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Last Updated:
January 17, 2020

AACPDM Annual Meetings

74th Annual Meeting
September 22-26, 2020
New Orleans Marriott
New Orleans, Louisiana


75th Annual Meeting
October 6-9, 2021
Quebec City Convention Centre
Quebec, QC, Canada


76th Annual Meeting
September 21-24, 2022
Mirage Las Vegas
Las Vegas, Nevada
77th Annual Meeting
September 13-16, 2023
Chicago Marriott Magnificent Mile
Chicago, Illinois
linical Gait Analysis: A Focus on Interpretation
Clinical Gait Analysis: A Focus on Interpretatio
Clinical Gait Analysis: A Focus on Interpretation

Other Meetings

AusACPDM 2020
March 11-14, 2020
Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre

30th Annual Gait Course
Connecticut Children's, Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare and KU Leuven are pleased to announce the 30th Annual Gait Course – Clinical Gait Analysis: A Focus on Interpretation will take place from April 20-23, 2020.   This comprehensive course will be provided by Connecticut Children's, Farmington CT; Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare, St Paul, MN and KU Leuven, Belgium and will take place in West Harford (course)/Farmington (lab demo), Connecticut, USA

This course has been approved for 25 Category 1 AMA CME credits and 24.9 Continuing Education Hours by the Connecticut Physical Therapy Association.

For more information, call the Center for Motion Analysis at 860.837.9201
or e-mail or go to the following website:

Interdisciplinary Care of Cerebral Palsy: From Birth to Adulthood
April 23-24, 2020
@Shirley Ryan AbilityLab

Individuals with Cerebral Palsy (CP) are able to live long, fulfilling, and active lifestyles. This course will explore the unique health and rehabilitation considerations, both clinical and surgical, that help these individuals maximize function and mobility from birth through adulthood. We will discuss the decision making that is an integral part of patient management as an interdisciplinary team.  Furthermore, we will explore the transition to adulthood and what that means for these indviduals’ access to healthcare and specific providers, independence, and community involvement. We will review an ideal model of care for patients with CP including the use of outcome measures, research tools and new technologies. Day 1 will focus on early detection and classification of CP, as well as therapy dosage recommendations and equipment that promotes independence. Day 2 will address debated conservative vs. surgical orthopedic management, as we consider cases on tone and spasticity management, aging, and transition.

Implementation of Early Detection and Intervention for Cerebral Palsy Conference
May 28-30, 2020

Join us for the 3rd annual conference promoting new pathways for translating knowledge into practice for early detection and intervention of cerebral palsy.

  • 30+ interactive workshops
  • International Speakers
  • HINE & GMA trainings available
  • Networking opportunities
  • Leave with systematic processes and implementation guidelines for your home programs
  • Multi-disciplinary teams encouraged to attend together

This conference is hosted by the Cerebral Palsy Foundation and Nationwide Children's. To learn more, visit