Free Paper Sessions a-c thursday, Oct 17th 10: 45am -12: 45 pm Session A: Well Being



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Free Paper Sessions A-C

Thursday, Oct 17th

10:45am -12:45 pm

Session A: Well Being

A1

SIBLING RELATIONSHIPS: PERSPECTIVES OF CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY AND THEIR SIBLINGS Leanne M. Johnston, PhD; 10:50 am – 10:57 am


A2

PSYCHOLOGICAL WELLBEING OF CAREGIVERS OF ADOLESCENTS WITH CP: IMPACT OF
ADOLESCENT CHARACTERISTICS AND FAMILY SUPPORT SERVICES
Leanne M. Johnston, PhD; 10:58 am – 11:05 am


A3

COPING WITH CHILDHOOD ONSET DISABILITY AND PSYCHOSOCIAL OUTCOMES: A COMPARISON OF COPING PATTERNS ACROSS THE LIFESPAN

Alicia M. January, PhD; 11:06 am – 11:13 am




A4

LOOK AROUND ME: ENVIRONMENTAL CONTEXT FOR ADOLESCENTS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY (CP) Keiko Shikako-Thomas, PhD; 11:14 am – 11:21 am


A5

AN EXPLORATORY ANALYSIS OF FACTORS THAT IMPACT SELF CONCEPT (SC) IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY (CP) Greta von der Luft, PT PhD MEd; 11:22 am – 11:29 am





Q&A Discussion Period 11:30 am – 11:45 am


A6

STABILITY OF LEISURE PARTICIPATION FROM SCHOOL-AGE TO ADOLESCENCE IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY Annette Majnemer, PhD; 11:46 am – 11:53 am


A7

PREDICTORS OF PARTICIPATION OF ADOLESCENTS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY: A EUROPEAN LONGITUDINAL STUDY Van M. Dang, MD; 11:54 am – 12:01 pm


A8

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DAILY PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PERFORMANCE AND FUNCTIONAL MOBILITY CAPACITY AND PERFORMANCE IN TODDLERS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY

Kristie Bell, PhD; 12:02 pm – 12:09 pm




A9

DOUBLE JEOPARDY: MULTIPLE VICTIMIZATIONS AMONG YOUTH WITH DISABILITY IN THE US CHILD WELFARE SYSTEM VAMONG YOUTH WITH DISABILITY IN THE US CHILD WELFARE SYSTEM Kristin L. Berg, MSW; 12:10 pm – 12:17 pm


A10

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HEALTH RESOURCE COST AND PERFORMANCE OUTCOMES IN
PRESCHOOL AGE CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY; ECONOMIC ANALYSIS

Rachel Jordan, BA Physiotherapy; 12:18 pm – 12:25 pm







Q&A Discussion Period - 12:26 pm – 12:45 pm




Free Paper Sessions A-C

Thursday, Oct 17th

10:45am -12:45 pm
Session B: Therapies and Interventions Part 1

B1

EFFECTS OF STUDENT-MENTORED PROGRESSIVE RESISTANCE EXERCISE TRAINING ON WORK TASK PERFORMANCE AND MUSCLE STRENGTH IN YOUNG PEOPLE WITH DOWN SYNDROME: A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL Nora Shields, PhD; 10:50 am – 10:57 am


B2

EFFECTS OF STRUCTURED VS. UNSTRUCTURED INTENSIVE BIMANUAL TRAINING ON HAND
FUNCTION AND PLASTICITY IN MOTOR CORTEX
Kathleen Friel, PhD; 10:58 am – 11:05 am


B3

CONSTRAINT-INDUCED MOVEMENT THERAPY AND BIMANUAL TRAINING IN CHILDREN WITH
HEMIPLEGIC CEREBRAL PALSY PROVIDED IN A SPECIAL EDUCATION PRESCHOOL AND
KINDERGARTEN SETTING
Nava Gelkop, PT MSc; 11:06 am – 11:13 am


B4

RANDOMISED TRIAL OF THE DENSITY AND CONTEXT OF UPPER LIMB INTENSIVE GROUP
COMPARED TO INDIVIDUALISED TRAINING FOR CHILDREN WITH CONGENITAL HEMIPLEGIA

Leanne Sakzewski, PhD OT; 11:14 am – 11:21 am




B5

EFFECTIVENESS OF A SIX-MONTH PHYSICAL ACTIVITY STIMULATION PROGRAM FOR CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY Annet Dallmeijer, PhD; 11:22 am – 11:29 am





Q&A Discussion Period 11:30 am – 11:45 am


B6

INTRAVENTRICULAR BACLOFEN FOR THE TREATMENT OF SECONDARY DYSTONIA AND
SPASTICITY: CLINICAL OUTCOMES, DOSING, AND SIDE EFFECTS

Taryn M. Bragg, MD MS; 11:46 am – 11:53 am




B7

EFFECT OF LIDOCAINE IONTOPHORESIS COMBINED WITH PHYSICAL THERAPY INTERVENTION ON GAIT AND SPASTICITY IN CHILDREN WITH SPASTIC HEMIPLEGIC CEREBRAL PALSY Fatma A. Hegazy, PT, PhD; 11:54 am – 12:01 pm


B8

BOTULINUM TOXIN INJECTIONS IN LOWER EXTREMITIES INCREASE PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN UPPER EXTREMITIES IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY

Eva Pontén, MD PhD; 12:02 pm – 12:09 pm




B9

RESULTS OF SELECTIVE MOTOR FASCICULOTOMY IN SPASTIC UPPER LIMBS DUE TO CEREBRAL PALSY Aniruddh K. Purohit, MCh; 12:10 pm – 12:17 pm


B10

EFFICACY OF UPPER LIMB THERAPIES FOR CHILDREN WITH CONGENITAL HEMIPLEGIA TO
IMPROVE ACTIVITY AND INDIVIDUALISED OUTCOMES: SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND
META- ANALYSIS UPDATE
Leanne Sakzewski, PhD OT; 12:18 pm – 12:25 pm





Q&A Discussion Period - 12:26 pm – 12:45 pm



Free Paper Sessions A-C

Thursday, Oct 17th

10:45am -12:45 pm

Session C Orthopedics


C1

THE IMPACT OF COMPLEMENTARY AND ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE ON HIP DEVELOPMENT IN
CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY
Kate Willoughby, BPT DPT; 10:50 am – 10:57 am


C2

RADIOLOGICAL OUTCOME OF HIP SURGERY IN CHILDREN WITH GROSS MOTOR FUNCTION
CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM (GMFCS) IV AND V CEREBRAL PALSY

Nichola C. Wilson, MD FRACS; 10:58 am – 11:05 am




C3

ACETABULAR REMODELING FOLLOWING FEMORAL VARUS DEROTATIONAL OSTEOTOMY IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY Franklin Chang, MD; 11:06 am – 11:13 am


C4

SHOULD ROUTINE PROXIMAL FEMORAL HARDWARE REMOVAL BE PERFORMED IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY? Walter H. Truong, MD; 11:14 am – 11:21 am


C5

SCOLIOSIS SURGERY IN CEREBRAL PALSY SPASTIC QUADRIPLEGIC PATIENTS : IS FUSION TO THE SACRUM ALWAYS NECESSARY? A MINIMUM 4 YEAR FOLLOW UP

Nicholas O. deGiorgio-Miller, MBChB; 11:22 am – 11:29 am







Q&A Discussion Period 11:30 am – 11:45 am


C6

REPORTED OUTCOMES OF LOWER LIMB ORTHOPAEDIC SURGERY IN CHILDREN AND
ADOLESCENTS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY: A MAPPING REVIEW

Nichola C. Wilson, MD FRACS; 11:46 am – 11:53 am




C7

ORTHOPEDIC ISSUES IN LIPOMYELOMENINGOCELE: HOW DOES IT DIFFER FROM SPINA BIFIDA? Lee Segal, MD; 11:54 am – 12:01 pm


C8

OPTIMAL PATELLAR POSITION VARIES FOR DIFFERENT WALKING POSTURES

Rachel L. Lenhart, MS; 12:02 pm – 12:09 pm




C9

POSTOPERATIVE PAIN CONTROL IN PATIENTS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY AND SCOLIOSIS:
ARE WE UNDERMEDICATING OUR PATIENTS?
M. W. Shrader, MD; 12:10 pm – 12:17 pm


C10

POSTOPERATIVE PAIN IN CEREBRAL PALSY: ARE PATIENTS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY BEING UNDERMEDICATED? David P. Roye, MD; 12:18 pm – 12:25 pm





Q&A Discussion Period - 12:26 pm – 12:45 pm



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