADULTS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY

SP 54: DIFFERENCES IN BODY COMPOSITION ACCORDING TO GROSS MOTOR FUNCTION IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY

SP 55: IS OXYGEN COST STABLE ACROSS THREE SELF-SELECTED WALKING SPEEDS IN AMBULANT YOUTH WITH CEREBRAL PALSY AT GMFCS LEVELS I, II AND III?

SP 56: PEDI-CAT: CROSS-CULTURAL VALIDATION FOR CHILDREN IN THE NETHERLANDS

"SP 57: CONCURRENT VALIDITY OF THE BAYLEY COGNITIVE SUBTEST AND EARLY PROBLEM SOLVING INDICATOR IN INFANTS WITH NEUROMOTOR IMPAIRMENTS"

SP 58: OCCUPATIONAL AND PHYSICAL THERAPY INTERVENTIONS FOR CHILDREN WITH CENTRAL HYPOTONIA

SP 59: CORTICAL/CEREBRAL VISUAL IMPAIRMENT (CVI) IS ASSOCIATED WITH LOCALIZED PATTERNS OF DECREASED CORTICAL GYRIFICATION

SP 60: VISUAL IMPAIRMENT IN INFANTS WITH BRAIN LESIONS: FROM EARLY DETECTION TO EARLY INTERVENTION

SP 61: SIBLING UMBILICAL CORD BLOOD INFUSION IS SAFE IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY

SP 62: VALIDATING RISK ASSESSMENTS THAT DETERMINE VULNERABILITY FOR CHOKING AND PNEUMONIA IN ADULTS WITH INTELLECTUAL AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITY

SP 63: PROMPT REFERRAL FOR DIAGNOSIS OF CEREBRAL PALSY: FROM CURRENT-PRACTICES TO BEST-PRACTICES

SP 64: CLINICAL USEFULNESS OF CONDUCTING BOTH VIDEO FLUOROSCOPIC SWALLOWING STUDY (VFSS) AND SALIVARY GLAND SCAN (SGS) IN CHILDREN

SP 65: ASSOCIATED IMPAIRMENTS AMONG CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY IN RURAL BANGLADESH: FINDINGS FROM THE BANGLADESH CEREBRAL PALSY REGISTER (BCPR)

SP 66: KEYS TO EFFECTIVE JOB MATCHING FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES

SP 67: ONLINE PEER MENTORSHIP PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN AND YOUTH WITH NEURODEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES AND THEIR CAREGIVERS: A SCOPING REVIEW

SP 68: CONNECTING: THE PARENTING EXPERIENCES OF FATHERS OF CHILDREN WITH NEURODISABILITIES

"SP 69: THE 'TRUE' PREVALENCE AND RISK FACTORS OF DEPRESSION IN ADULTS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY"

SP 70: THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN THE ADAPTIVE BEHAVIOURS, PERSONAL FACTORS AND PARTICIPATION OF CHILDREN WITH AND WITHOUT A HISTORY OF PRETERM BIRTH

SP 71: ON THE NATURE OF SPACE PERCEPTION IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY: A DEFICIT OF HEMINEGLECT OR EXECUTIVE FUNCTION?

SP 72: DEVELOPMENT AND SENSIBILITY EVALUATION OF THE MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY CHILD HEALTH INDEX OF LIFE WITH DISABILITIES QUESTIONNAIRE

Demonstration Posters

DP 1: ACUTE FLACCID PARALYSIS: A NEW CHALLENGE IN CHILDHOOD DISABILITY

DP 2: RISK FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH CEREBRAL PALSY IN A MEXICAN COMMUNITY

DP 3: SAFE ADMINISTRATION OF ORAL BACLOFEN IN PATIENTS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY

DP 4: USE OF PEDIATRIC INTRATHECAL BACLOFEN PUMP COMPLICATION ALGORITHM IN A TERTIARY CARE SETTING

DP 5: INTEGRATING ETHICS IN PAEDIATRIC TO ADULT TRANSITIONAL CARE PROGRAMS FOR YOUTH WITH NEURODISABILITIES: EXPLORING THE NEED FOR A CLINICAL GUIDANCE TOOL

DP 6: THE ENDURING EFFECTS OF CONGENITAL HEART DEFECT ON STRUCTURAL BRAIN DEVELOPMENT: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW

DP 7: DESIGN AND COLLABORATION : BUILDING THE BOT FAMILY

DP 8: DEVELOPMENT OF A PEDIATRIC UPPER LIMB SPASTICITY HOME EXERCISE PROGRAM FOR USE IN A PHASE III STUDY OF ABOBOTULINUMTOXINA

DP 9: THE COST OF A BETTER LIFE FOR CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY IN SOUTH KOREA

DP 10: ACCESS TO PLAY THROUGH COMMUNITY-BUILT CARDBOARD CO-DESIGN SOLUTIONS

DP 11: MAPPING INCLUSION: NEIGHBORHOOD DISABILITY RATES AND ACCESSIBILITY OF MUNICIPAL PARKS IN SYRACUSE, NEW YORK

DP 12: INSTRUMENTED MOVEMENT ANALYSIS TO QUANTIFY GAIT IN CEREBRAL PALSY USING WEARABLE INERTIAL SENSORS

DP 13: USING TELEHEALTH TO EXPAND AND ENHANCE THE PATIENT-CENTERED MEDICAL HOME FOR CHILDREN WITH MEDICAL COMPLEXITY

DP 14: CONSTRAINT-INDUCED MOVEMENT THERAPY IN A BOX: READY, SET, GO!

DP 15: OUTPATIENT PEDIATRIC REHABILITATION SERVICES: TRANSITIONING SERVICES FROM A TRADITIONAL SERVICE DELIVERY MODEL TO INTENSIVE THERAPY PROGRAMS

DP 16: 'APPLYING THE COMMON BRIEF ICF CORE SET FOR CP AS A FAMILY-CENTERED TOOL IN SPAIN'

DP 17: HOME-BASED VIDEO APPLICATION TO QUANTIFY INFANT POSTURAL CONTROL AND MOVEMENT

DP 18: MEETING THE NEEDS OF FAMILIES USING AN INNOVATIVE NETWORK MODEL CHILDREN’S TREATMENT CENTRE

DP 19: GAITASSIST: A NOVEL ORTHOSIS TO IMPROVE GAIT IN CHILDREN WITH DIPLEGIC CEREBRAL PALSY

DP 20: OUTCOMES OF EXTREMELY PRETERM INFANTS AT 18 MONTHS: CONTRAST BETWEEN MEDICAL CATEGORIZATION AND PARENTAL PERSPECTIVES

DP 21: PERSPECTIVES ON REHABILITATION FOR CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY: EXPLORING A CROSS-CULTURAL VIEW OF PARENTS FROM INDIA AND CANADA USING THE INTERNATIONAL CLASSIFICATION OF FUNCTIONING, DISABILITY AND HEALTH

DP 22: DEVELOPMENT OF A VIDEO LIBRARY FOR TRAINING AND RELIABILITY ASSESSMENT OF EVALUATORS IN SPINAL MUSCULAR ATROPHY TRIALS

DP 23: FROM PATERNALISM TO PARTNERSHIP; DISSEMINATING RESOURCES TO EMPOWER THERAPY PRACTITIONERS TO PROVIDE SUCCESSFUL FAMILY-CENTERED, EPISODIC TREATMENT SERVICES

DP 24: IMPROVEMENT OF PHYSICAL FUNCTION IN A CHILD WITH STROKE-INDUCED HEMIPLEGIA IN THE CHRONIC PHASE AFTER BOTULINUM TOXIN INJECTION AND HAND-ARM BIMANUAL INTENSIVE THERAPY WITH AN EXOSKELETON SUIT

DP 25: EARLY MOBILIZATION IN CHILDREN WITH CHRONIC MEDICAL CONDITIONS ADMITTED TO THE PEDIATRIC INTENSIVE CARE UNIT

DP 26: SUCCESSFUL QUALITY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM TO ELIMINATE RISK OF WITHDRAWAL ASSOCIATED WITH MISSED BACLOFEN PUMP REFILLS

DP 27: SIMULTANEOUS ISOMETRIC TORQUE MEASUREMENT AT MULTIPLE JOINTS IN THE LOWER EXTREMITIES OF CHILDREN AND ADULTS

DP 28: ADAPTED VIDEO GAMES AND LIFE SATISFACTION IN ADOLESCENTS WITH CHILDHOOD ONSET DISABILITIES

DP 29: CLINICAL GUIDELINES FOR STANDING DEVICES

DP 30: THE DEVELOPMENT OF A MULTI-DISCIPLINARY MULTI-CENTRE TRANSITION CLINIC FOR YOUTH WITH PHYSICAL DISABILITIES: A PILOT PROJECT

DP 31: THERAPEUTIC POWERED MOBILITY 'SUMMER CAMP' FOR CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY AND OTHER COMPLEX DISABILITIES

DP 32: “MOVEMENT FOR LIFE” INTERABILITA – PEDIATRIC NEUROFUNCTIONAL PHYSIOTHERAPY AND SOCIAL SERVICE – FECI ( FOUNDATION FOR EDUCATION AND CULTURE OF SPORT CLUB INTERNACIONAL)

DP 33: DO WE KNOW HOW TO TREAT FEEDING DIFFICULTIES AND DYSPHAGIA IN INFANTS AT RISK OF CEREBRAL PALSY?

DP 34: TESTING NOVEL MEASURES OF COMMUNITY INTEGRATION FOR ADULTS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY WITHIN THE UNITED STATES AND AUSTRALIA

DP 35: A COLLABORATIVE QUALITY IMPROVEMENT INITIATIVE: SERIAL CASTING SERVICE DELIVERY FOR CHILDREN AND YOUTH WITH CEREBRAL PALSY

DP 36: IMPROVING UNDERSTANDING OF GAIT ANALYSIS DATA IN CLINICAL-DECISION-MAKING: USING MODELED MUSCLE-TENDON LENGTH AND VELOCITY

DP 37: DOES PARTICIPATING IN A SUPERVISED FITNESS PROGRAM EXTEND THE BENEFITS OF EPISODIC PHYSICAL THERAPY MORE THAN A HOME EXERCISE PROGRAM FOR ADULTS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY?

DP 38: SCOOTERING FOR CHILDREN IS MORE THAN FUN; AN APPEALING APPROACH TO IMPROVE FUNCTION AND PROMOTE FITNESS

DP 39: THE GROSS MOTOR FUNCTION MEASURE: WHAT'S APP?