AACPDM

Full Program

Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Pre-conference courses are an excellent way to increase your total CME and receive specialized instruction from experts in the field.

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Pre-Conference Courses - Additional Registration is Required
View course description by clicking on the course title; course descriptions will be added as they are finalized.
10:00 am - 2:00 pm Use of Motion Analysis to Identify and Treat Patients with Hereditary Spastic Paraplegia (HSP)Michelle Christie, MD; Sylvia Ounpuu, MSc; Kristan Pierz, MD; Allison Scott, MD; Lane Wimberly, MD; Jean Stout, PT; Christina Bickley, PT

This course will only be available during the scheduled live session; this course will not be made available to access on-demand after the live session concludes.
10:00 am - 2:00 pm Robotic Rehabilitation: Evidence-based Training of Balance, Posture, Mobility and Gait Sunil K. Agrawal, PhD, Joseph Dutkowsky, MD, Diane Damiano, PT, PhD, Andrew Gordon, PhD, Cole Galloway, PhD, PT, Deborah Gaebler-Spira, MD, David P. Roye, MD, Heakyung Kim, MD, Rosemarie Murray, PhD Student, Danielle Stramel, PhD Student
10:00 am - 2:00 pm Pain and Fatigue in Adults with CP: From State-of-Science to Treatment Options Marij E. Roebroeck, PhD; Deborah E. Thorpe, PT, PhD; Caitlin Cassidy; Mark Peterson, PhD; Elisabet Rodby-Bousquet, PhD, Prue E. Morgan, BAppSc (PT), MAppSc (PT), PhD; Laura Brunton, PT, PhD; Heidi Haapala, MD; David Frumberg; on behalf of the Lifespan Care Committee
10:00 am - 12:30 pm Hammersmith Infant Neurological Examination Clinical Workshop (HINE) for Telehealth Nathalie Maitre, MD, PhD; Rachel Byrne, PT

Please be advised that the HINE for Telehealth Course is only open to those who have previously taken the in-person training.

This course will only be available during the scheduled live session; this course will not be made available to access on-demand after the live session concludes.
3:00 pm - 7:00 pm Epigenomics: DNA Methylation Robert Akins, PhD; Adam Marsh, PhD; Cecilia Arighi, PhD; Karin Robinson, MS; Stephanie Lee, MS; Erin Crowgey, PhD
3:00 pm - 7:00 pm Practical Approaches to Complex Care: Building your Clinical and Teaching Toolkit for Respiratory Care Kilby Mann, MD; Emily Goodwin, MD; Kathleen Huth, MD, MMSc,  Kurtis T. Sobush, MD

 

Thursday, September 24, 2020

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Lunch & Learn Seminars (formerly 'Breakfast Seminars')
11:00 am - 12:00 pm, CDT; all "Lunch and Learn Seminars" run concurrently
LL01: "We don't have access to all things": Supportive Mobility from the Lived Perspective of People with Cerebral Palsy Across the Lifespan Kristie Bjornson, PT, PhD; Heather A. Feldner, PT, PhD, PCS; Deborah Gaebler-Spira, MD
LL02: Acute Flaccid Myelitis(AFM): A formidable malady in the 21st century Rajashree Srinivasan, MBBS; Laura L. Owens
LL03: Advances in clinical and instrumental evaluation of oropharyngeal dysphagia in infants and young children with cerebral palsy │  Amanda Khamis, B.App.Sc. (Sp Path); Katherine Benfer, Doctor of Philosophy; Kelly Weir, BSpThy, MSpPath, Doctor of Philosophy 
LL04: Interpreting Hip Surveillance X-Rays with the HipScreen App: A Primer for the Radiology Novice Vedant A. Kulkarni, MD; Jon R. Davids, MD; Suzanne Bratkovich, MSPT; Pam Thomason, B Phty, M Physio
LL05: It Takes A Village: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Patient and Family Pre-Operative Education │ Jackie Norling, MPT; Amy Grossman, MSW, LICSW; Natalie Kinsky, MS, BA; Sara Moga, MSN, RN, PHN
LL06: Management of the spastic upper extremity in hemiplegic children using a multidisciplinary approach │ Supreet Deshpande, MD; Deborah Bohn, MD
LL07: Navigating the Updated National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke Cerebral Palsy Common Data Elements Website Robin S. Feldman, BS, MBA; Theresa Sukal-Moulton, PT, DPT, PhD; Carolina Mendoza-Puccini, MD
LL08: Pearls and pitfalls of measuring fidelity in early intervention clinical trials for infants at high risk of cerebral palsy Kimberley S. Scott, DPT; Roslyn N. Boyd, PhD; Leanne Sakzewski, PhD, OT; Jill Heathcock, MPT, PhD
LL09: Physical and Mental Health Outcomes in Cerebral Palsy across the Lifespan: Insights from the Clinic and Large Population-Representative CohortsMark Peterson, PhD; Edward A. Hurvitz, MD; Daniel G. Whitney, PhD
LL10: Practical approaches to enhancing compliance with rehabilitation recommendations such as bracing and home exercise programs Nathan S. Rosenberg, MD; Natalie P. Truba, PhD; Catie Christensen, PT, DPT, PCS
LL11: Recent Practice Changing Publications for the Pediatric Complex Care Provider Kristie Malik, MD; Sarah K. Luthy, MD, MSCS; Anna Jesus, MD, MBe; Irene C. Dietz, MD
LL12: Standardizing psychosocial evaluations when assessing candidacy for intrathecal baclofen therapy in children who do not ambulate Fabiola I. Reyes, MD; Holly Roach, OT; Whitney Herge, PhD; Julie Rogers, MSW
LL13: Unmasking the research potential in rare diseases: Creation of a multi-stakeholder registry Noemi Dahan-Oliel, OT, PhD; Vasiliki Betty Darsaklis, OT, MSc; Michael Aiona, MD; Frank Rauch, MD
LL14: Nontraditional Rhizotomy Applications: stepping outside of the box for hemiplegia, diplegic spasticity of non-cerebral origin, nonambulating and adult patients Marcie Ward, MD; Patrick Graupman, MD; Tim Feyma, MD
Break / Get Up and Move Activity  (Yoga: 12:05 pm - 12:20 pm, CDT)
Free Paper Sessions (12:30 pm - 2:15 pm, CDT; "Free Papers Sessions A-D" run concurrently)
Free Paper Session A: Ortho-Lower Extremity
12:30 pm - 12:37 pm A1: Assessing Surgeon Decision Making for Treatment of Unilateral Hip Displacement in Children with Cerebral Palsy Maria Juricic, PT; Stacey Miller, PT; Nandy Fajardo, BS; Judy So, BS; Benjamin Shore, MD MPH; Unni Narayanan, MD; Kishore Mulpuri, MBBS, MS(Ortho), MHSc(Epi)
12:38 pm - 12:45 pm A2: Palliative treatment options for spastic hip dislocations in cerebral palsy children with severe pain complaints Aleksander Koch, MD; Joanna Krasny, MD; Maria Wolff; Marek Jozwiak, PhD
12:46 pm - 12:53 pm A3: Hip Surveillance: A Multi-Disciplinary Quality-Improvement Initiative with Standardized Reporting for Children with Cerebral Palsy Amanda T. Whitaker, MD
12:54 pm - 1:01 pm A4: Surgical Outcomes of Children with Syndromic Hip Dysplasia Sayan De, MD; Wade Coomer, BS; Sophie Seward, BS; Jason Rhodes, MD; Lori Silveira, PhD
1:02 pm - 1:09 pm A5: Intraoperative hip arthrography in neuromuscular hip reconstruction: Can we reliably decide which children require concomitant pelvic osteotomy? │ Colyn Watkins, MD; Laura Lins, MPH; Patricia Miller, MS; Travis Matheney, MD; Brian Snyder, MD PhD; Kemble Wang, MD; H. Kerr Graham, MD; Benjamin Shore, MD MPH
1:24 pm - 1:31 pm A6: Genu Valgum Following Distal Femoral Extension Osteotomy in Children with Cerebral Palsy │ Sayan De, MD; Wade Coomer, BS; Patrick Carry, MS; Marisa Flores, BS; Jason Rhodes, MD
1:32 pm - 1:39 pm A7: Anterior Distal Femoral Hemiepiphysiodesis With and Without Patellar Tendon Advancement for Fixed Knee Contractures in Children With Cerebral PalsyRobert M. Kay, MD; Susan Rethlefsen; Alison Hanson; Tishya Wren; Oussama Abousamra
1:40 pm - 1:47 pm A8: Factors Associated with Gross Motor Recovery during Rehabilitation Following Single-Event Multilevel Surgery (SEMLS) for Youth with Cerebral PalsyNancy Lennon, PT; Grace E. Gerry; Jason Beaman, MPT; Nicole Mamula, OTR/L; Abigail Gilmore, OTR/L; Tim Niiler, PhD, MS, MA, BS; Laura L. Owens, MD
1:48 pm - 1:55 pm A9: Long-term outcomes of femoral derotation osteotomy in ambulatory individuals with cerebral palsyElizabeth R. Boyer, PhD; Kathryn Walt, DPT; Antonio Munoz, MD; Michael Healy, MD; Michael H. Schwartz, PhD; Tom F. Novacheck, MD
1:56 pm - 2:03 pm A10: Does orthopedic surgery mitigate joint pain in individuals with cerebral palsy? Zachary B. Novaczyk, BS; Tom F. Novacheck, MD; Chantel C. Barney, PhD; Frank Symons, PhD; Elizabeth R. Boyer, PhD
Free Paper Session B: Early Intervention
12:30 pm - 12:37 pm B1: Development of Reaching Behaviors Across Time in Infants with Varying Levels of Motor Delay Andrea Baraldi Cunha, PhD; Iryna Babik, PhD; Rachel Gaston; Regina T. Harbourne, PhD; Stacey Dusing, PhD; Sarah Westcott McCoy, PhD; James A. Bovaird, PhD; Michele A. Lobo, PT, PhD
12:38 pm - 12:45 pm

 
B2: Structured neonatal physical therapy (SNP) program in moderate to late preterm (MLP) infants: Outcome on motor, cognition and language development at 3 and 6 months of age Sonia Khurana, PhD; Bhamini K. Rao, PhD; Leslie E. Lewis, MBBS, DCH, DNB; Senthil Kumaran, PhD; Asha Kamath, PhD; Stacey Dusing, PhD
12:46 pm - 12:53 pm
 
B3: Infant Motor Profile: Predictivity  of neurodevelopmental disorders in a population of high-risk infants Giuseppina Sgandurra, MD, PhD; Riccardo Rizzi, MD; Valentina Menici, PT; Veronica Barzacchi, PT; Elena Beani, PT, PhD; Martina Orlando, PT; Matteo Giampietri, MD; Giovanni Cioni, MD
12:54 pm - 1:01 pm
 
B4: Measuring early problem solving skills in young children with motor impairments: A validation study Rebecca M. Molinini, DPT; Natalie A. Koziol, PhD; Tanya Tripathi, PhD; Ketaki Inamdar, MPT; Regina T. Harbourne, PhD; Michele A. Lobo, PT, PhD; Sarah Westcott McCoy, PhD; James A. Bovaird, PhD; Stacey Dusing, PhD
1:02 pm - 1:09 pm B5: Quality of life and Motor impairments identified at 3.5-5.5 years of age using the Movement Assessment Battery for Children-2 Raye-Ann deRegnier, MD; Lynn Boswell, MS; MaryKay Santella, PT; Annamarie Russow, MEd; Deborah Gaebler, MD
1:24 pm - 1:31 pm B6: Relationship between reaching and type of toys in infants with hemiparetic cerebral palsy │ Gardenia O. Barbosa, PhD; Thais Invencao Cabral, PhD; Tanya Tripathi, PhD; Menglin Xu, PhD; Amy Darragh, PhD, OTR; Sharon Ramey, PhD; Stephanie C. DeLuca, PhD; Jill Heathcock, MPT, PhD
1:32 pm - 1:39 pm B7: Effectiveness of associative learning-based interventions on motor, cognitive and feeding outcomes in infants: A Systematic review Ketaki Inamdar, MPT; Sonia Khurana, PhD; Stacey Dusing, PhD
1:40 pm - 1:47 pm B8: Understanding parents’ experiences of their infant’s diagnosis of cerebral palsy and health professionals’ perspectives on early diagnosisCatherine Mak, PhD; Corrine Dickinson; Jeanie Sheffield, PhD; Roslyn N. Boyd, PhD; Koa Whittingham, PhD, BA, B Sc (Hons), MAPS
1:48 pm - 1:55 pm B9: Long term change in object permanence in infants with motor delays: group and individual differences in START-Play and usual Early InterventionKarl Jancart; Regina T. Harbourne, PhD; Stacey Dusing, PhD; Michele Lobo; Natalie A. Koziol, PhD; James A. Bovaird, PhD; Sarah Westcott McCoy, PhD; Lin-Ya Hsu, PhD; Andrea Baraldi Cunha, PhD; Mihee An
Free Paper Session C: Adult
12:30 pm - 12:37 pm
 
C1: An international clinical study on impairments and disability in adults with cerebral palsy as a base for developing an ICF Core Set Suzie Noten, MSc; Elisabet Rodby-Bousquet, PhD; Chonnanid Limsakul, MD; Fay Visser, MSc; Suttipong Tipchatyotin, MD, PhD; Vincent de Groot, MD, PhD; Anneke Grootoonk, PA; Manin Konijnenbelt, Drs; Francisca E. Meuzelaar-Kiezebrink, MD; Wilma M. van der Slot, MD, PhD; Rita J. van den Berg-Emons, PhD; Melissa Selb, MSc; Marij E. Roebroeck, PhD
12:38 pm - 12:45 pm

 
C2: The mortality and chronic disease burden of non-trauma fracture for adults with cerebral palsy Daniel Whitney, PhD; Edward A. Hurvitz, MD; Mark Peterson, PhD
12:46 pm - 12:53 pm
 
C3: Disability due to pain and health related quality of life in adolescents and adults with cerebral palsy living in urban South Africa Roshaan Salie, MSc; Maaike M. Eken, PhD; A G. Fieggen, MD, FCS(SA); Kirsten A. Donald, PhD; Nelleke G. Langerak, MSc, PhD
12:54 pm - 1:01 pm
 
C4: Adults with cerebral palsy report similar levels of patient reported outcomes despite undergoing two distinct spasticity management strategies during childhood: Preliminary results of a long-term multi-center study Meghan E. Munger, MPH; Brian Po-Jung Chen, MD; Elizabeth A. Duffy, MPH; Bruce A. MacWilliams, PhD; Mark L. McMulkin, PhD; Lisa H. Carter, PT; Shelley L. Mader, PT; Brianna Hayes, MS; Tom F. Novacheck, MD; Kristen L. Carroll, MD; Alan k. Stotts, MD; Glen O. Baird, MD; Michael H. Schwartz, PhD
1:02 pm - 1:09 pm C5: Impact of Pain location, intensity, and interference across the adult life course: pilot findings from the Adult Cerebral Palsy Patient Reported Outcomes Registry │ Mary E. Gannotti, PT, PhD; Deborah E. Thorpe, PT, PhD; Edward A. Hurvitz, MD; Garey Noritz, MD; Michael E. Msall; Bethann Sennett, EdD; Linda E. Krach, MD; Henry G. Chambers, MD; Susan Horn, PhD; Paul H. Gross, BA
1:24 pm - 1:31 pm C6: Experiences of Ageing and Sexual and Reproductive  healthcare for women with cerebral palsy (CP) across the life course │ Sonali Shah, PhD; Caroline Bradbury-Jones, PhD; Julie Taylor, PhD
1:32 pm - 1:39 pm C7: Early indicators of cardiovascular disease are evident in children and adolescents with cerebral palsy Nevin Hammam, PhD; Harald Becher, PhD, MD; John Andersen, MD; Patricia J Manns, PhD; Jackie Whittaker, PhD; Lesley Pritchard-Wiart, PhD
1:40 pm - 1:47 pm C8: Determining blood pressure levels in adults with cerebral palsy: a systematic review and meta-analysis of individual participant data Suzie Noten, MSc; Wilma M. van der Slot, MD PhD; Deborah E. Thorpe, PT, PhD; Patricia C. Heyn, PhD; Christina M. Marciniak, MD; Patrick G. McPhee, PhD; Robert P. Lamberts, MSc, PhD, FECSS; Nelleke G. Langerak, MSc, PhD; Olaf Verschuren, PhD; Tommi Salokivi, MD; Katherine Morrison, PhD; Grigorios Papageorgiou, MSc; Rita J. van den Berg-Emons, PhD
1:48 pm - 1:55 pm C9: Physical activity in adults with cerebral palsyMaaike M. Eken, PhD; Thulfieq Behardien, MPH; Roshaan Salie, MSc; Robert Lamberts, PhD; Nelleke G. Langerak, MSc, PhD
1:56 pm - 2:03 pm C10: Microstructural Changes within the Cervical Spinal Cord of Adults with Cerebral Palsy Michael P. Trevarrow, BS; Sarah Baker; Tony W. Wilson, PhD; Max J. Kurz, PhD
Free Paper Session D: Basic Science
12:30 pm - 12:37 pm D1: Differential transcriptomic and epigenetic signatures characterize impairment of muscle-generating stem cells from contractured muscle in cerebral palsy Andrea A. Domenighetti, PhD; Lydia A. Sibley, BS; Nicole Broda, BS; Vineeta T. Swaroop, MD; Henry G. Chambers, MD; Richard L. Lieber, PhD
12:38 pm - 12:45 pm

 
D2: Genetics of Cerebral Palsy: Who to Test Jason B. Carmel, MD, PhD; Halie J. Holmes, MS; Jennifer Fasheun; Joshua E. Hyman; David P. Roye, Jr.; Evan H. Baugh; Anya Revah-Politi; Natalie Lippa; Sulagna Kushary; Jennifer M. Bain; Vimla Aggarwal; David Goldstein
12:46 pm - 12:53 pm
 
D3: Small RNA sequencing of circulating vesicular RNA at rest and in response to aerobic exercise in individuals with cerebral palsy and typically developed subjects Ferdinand von Walden, MD, PhD; Ivan J. Vechetti, Jr., PhD; Jessica Pingel, PhD; Rodrigo Fernandez-Gonzalo, PhD; Emma Hjalmarsson, MPT; Eva M. Pontén, MD, PhD; John McCarthy, PhD; Björn Alkner, PhD, MD
12:54 pm - 1:01 pm
 
D4: Cortical Surface Metrics and Volumetrics at Term Predict Motor Development in Very Preterm Infants Karen Harpster, PhD; Matthew C. Bugada; Julia E. Klein, PhD; Venkata Sita Priyanka Illapani, MA; Nehal A. Parikh, DO
1:02 pm - 1:09 pm D5: Robotic mapping of motor cortex in children with perinatal stroke and hemiparesis Hsing-Ching Kuo, PhD; Ephrem Zewdie, PhD; Adrianna Giuffre, BS; Liu Shi Gan, PhD; Helen Carlson, PhD; Adam Kirton, MD MSc FRCPC
1:24 pm - 1:31 pm D6: Cortical Oscillations that Underlie Working Memory are Altered in Adults with Cerebral Palsy │ Rashelle Hoffman, DPT; Christine Embury; Elizabeth Heinrichs- Graham, PhD; Tony W. Wilson, PhD; Max J. Kurz, PhD
1:32 pm - 1:39 pm D7: Eye-gaze control technology in clinical practice to enhance participation: Consensus-based clinical guidelines Margaret Wallen, PhD; Petra Karlsson, PhD; Tom Griffiths, MA, BA; Michael Clarke, PhD; Rene Pereksles, PT; Saranda Bekteshi, MSc; Kate Himmelmann, PhD; Elegast Monbaliu; Abigail Allsop, MPH; Claire Galea, MS
1:40 pm - 1:47 pm D8: Plasma and cerebrospinal fluid concentrations of baclofen in children with cerebral palsy following oral administrationMatthew McLaughlin, MD; DJ Murry, PharmD; Yashpal Singh Chhonker, PhD; Michael Partington, MD; J. Steven Leeder, PharmD; Susan Abdel-Rahman, PharmD
1:48 pm - 1:55 pm D9: Diffusion imaging shows improved myelination following an intervention targeting skilled lower extremity movement in children with spastic bilateral cerebral palsyAndy Vuong, MS; Eileen G. Fowler, PhD, PT; Loretta A. Staudt, MS, PT; Marcia Greenberg, MS, PT; Hajime Yokota, MD, PhD; Joyce H. Matsumoto, MD; Shantanu H. Joshi, PhD
1:56 pm - 2:03 pm D10: Free automated dystonia identification using smartphone-quality videos acquired in an outpatient clinic settingBhooma R. Aravamuthan, MD, DPhil; Keisuke Ueda, MD; Toni Pearson, MD
Instructional Courses
2:30 pm - 4:30 pm, CDT; all "Instructional Courses" run concurrently
IC01: Aspirational Thinking: Reflections on Mealtime Management for Children with Cerebral Palsy (CP) with Eating and Drinking Difficulties Gina R. Rempel, FRCPC; Diane Sellers, PhD; Cindy B. Dodds, PhD; Consuelo Ibarra
IC02: Avoiding Mistakes in the Surgical Treatment of Gait Dysfunction in Children with Cerebral Palsy Elizabeth W. Weber, MD, MS; Tom F. Novacheck, MD; Michael Healy, MD; Patrick Graupman, MD
IC03: Bringing Genomics to the Cerebral Palsy Clinic  Michael C. Kruer, MD; Francisca Millan; Julie S. Cohen; Bhooma R. Aravamuthan, MD, DPhil 
IC04: Dilemmas in Intrathecal Baclofen Pump (ITB) Patients- Challenging Cases Jane Anne Emerson, MD; Rez Farid, MD; Kristin Buxton, MSN
IC05: Fixing the femurs, fibers and feet. Impact on fitness, function, friendships and the future │ Pam Thomason, MPT; Kate L. Willoughby, B Physio, D Physio; Abhay Khot, MD
IC06: Neuropsychology of Cerebral Palsy: Updates and Recommendations │ Seth Warschausky, PhD; Kristine Stadskleiv, PhD; Jennifer Larson, PhD
IC07: Optimal Segment Kinematics & Alignment Approach to Rehabilitation (OSKAR): A Biomechanical Approach to Orthotic Management Kristie Bjornson, PT, PhD; Garth Shippen, L/CO
IC08: Pressure Ulcer and Wound Management in Children and Young Adults with Disabilities Mark Gormley, Jr., MD; Supreet Deshpande, MD; Jennifer Wilhelmy, CNP
IC09: Project TEAM: A group intervention to teach transition age youth with developmental disabilities to problem solve physical and social environmental barriers to participationJessica Kramer, PhD; Ariel Schwartz, PhD; ITing Hwang
IC10: Supporting parents of infants with cerebral palsy through parenting and mindfulness-based approaches Koa Whittingham, PhD, B.A., B Sc, MAPS; Catherine Mak, PhD; Roslyn N. Boyd, PhD
IC11: The Gross Motor Function Measure at Age 30: "What's New"? Marilyn Wright Wright, MSc; Peter Rosenbaum, MD, FRCP(C), DSc (HC); Rachel Teplicky, MSc
IC12: The Potential and Power to Pedal: Cycling for People with Cerebral Palsy or other Childhood Onset Disabilities Ellen L. Armstrong, BExSc, MSc(APA), MPT; Rachel Toovey, PhD, MPHTM, BPhysio(Hons); Jennifer E. Miros, MPT; Jennifer Angeli, PT, DPT, PhD
IC13: Optimizing Inclusion Across the Lifespan in Educational, Medical, and Residential settings Tracy Pickar, MSW; Laurie Glader, MD; Jennifer Lyman, BS, MS
IC14: Reestablishing Musculoskeletal Care for Adults with Cerebral Palsy: Focused on Spasticity Management Heakyung Kim, MD; Hana Azizi, MD; Paulo Selber, MD; Amber Newell, CPNP, OTR/L, David P. Roye, Jr.
Break / Get Up and Move Activity  (Cardio Dance: 4:35 pm - 4:50 pm, CDT)
General Session (5:00 pm - 7:00 pm, CDT)
5:00 pm - 5:20 pm Opening Address and Gavel ExchangeMauricio Delgado, MD; Susan Sienko, PhD
5:20 pm - 6:00 pm Presidential Guest LectureAnn Tilton, MD
6:00 pm - 6:20 pm Lifetime Achievement Award Michael Sussman, MD
6:20 pm - 7:00 pm Gayle G. Arnold LectureshipYvonne Wu, MD, MPH
Poster Crawl with Past Presidents (7:00 pm - 8:00 pm, CDT)
   

Friday, September 25, 2020

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Adults and Aging SIG (9:30 am - 10:45 am, CDT)
Lunch & Learn Seminars (formerly 'Breakfast Seminars')
11:00 am - 12:00 pm, CDT; all "Lunch and Learn Seminars" run concurrently
LL15: Active ingredients of Activity and Participation focused Rehabilitation for children with Cerebral Palsy Roslyn N. Boyd, PhD; Leanne Sakzewski, PhD, OT
LL16: Communication classification: how can it inform clinical practice? Katy D. Caynes, BSpPath, PhD student; Leanne Johnston, PhD; Tanya Rose, PhD, BSpPath(Hon1); Debbie Burmester, BSpPath
LL17: Developing and testing a mental health intervention for young adults with developmental disabilities using a participatory approach │  Ariel Schwartz, PhD; Jessica Kramer, PhD 
LL18: Interdisciplinary Continence Clinic: Benefits of Collaboration of Nursing and Behavioral Therapy in Treating Bowel and Bladder incontinence in Children with Neurodevelopmental Disabilities Susan Demetrides, MS, CRNP; Bridget G. Gibbons, MA
LL19: Making a Difference - Are we? What's the GOAL? │ Unni Narayanan, MD; Pam Thomason, MPT
LL20: Orthopedic Management of Rett Syndrome:  What's Tried and True and What's New │ Michael W. Shrader, MD; Jason Howard; Uri Givon
LL21: Postural Contexts for Participation: Increasing Autonomy and Self-Efficacy of Children with GMFCS IV and V Sandra Saavedra, MS, PT, PhD; Donna Snowdon, PT, MS, DPT; Danielle M. Bellows, PT, MHS, DHSc
LL22: Progress in multimodal brain imaging for neurorehabilitation research in children with cerebral palsy: Towards reproducible and open science Samuel T. Nemanich, II, PhD, MSCI; Claudio L. Ferre, PhD; Christos Papadelis, PhD
LL23: Withdrawn from Program
LL24: Systems Change:  Promoting Early Detection and Intervention of Cerebral Palsy Sandra Heimerl, DPT; Virginia Paleg, DScPT
LL25: Transition for People with Spina Bifida: Update and Discussion of National Initiatives for Local Applications Richard C. Adams, MD; Timothy J. Brei, MD; Paula Peterson, MS
LL26: Unlocking the potential of youth engagement in childhood disability research Linda Nguyen, BHSc, MSc; Tram D. Nguyen, MS, PhD; Keiko Shikako-Thomas; Jan Willem Gorter, MD, PhD
LL27: Upper Extremity Interventions for Infants and Toddlers with CP: State of the Science and Implementation Case Study Kelly J. Tanner, PhD; Jill Heathcock, MPT, PhD
Break / Get Up and Move Activity  (Yoga: 12:05 pm - 12:20 pm, CDT)
Free Paper Sessions (12:30 pm - 2:15 pm, CDT; "Free Paper Sessions E-H" run concurrently)
Free Paper Session E: Gait
12:30 pm - 12:37 pm
 
E1: The Gait Outcomes Assessment List (GOAL) Questionnaire: Replication of Validation in a Gait Analysis Center Jean L. Stout, MS, PT; Kathryn Walt, DPT; Andrew Georgiadis, MD
12:38 pm - 12:45 pm
 
E2: Perceived limitations of walking in individuals with cerebral palsy Jennifer A. Nelson, DPT; Elizabeth R. Boyer, PhD
12:46 pm - 12:53 pm
 
E3: Long-term evolution of walking in patients with cerebral palsy: perception and objective gait parameters Alice Bonnefoy-Mazure, PhD; Geraldo de Coulon, MD; Stéphane Armand, PhD
12:54 pm - 1:01 pm
 
E4: Charcot-Marie-Tooth type 1 and 2: a comparison of gait function using lower extremity mechanical work in youth Sylvia Ounpuu, MSc; Erin Garibay; Kelly Pogemiller; Gyula Acsadi; Kristan A. Pierz, MD
1:02 pm - 1:09 pm E5: Can Community Ambulation Measures Serve as Complimentary Data to Gait Analysis Variables? │ Kelly A. Jeans, MS; Wilshaw Stevens, Jr., BS; Robert Wimberly, MD; Lori A. Karol, MD
1:24 pm - 1:31 pm E6: Gait Analysis at Your Fingertips: Accuracy and Reliability of Mobile App Enhanced Observational Gait Analysis in Children with Cerebral Palsy Vedant A. Kulkarni, MD; Donald Kephart, MD; Anita Bagley, PhD, MPH; Jon R. Davids, MD
1:32 pm - 1:39 pm E7: Long and Short Term Kinematic Outcomes of Rectus Femoris Transfers in Ambulatory Children with Cerebral PalsyRubini Pathy, MD; Mary E. Gannotti, PT, PhD; Brianna Liquori, MS; George Gorton
1:40 pm - 1:47 pm E8: Reactive Balance Responses to Repeated Surface Perturbations During Treadmill Walking in Adults with Cerebral Palsy and Adults without Disabilities │ Ilana Levin, PT, DPT, PhD; Michael D. Lewek, PT, PhD; Christopher K. Rhea, PhD; Richard Faldowski, PhD; Deborah E. Thorpe, PT, PhD
1:48 pm - 1:55 pm E9: Factors Associated with Walking Activity in Adults with Cerebral PalsyNancy Lennon, PT; Chris Church, MPT; Michael W Shrader, MD; Tim Niiler, PhD, MS, MA, BS; Thomas Shields; Julieanne Sees, DO; Freeman Miller, MD; John Henley, PhD
1:56 pm - 2:03 pm E10: Effect of Pediatric Orthopedic Intervention on Ambulatory Adults with Cerebral Palsy: A long-term longitudinal assessment Julieanne Sees, DO; Tanyawat Saisongcroh, MD; Freeman Miller, MD; Michael W Shrader, MD; Chris Church, MPT; Nancy Lennon, MPT
Free Paper Session F: Rehab
12:30 pm - 12:37 pm F1: Parenting acceptance and commitment therapy (PACT): Preliminary findings from a RCT with families of children with cerebral palsy (CP) Catherine Mak, PhD; Koa Whittingham, PhD, BA, BSc, MAPS; JeanieSheffield, PhD; Roslyn N. Boyd, PhD
12:38 pm - 12:45 pm

 
F2: Improvements in hand function after unimanual or bimanual training are independent of corticospinal tract laterality Claudio L. Ferre, PhD; Marina B. Brandao, PhD; Karen Chin, MA; Veronique H. Flamand, PhD, OT; Ana Bonouvrié-Smorenburg, PhD; Talita C. Campos, MA; Maxime Robert, PhD; Yannick Bleyenheuft, PhD; Jason B. Carmel, MD, PhD; Andrew M. Gordon, PhD; Kathleen M. Friel, PhD; Hsing-Ching Kuo, PhD
12:46 pm - 12:53 pm
 
F3: Reorganization of the sensori-motor system in children with congenital hemiplegia after Action Observation Training affects: A pilot study Giuseppina Sgandurra, MD, PhD; Laura Biagi, PhD; Adriano Ferrari, MD; Leonardo Fogassi, Prof; Elisa Sicola, PT; Andrea Guzzetta, MD, PhD; Giovanni Cioni, MD; Michela Tosetti
12:54 pm - 1:01 pm
 
F4: Manual abilities Are Associated with Cognition in Children with cerebral palsy Thais Invencao Cabral, PhD; Tanya Tripathi, PhD; Jill Heathcock, MPT, PhD
1:02 pm - 1:09 pm F5: Quantifying and Examining Engagement Levels during Therapeutic Interventions in Children with Cerebral Palsy Dalina Delfing, MS; Larissa Hentrich, BA; Jaya Rachwani, PhD; Victor Santamaria, PT, MS, PhD; Christine Imms, PhD, MSc, BAppScOT; Andrew M. Gordon, PhD
1:24 pm - 1:31 pm F6: To what extent can motor skill training improve the structural connectivity of the corticospinal tract fibers in children with cerebral palsy? │ Yannick Bleyenheuft, PhD; Laurence Dricot, UCLouvain, PhD, Ir; Daniela Ebner-Karestinos, PT; Julie Paradis, PhD; Geoffroy Saussez; Anne Renders; Anne De Volder; Rodrigo Araneda, PhD; Andrew M. Gordon; Kathleen M. Friel, PhD
1:32 pm - 1:39 pm F7: Rehabilitation status of children with Cerebral Palsy in low-and middle-income countries: findings from the Global LMIC CP Register Mahmudul Hassan Al Imam, CSF Global, MPH; Israt Jahan, MPH; Mohammad Muhit, PhD; Manik C. Das, MBBS; Denny Hardianto, MPH; Francis Laryea, BS; Amir Banjara Chhetri, MA; Nadia Badawi, PhD; Gulam Khandaker, PhD
1:40 pm - 1:47 pm F8: Evidence for Specificity in Pediatric NeurorehabilitationMegan Metzler, MSc; Linda Fay; Kathleen O’Grady; John Andersen; Darcy Fehlings, MD, MSc, FRCP(C); Shannon Harvey; Mia Herrero; Adam Kirton
1:48 pm - 1:55 pm F9: Relationship Between Mobility and Problem Solving Skills in Young Children with Heterogeneous Motor AbilitiesKetaki Inamdar, MPT; Rebecca Molinini, DPT; Audrey E. Kane, PhD, OTR/L; Lin-Ya Hsu, PhD; Natalie A. Koziol, PhD; Regina T. Harbourne, PhD; Sarah Westcott McCoy, PhD; Michele A. Lobo, PT, PhD; James A. Bovaird, PhD; Stacey Dusing, PhD
1:56 pm - 2:03 pm F10: Measuring Patient Engagement in a National Research NetworkKeiko Shikako-Thomas; Miriam Gonzalez, PhD;  Jonathan Weiss, PhD; Connie Putterman; Annette Majnemer, OT, PhD, FCAHS
Free Paper Session G: International
12:30 pm - 12:37 pm
 
G1: Epidemiology of epilepsy in children with cerebral palsy in Southern Nigeria Roseline E. Duke, MBBS; Chimaeze Tory, FWACP; Richard Bowman, MD; Kathryn Burton, MD
12:38 pm - 12:45 pm

 
G2: Epidemiology of cerebral palsy in low and middle- income countries: preliminary findings from an international multi-centre cerebral palsy register Gulam Khandaker, PhD; Israt Jahan, MPH; Mohammad Muhit, PhD; Mahmudul Hassan Al Imam, MPH; Denny Hardianto, MPH; Francis Laryea, BS; Amir Banjara Chhetri, MA; Tasneem Karim, MBBS, MPH; Hayley SmithersSheedy; Sarah McIntyre, PhD; Nadia Badawi, PhD
12:46 pm - 12:53 pm
 
G3: Developing Indian Participation and Environment Measure- Children and Youth using Applied Cultural Equivalence Framework Vrushali Kulkarni, BOTh.; Roopa Srinivasan, DnB Pediatrics
12:54 pm - 1:01 pm
 
G4: Update from the Cerebral Palsy Research Network- 2020 Garey Noritz, MD; Lama Albarqawi, MS; Kristie Bjornson, PT, PhD; Robert J. Bollo, L, MD; Jeffrey Raskin; Jacob Kean, PhD; Jeffrey Leonard, MD; Brandon Rocque, MD, MS; Manish N. Shah, MD; Benjamin Shore, MD MPH; Paul H. Gross, BA
1:02 pm - 1:09 pm G5: Mapping the Use of the International Classification of Function, Disability and Health (ICF) in Child Health Care Reference Centers in Brazil │ Ana R. Lindquist; Isabelly R. Regalado; Keiko Shikako-Thomas; Camila R. Simão; Letícia D. Maciel; Egmar Longo, PhD
1:24 pm - 1:31 pm G6: Prevalence and severity of individuals with cerebral palsy in Scandinavia and Scotland, a CP-North study │ Sandra J. Hollung, MS, PhD; Gunnar Hägglund, MD, PhD; Mark Gaston, MD; Bjarne Møller-Madsen, MD, DMSc; Ann Alriksson-Schmidt, MSPH, PhD; Guro L. Andersen, MD, PhD
1:32 pm - 1:39 pm G7: Cerebral palsy and health inequity in Bangladesh: Findings from the Bangladesh Cerebral Palsy Register Tasneem Karim, MBBS, MPH; Israt Jahan, MPH; Manik C. Das, MBBS; Mahmudul Hassan Al Imam, MPH; Mohammad Muhit, PhD; Nadia Badawi, PhD; Gulam Khandaker, PhD
1:40 pm - 1:47 pm G8: Prevalence and severity of children with cerebral palsy born in Norway to immigrant mothers Sandra J. Hollung, MS, PhD; Torstein Vik, MD, PhD; Guro L. Andersen, MD, PhD
1:48 pm - 1:55 pm G9: Epidemiology of malnutrition among children with cerebral palsy (CP) in low-  and middle- income countries (LMICs):  preliminary findings from the Global LMIC CP RegisterIsrat Jahan, MPH; Mohammad Muhit, PhD; Mahmudul Hassan Al Imam, CSF Global, MPH; Manik C. Das, MBBS; Denny Hardianto, MPH; Francis Laryea, BS; Nadia Badawi, PhD; Gulam Khandaker, PhD
1:56 pm - 2:03 pm G10: Adult Cerebral Palsy Patient Reported Outcomes Registry: Preliminary Report on Changes Across Lifespan in Gross Motor, Manual Abilities, and Communication Function Mary E. Gannotti, PT, PhD; Deborah E. Thorpe, PT, PhD; Edward A. Hurvitz, MD; Garey Noritz, MD; Bethann Sennett, EdD; Linda E. Krach, MD; Michael E. Msall; Henry G. Chambers, MD; Susan Horn, PhD; Paul H. Gross, BA
Free Paper Session H: Classification and Medical Mix
12:30 pm - 12:37 pm H1: The Functional Communication Classification System – Extended reliability and validity for children with cerebral palsy aged 2 to 4 years Katy D. Caynes, BSpPath; Tanya Rose, PhD, BSpPath; Debbie Burmester, BSpPath; Robert Ware, PhD; Leanne Johnston, PhD
12:38 pm - 12:45 pm

 
H2: Testing the reliability of the Autism Classification System of Functioning: Social Communication-Integrated, for children and youth ages 2 to 21 years Peter Rosenbaum, MD, FRCP(C), DSc (HC); Briano Di Rezze, PhD, OT Reg(Ont.); Mary Jo C. Hidecker, PhD, MS, MA, CCC-A/SLP; Lonnie Zwaigenbaum, MD, FRCP(C); Caroline Roncadin, C.Psych.; Eric Duku, PhD., P.Stat; Stephen J Gentles, MSc, PhD; Stelios Georgiades, BA, MA, PhD; Helena Viveiros, BA, BSc; Hanna Fang, BSc, MSc
12:46 pm - 12:53 pm
 
H3: High practice variability in cerebral palsy diagnosis: need for clarification of the consensus definitions? Bhooma R. Aravamuthan, MD, DPhil; Darcy Fehlings, MD, MSc, FRCP(C); Sheetal Shetty, PhD; Michael Fahey, MD; Laura Gilbert, DO MBA; Ann Tilton, MD; Michael C. Kruer, MD
12:54 pm - 1:01 pm
 
H4: Novice rater accuracy and reliability following orientation to three different communication classifications Katy D. Caynes, BSpPath; Tanya Rose, PhD, BSpPath; Debbie Burmester, BSpPath; Robert Ware, PhD; Leanne Johnston, PhD
1:02 pm - 1:09 pm H5: Advanced gross motor assessment tools for ambulant school-aged children with cerebral palsy: a systematic review and decision tree Georgina L. Clutterbuck, BS
1:24 pm - 1:31 pm H6: How Congenital Zika Virus impacted my child’s functioning and disability: a Brazilian qualitative study guided by the ICF │ Verónica Schiariti, PhD; Taynah Neri C. Campos; Melissa Gladstone, PhD; Egmar Longo, PhD
1:32 pm - 1:39 pm H7: Differences in attention and cognitive outcomes in children at eight/nine years of age following neonatal cardiac and non-cardiac surgery Natalie Fairbairn, MPH; Iona Novak, PhD; Nadia Badawi, PhD; Antoinette Hodge; Claire Galea, MS; Alison Loughran-Fowlds
1:40 pm - 1:47 pm H8: Understanding The Use Of The Affected And Unaffected Arm By Mapping Simple And Complex Fine Motor Skills In Children With HemiparesisTanya Tripathi, PhD; Thais Invencao Cabral, PhD; Gardenia Barbosa, PhD; Amy Darragh, PhD, OTR; Sharon Ramey, PhD; Stephanie C. DeLuca, PhD; Jill Heathcock, MPT, PhD
1:48 pm - 1:55 pm H9: Interventions for improving upper extremity function in children with severe involvement: a systematic reviewAlice Chu, MD; Yash M. Shah, BS; Kunj Jain, BA; Vaishali Ravikumar, BS; Anugya Mittal, BA
1:56 pm - 2:03 pm H10: Noninvasive vagus nerve stimulation (VNS) increases activity-dependent plasticity and feeding volumes in dose responsive manner in infants slated for G-tubePatricia Coker-Bolt, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA, FNAP; Dorothea Jenkins, MD; Turki Aljuhani, MA, BAppSc (OT)

 

Instructional Courses
2:30 pm - 4:30 pm, CDT; all "Instructional Courses" run concurrently
IC15: ACQUIRE Conceptual Framework:  Identifying the moving pieces to an intensive behavioral approach to the treatment of children with disabilities Dory Wallace, MS; Mary Rebekah Trucks, MS; Stephanie C. DeLuca, PhD
IC16: Assessing Activity Level Outcomes using the Pediatric Evaluation of Disability Inventory- Computer Adaptive Test (PEDI-CAT) family of measures Jessica Kramer, PhD; Maria A. Fragala-Pinkham, PT, DPT, MS; Benjamin Shore, MD MPH; Rawan AlHeresh, PhD, OTR/L
IC17: Cutting Edge Technology: "Unmasking the Potential of Individuals with Childhood Acquired Disabilities." Hype or Hope?  Anna M. McCormick, MD FRCPC; Cole Galloway, PT, PhD, FAPTA; Deborah J. Gaebler-Spira, MD; Sarah H. Evans, MD; Hana Alazem, MD, FRCPC; Adam Kirton, MD MSc FRCPC 
IC18: Adults with Cerebral Palsy: Bringing Research into the Clinic Edward A. Hurvitz, MD; Mark Peterson, PhD; Daniel G. Whitney, PhD; Heidi Haapala, MD; Mary Schmidt, DO; Dayna K. Ryan, PT, DPT, NCS, DPT, NCS
IC19: In need of respite?: Resilience building for providers caring for children with multidisciplinary care needs. │ Kristie Malik, MD; Emily Goodwin, MD; Kathleen Huth, MD MMSc
IC20: 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 │ Tom F. Novacheck, MD; Elizabeth R. Boyer, PhD; Jackie Norling, MPT; Jean L. Stout, MS, PT; Elizabeth W. Weber, MD, MS
IC21: Saving the Hips: Therapists and Physicians Working Together Virginia Paleg, DScPT; Unni Narayanan, MD; Elisabet Rodby-Bousquet, PhD; Wade Shrader, MD; Jan Willem Gorter, MD, PhD
IC22: Sex in the CP- sexuality and life span care in people with cerebral palsy Heakyung Kim, MD; Amber Newell, CPNP, OTR/L; Jan Moskowitz, LCSW, CCLS; Susan C. Labhard, MSN
IC23: Using Implementation Science to Accelerate the Adoption of Evidence-Based Practices for Resistance Training in Cerebral PalsyNicole Harris, MPT; Noelle G. Moreau, PhD, PT; James B. Hedgecock, DPT; Michelle M. Roy, PT; Matthew Prowse, MD, FRCPC, CSCN (EMG)
IC24: The Role of Joint Kinetics in Understanding Gait Pathology and Treatment Decision-making Sylvia Ounpuu, MSc; Kristan A. Pierz, MD; Jennifer Rodriguez-MacClinitic
IC25: The Year’s Top Ten Articles In Developmental Disabilities Richard C. Adams, MD; Nancy A. Murphy, MD
IC26: Unmasking Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation Potential to Improve Function for Individuals with Cerebral Palsy Kelly R. Greve, PT, DPT, PhD; Christopher F. Joseph, DPT; Jessica Rose, PhD
Break / Get Up and Move Activity  (Cardio Dance: 4:35 pm - 4:50 pm, CDT)
General Session (5:00 pm - 7:00 pm, CDT)
5:00 pm - 5:40 pm MacKeith Press Basic Science LectureJoanne Kurtzberg, MD
5:40 pm - 6:00 pm Mentorship Award Mauricio Delgado, MD
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm Point/Couter-Point LectureJason J. Howard, MD; Mark Gormley, Jr., MD

Saturday, September 26, 2020

All session and presentation times are in the Central Time (CDT) Zone and are subject to change. Unsure how to convert times to your specific time zone; just click here.

Times and presentations are subject to change.
 

Complex Care SIG (9:30 am - 10:45 am, CDT)
Lunch & Learn Seminars (formerly 'Breakfast Seminars')
11:00 am - 12:00 pm, CDT; all "Lunch and Learn Seminars" run concurrently
LL28: An Examination of Stress and Promoting Couple and Family Relationship Health in Families of Children with Cerebral Palsy Carrie M. Sewell-Roberts, LCSW; Michael W Shrader, MD; Carol M. Shrader, BA
LL29: Cellular determinants of muscle growth and adaptation to exercise in cerebral palsy – practical implications Ferdinand von Walden, MD, PhD; Sudarshan Dayanidhi, PT, PhD
LL30: Early Occupational and Physical Therapy for Infants at High Risk for Cerebral Palsy, Implementing Strategies into Your Practice │  Nancy Batterson, OT/L, SCFES; Ilene Crabtree, DPT; Lindsey Tobias, DPT, ABPTS; Kelly J. Tanner, PhD 
LL31: Efficacy of Activity-Based Interventions to Expand Motor Function & Mobility in Infants & Toddlers Susan V. Duff, EdD, MPT, OT/L, CHT; Jill Heathcock, MPT, PhD; Laura A. Prosser, PT, PhD
LL32: How to Participate in Registry based Research and Quality Improvement with the Cerebral Palsy Research Network │ Paul H. Gross, BA; Garey Noritz, MD
LL33: Infant Intervention Trials: A Brainstorming Session on Goals, Methods, and Challenges │ Stacey Dusing, PhD; Shaaron Brown, DPT; Barbara Sargent, PhD, PT, PCS; Richard D. Stevenson, MD
LL34: Is it Time for the New Era of Family-centred Service? Monika Novak-Pavlic, MSc; Rachel E. Martens; Peter Rosenbaum, MD, FRCP(C), DSc (HC)
LL35: Maintaining and Progressing Skills after Pediatric Constraint Induced Movement Therapy (P-CIMT):  Development and Use of an Individualized Transfer Package Mary Rebekah Trucks, MS; Dory Wallace, MS; Stephanie C. DeLuca, PhD
LL36: Strategies for Addressing Self Injurious Behaviors in Children with Neurodevelopmental Disabilities Emily Goodwin, MD; Irene C. Dietz, MD; Alison M. Ruby, MA; Eliana M. Pizarro, PhD
LL37: Transitioning Youth with Child-onset Conditions to Adulthood: Person-centered and evidence-based methods to address transition issues in a variety of clinical settings and geographic locations Susan C. Labhard, MSN
LL38: Unanticipated benefits following intensive neurorehabilitation in children with cerebral palsy Yannick Bleyenheuft, PhD; Andrew M. Gordon, PhD; Ya-Ching Hung, EdD
LL39: When to refer: Early indicators for communication concerns in cerebral palsy Mary Jo C. Hidecker, PhD, MS, MA, CCC-A/SLP; Helen L. Long, MS, CCC-SLP
LL40: Updates from the National Institutes of Health on Peer Review and Funding Opportunities Ralph Nitkin, PhD; Maria Nurminskaya, PhD
Break / Get Up and Move Activity: Adaptive Camp Activities  (12:05 pm - 12:20 pm, CDT)
Free Paper Sessions (12:30 pm - 2:15 pm, CDT; "Free Paper Sessions I-L" run concurrently)
Free Paper Session I: Ortho Spine and Neuromuscular
12:30 pm - 12:37 pm
 
I1: Development of a risk score for scoliosis in children with cerebral palsy Katina Pettersson, PhD; Elisabet Rodby-Bousquet, PhD
12:38 pm - 12:45 pm
 
I2: Predicted Life Expectancy in Patients with Cerebral Palsy and Neuromuscular Scoliosis Undergoing Spinal Fusion: An Exploratory Analysis from a Single Institution Over 15-years Michael W Shrader, MD; Arun R. Hariharan, MD; Carlos Pargas, MD; Margaret Baldwin, MD; Joseph Petfield, MD; Kenneth Rogers, MD; Julio Jauregui, MD; Suken Shah, MD; Julieanne Sees, DO; Freeman Miller, MD
12:46 pm - 12:53 pm
 
I3: Determining Incidence and Risk Factors of Pressure Ulceration after Orthopaedic Surgery in Children with Neuromuscular Complex Chronic Conditions Benjamin Shore, MD MPH; Aneesh V. Samineni, BA; Jodie Shea, BS; Patricia Miller, MS; Lanna Feldman, MS; Christopher Hopkinson, RN; Rachel L. DiFazio, PhD
12:54 pm - 1:01 pm
 
I4: Impact of Hospital and Child Characteristics on Receiving Inpatient Physical Therapy after Orthopedic Lower Extremity Surgery in Children with Cerebral Palsy Amy F. Bailes, PhD; Colleen Mangeot, MS; Natalie J. Murphy, MPH; Zachary S. Richardson, PhD; James McCarthy, MD; Beth M. McManus, PT, MPH, ScD
1:02 pm - 1:09 pm I5: Musculoskeletal pathology in children with Cerebral Palsy: A classification system │ Tandy Hastings-Ison, PhD; H. Kerr Graham, MD; Pam Thomason, MPT; Erich Rutz, MD; Kate L. Willoughby, B Physio, D Physio; Abhay Khot, MD
1:24 pm - 1:31 pm I6: Sagittal Plane Deformities in Children with SMA2 following Posterior Spinal Instrumentation Matthew Halanski, MD; James T. Bernatz, MD; Rewais Hanna; Mark Sharafinski
1:32 pm - 1:39 pm I7: Progression of Hip Instability in Children with Spinal Muscular AtrophySayan De, MD; Wade Coomer, BS; Alexis Gerk, BS; Cosmo Kwok, MD; Zhaoxing Pan, PhD; Joyce Oleszek, MD; Anne Stratton, MD; Frank Chang, MD
1:40 pm - 1:47 pm I8: Spina Bifida Functional Classification System:  A Preliminary StudyVedant A. Kulkarni, MD; Maya Evans, MD; Donald Kephart, MD; Dana Sheng, MD; Jon R. Davids, MD; Anita Bagley, PhD, MPH
1:48 pm - 1:55 pm I9: Ambulation Increases the Risk of Amputation in Patients with Spina Bifida Who Have a Lower Extremity Pressure SoreCaroline Gormley, BS; Supreet Deshpande, MD; Mark Gormley, Jr., MD
1:56 pm - 2:03 pm I10: Neurosurgical Procedures for Co-morbid Conditions after Closure of Myelomeningocele by Fetal surgery versus by Postnatal Surgery:  A Matched Cohort Study Gordon Worley, MD; Rachel Greenberg, MD; Brandon Rocque, MD; Tiebin Liu, PhD; Brad Dicianno, MD; Richard C. Adams, MD; Jonathan Castillo, MD; Heidi Castillo, MD; Elizabeth Ward, RN; Tonya Williams, PhD; Jeffrey Blount, MD; John Wiener, MD
Free Paper Session J: Tone
12:30 pm - 12:37 pm J1: Safety of Botulinum Toxin injections in Children Under One Year of Age Nikhil Deshpande; Supreet Deshpande, MD; Mark Gormley, Jr., MD
12:38 pm - 12:45 pm

 
J2: Lower Limb Injections of OnabotulinumtoxinA: Improvement in Gait and Treatment Goal Achievement in Pediatric Patients with Cerebral Palsy Heakyung Kim, MD; Brad Racette, MD; Courtney Dunn; Shubhra Mukherjee, MD; Emily McCusker, PhD; Chengcheng Liu, PhD; Rozalina Dimitrova, MD, MPH
12:46 pm - 12:53 pm
 
J3: Botulinum Toxin A and Osteopenia in Experimental Animal Models: A Systematic Review Kelsey Davidson, MD; Min Jia Tang, MBBS; Tandy Hastings-Ison, PhD; Jason J. Howard, MD; Abhay Khot, MD; H. Kerr Graham, MD
12:54 pm - 1:01 pm
 
J4: Efficacy and safety of abobotulinumtoxinA for upper limb spasticity in children with cerebral palsy: Results from an international, Phase 3, pivotal study Mauricio R. Delgado, MD; Ann Tilton, MD; Jorge Carranza, MD; Nigar Dursun, MD; Marcin Bonikowski, MD; Resa Aydin, MD; Iwona Maciag-Tymecka, MD; Joyce Oleszek, MD; Edward Dabrowski, MD; Anne-Sophie Grandoulier, BS; Philippe Picaut, PharmD
1:02 pm - 1:09 pm J5: Individualized OnabotulinumtoxinA Treatment for Spasticity in Adult Cerebral Palsy Patients Resulted in High Patient and Clinician Satisfaction in the ASPIRE Study Gerard E. Francisco, MD; Daniel S. Bandari, MD; Ganesh Bavikatte, MD; Wolfgang Jost, MD; Aleksej Zuzek, PhD; Joan Largent, PhD, MPH; Alberto Esquenazi, MD
1:24 pm - 1:31 pm J6: Long-term Safety and Efficacy of OnabotulinumtoxinA for the Treatment of Upper Limb Spasticity in Children With Cerebral Palsy: Open-label Extension Study  Emily McCusker, PhD; Darcy Fehlings, MD, MSc, FRCP(C); Rozalina Dimitrova, MD, MPH; Kayla Chen, PhD; Marta Banach, PhD; Marcin Bonikowski, MD
1:32 pm - 1:39 pm J7: Upper Extremity Performance Changes in Children with Spastic Cerebral Palsy following Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy Patricia Mortenson, MSc; Nishanth Sadashiva, MCh; Mandeep S. Tamber, MD PhD; Paul Steinbok, MBBS
1:40 pm - 1:47 pm J8: Quality of Life, level of disability and mental health of adults with cerebral palsy more than 25 years after Selective Dorsal RhizotomyNelleke G. Langerak, MSc, PhD; Berendina E. Veerbeek, PhD; A G. Fieggen, MD, FCS(SA); Robert P. Lamberts, MSc, PhD, FECSS
1:48 pm - 1:55 pm J9: Outcomes of intensive versus minimal spasticity management strategies on individuals with cerebral palsy: preliminary results of a long-term multi-center studyMeghan E. Munger, MPH; Brian Po-Jung Chen, MD; Elizabeth A. Duffy, MPH; Bruce A. MacWilliams, PhD; Mark L. McMulkin, PhD; Lisa H. Carter, PT; Shelley L. Mader, PT; Brianna Hayes, MS; Tom F. Novacheck, MD; Kristen L. Carroll, MD; Alan K. Stotts, MD; Glen O. Baird, MD; Michael H. Schwartz, PhD
1:56 pm - 2:03 pm J10: Pharmacological and neurosurgical interventions for managing dystonia in cerebral palsy: a systematic review update and meta-analysis using GRADE Emma Bohn; Katherine Goren, BHSc; Lauren Switzer, MSc; Yngve Falck-Ytter, MD; Darcy Fehlings, MD, MSc, FRCP(C)
Free Paper Session K: Home and Community Care
12:30 pm - 12:37 pm
 
K1: Supported Mobility Devices for People with Cerebral Palsy: Stakeholder Perspectives and Needs Heather A. Feldner, PT, PhD, PCS; Kristie Bjornson, PT, PhD; Deborah Gaebler-Spira, MD; Varun Awasthi
12:38 pm - 12:45 pm

 
K2: The Friends Project: A randomised controlled trial of a group social skills program, PEERS®, in youth with acquired brain injuries and cerebral palsy Rose Gilmore; Jenny Ziviani; Nicola Hilton; Sarah McIntyre, PhD; Hayley SmithersSheedy; Tracey Williams, PhD; MCN; Elizabeth Laugeson; Leanne Sakzewski, PhD, OT
12:46 pm - 12:53 pm
 
K3: Parenting and social factors promote developmental resilience in former preterm children at preschool age Mary Lauren M. Neel, MD, MSCI; Tyler Busch, BS; Aryanne De Silva, PhD; Melissa Moore-Clingenpeel, MS; Hudson (Gerry) Taylor, PhD; Nathalie Maitre, MD, PhD
12:54 pm - 1:01 pm
 
K4: FATHERS MATTER: Blending of patient-oriented and knowledge translation approaches to enhance healthcare experiences among fathers of children with developmental disabilities │ Tatiana Ogourtsova, PhD; Maureen O’Donnell, MD MSc; Derrick Chung; Frank Gavin; Aline Bogossian, PhD; Annette Majnemer, OT, PhD, FCAHS
1:02 pm - 1:09 pm K5: Relationship Between Mobility and Parent-provided Cognitive Opportunities in Young Children with Heterogeneous Motor Abilities  Audrey E. Kane, PhD, OTR/L; Natalie A. Koziol, PhD; Lin-Ya Hsu, PhD; Ketaki Inamdar, MPT; Rebecca M. Molinini, DPT; Regina T. Harbourne, PhD; Michele A. Lobo, PT, PhD; Sarah Westcott McCoy, PhD; James A. Bovaird, PhD; Stacey Dusing, PhD
1:24 pm - 1:31 pm K6: Age of CP diagnosis, but not current rehabilitation services, are related to gross motor function level in school-aged children │ Rachel L. Bican, DPT; Jill Heathcock, MPT, PhD; Rachel Ferrante, DPT; Sarah Hendershot, DPT
  K7: Withdrawn by Author
1:32 pm - 1:39 pm K8: A pre-operative bowel evacuation protocol which reduces post-operative gastrointestinal and feeding problems in children with cerebral palsy who undergo a major surgery Alexander Kulkarni; Supreet Deshpande, MD; Mark Gormley, Jr., MD; Annette Lowell, RN; Marie Krisik, RN
1:40 pm - 1:47 pm K9: Home Nursing for US Children with Home Mechanical Ventilation (HMV): Key Informant PerspectivesSarah A. Sobotka, MD, MSCP; Ayesha Dholakia, BA; Jay Berry, MD, MPH; Maria Brenner, PhD, MSc; Robert Graham, MD; Denise Goodman, MD; Rishi Agrawal, MD, MPH
Free Paper Session L: Pain and Train
12:30 pm - 12:37 pm L1: Pain Management after Hip Reconstruction in Cerebral Palsy: Is Epidural Analgesia Safe and Efficacious in the Presence of a Baclofen Pump? Benjamin Shore, MD MPH; Aneesh V. Samineni, BA; Susan E. Eklund, MD; Patricia Miller, MS; Jodie Shea, BS; Kristin Buxton, MSN; Brian Snyder, MD, PhD; Travis Matheney, MD; Scellig Stone, MD, PhD; Colyn Watkins, MD; Walid Alrayashi, MD
12:38 pm - 12:45 pm

 
L2: Pain phenotype and prevalence in adults living with cerebral palsy and spina bifida: A cohort study of privately-insured beneficiaries Mark Peterson, PhD; Neil Kamdar; Paul Lin; Heidi Haapala, MD
12:46 pm - 12:53 pm
 
L3: Pain in adults with cerebral palsy Elisabet Rodby-Bousquet, PhD; Ann Alriksson-Schmidt, MSPH, PhD; Johan Jarl, PhD
12:54 pm - 1:01 pm
 
L4: Caregiver Reported Pain-relieving Approaches and Associated Effectiveness by Pain Type in Individuals with Cerebral Palsy Abagail Raiter, BA; Alyssa Merbler, MA; Lisa Lykken, BS; Chantel C. Barney, PhD; Frank Symons, PhD
1:02 pm - 1:09 pm L5: Chronic Pain, Activities, and Participation in Children with Cerebral Palsy Gavin Colquitt, EdD; Haresh Rochani, DrPH, MPH, M.B.B.S.; Christopher Modlesky, PhD; Li Li, PhD; Barbara Weissman, MD; Joshua Vova, MD
1:24 pm - 1:31 pm L6: Train, gain and maintain: Maintenance of functional gains following an eight-week goal-directed training program for children with cerebral palsy │ Ellen L. Armstrong, BExSc, MSc(APA), MPT; Christopher Carty; Sean Horan; Roslyn N. Boyd, PhD; Robert Ware, PhD; Megan Kentish
1:32 pm - 1:39 pm L7: SPORTS STARS: A practitioner-led, peer-group sports intervention improves physical activity competence for ambulant children with cerebral palsy Georgina L. Clutterbuck, BS
1:40 pm - 1:47 pm L8: Play Abilities in Children with Cerebral Palsy are Delayed in Multiple Domains of DevelopmentTanya Tripathi, PhD; Thais Invencao Cabral, PhD; Rachel L. Bican, DPT; Gardenia Barbosa, PhD; Jill Heathcock, MPT, PhD
1:48 pm - 1:55 pm L9: Impact of an intensive motor skill learning intervention on the top-down executive control of children with cerebral palsy and its relationship with daily life activities: a randomized control trial Rodrigo Araneda, PhD; Daniela Ebner-Karestinos, PT; Geoffroy Saussez; Julie Paradis, PhD; Yannick Bleyenheuft, PhD
1:56 pm - 2:03 pm L10: A comparison of cycling smoothness, rhythm and cadence in children with and without cerebral palsyAshwini Sansare, PT; Ahad Behboodi, PhD; James Alesi; Samuel C.K. Lee, PT,PhD
Instructional Courses
2:30 pm - 4:30 pm, CDT; all "Instructional Courses" run concurrently
IC27: Toe Walking: How do you know who to worry about? Kristan A. Pierz, MD; Sylvia Ounpuu, MSc; Jennifer Rodriguez-MacClinitic
IC28: Hereditary Spastic Paraparesis: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Diagnosis and Treatment Robert Wimberly, MD; Michelle Christie, MD; Fabiola Reyes, MD
IC29: Management of knee disorders in ambulatory cerebral palsy  Mauro C. de Morais Filho, MD, MSc, PhD; Francesco C. Blumetti, MD; Paulo Selber, MD 
IC30: Neuro-orthopaedic Journal Club: Top Articles in the Last Year Relating to the Orthopaedic Management of Children with Neuromuscular Disorders and Classic Perspectives Amanda T. Whitaker, MD; Jon R. Davids, MD; Benjamin Shore, MD, MPH
IC31: Management of Difficult Clinical Presentations of Hypertonia and Complex Movement Disorders in Children with Disabilities │ Mark Gormley, Jr., MD; Tim Feyma, MD; Patrick Graupman, MD
IC32: Sports interventions for young people with cerebral palsy- fun and effective interventions for all ages, GMFCS levels, and participation levels │ Georgina L. Clutterbuck, BS; Iain Dutia, BS; Paula Wilson; Leanne Johnston, PhD
IC33: Stakeholder Engagement in the Creation of New Digital Platforms: Knowing What Tomorrow’s Needs are Today Tracy Pickar, MSW; Peter Rosenbaum, MD, FRCP(C), DSc (HC); Sarah Kim, MS
IC34: When it Comes to Dosing, Just OK is Not OK – Why We Should Be Doing 1-Repetition Maximum Testing in Children with Cerebral Palsy Noelle G. Moreau, PhD, PT; Mattie Pontiff, DPT; Corbin Lemon, BS, MPH
Break (4:30 pm - 5:00 pm, CDT)
General Session (5:00 pm - 7:00 pm, CDT)
5:00 pm - 5:20 pm Duncan Wyeth AwardClayton Frech
5:20 pm - 6:45 pm Chambers Family Lifespan Lecture
Adaptive Sports Panel: How Can We Make Sports Accessible to Kids?
 │ Clayton Frech; Cody Jones, Patrick Lawrence, Gracie and Lanie Lockwood, Tessa and Janie Taylor
6:45 pm - 6:55 pm Closing Remarks / Awards AnnouncementSusan Sienko, PhD
6:55 pm - 7:00 pm 2021 IntroductionTom Novacheck, MD

Important Dates


  • Registration Now Open!
  • July 15, 2020
    Exhibit Booth Application Deadline
  • September 10, 2020
    Presentation Handout Deadline
  • September 23-26, 2020
    74th Annual Meeting-Live Virtual Content
  • December 31, 2020
    Final Day to Access Virtual Meeting Content