American Academy for Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine (AACPDM) AACPDM Special Interest Groups (SIGs)

AACPDM Special Interest Groups (SIGs) were established in March 2019. These special interest groups were introduced in the Strategic Plan goal area that focuses on 2019 Goal Organization Excellence (Revenue Tracking, SIGs, Governance). 

What is a Special Interest Group?

Special Interest Groups (SIGs) are communities within a larger organization, created around a shared interest in specific areas of knowledge, learning, technology, or other characteristics of membership. SIGS should complement the Academy's activities. 

SIGs offer additional benefits for Association members, such as access to subject-specific information and resources, educational opportunities, networking with like-minded peers, and volunteer leadership opportunities. 

What SIGs does AACPDM offer?

  • Adults and Aging
  • Complex Care
  • Adapted Sports and Recreation

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