Arts & Neuroscience Content
Four DAYS of NONSTOP Arts and Neuroscience Content
Offering 4 days of high-caliber educational content for arts and neuroscience rehabilitation, the ACRM 94th Annual Conference, Progress in Rehabilitation Research (PIRR) provides outstanding value for every member of the rehab team.
Ways to View Arts & Neuroscience Content
- Click on the flyer image to view a handy PDF of the content most relevant to Arts & Neuroscience Rehabilitation >>
- The agendas below highlight all content with a DIRECT focus on Arts & Neuroscience Rehabilitation.
- Get the Conference App (ETA early July)
- Check out the Online Program (ETA early July)
Not-To-Miss Arts & Neuroscience-Specific Content
- Arts and Neuroscience Group Meeting
- Arts & Neuroscience Closing
- Up to 44 hours of CE credits available*
- SPECIAL SYMPOSIUM #300065 >>> Lisa Rodio, Carol Hargreaves, Clare Nicholson, Tim Steiner
Arts & Neuroscience Instructional Courses
- #290429 – Adapted Tango Instruction for Older Adults and People With Movement Disorders: Fundamentals AN, ND, CIRM
- #334413 – Dance Tools to Help Physical and Occupational Therapists Broaden Vocabulary and Approach AN, ND
Pamela Quinn, Christina Soriano
Arts & Neuroscience Symposia
- #294343 – Rehabilitation with Music: What is Known and How We Collaborate As NMTs AN
Erin Wegener, Alika Seu, Kathleen Howland
- #297003 – Arts and Neuroscience: Review of Evidence for Dance-Based Interventions in Neurorehabilitation AN
Lise Worthen-Chaudhari, Madeleine Hackney
- #294023 – Got Rhythm? The Music and Motor Connection in Neurorehabilitation AN, ND
Dwyer Conklyn, Francois Bethoux, Darlene Stough, Lisa Gallagher, Elizabeth Stegemoller
- #299326 – Cognition and the Role of Music in Clinical Neurorehabilitation AN, BI, PED
- #300354 – Speaking of the Arts...The Interplay of Music and Speech in the Neurorehabilitation Process AN
Kathleen Howland, Ellayne Ganzfried, Dwyer Conklin
- #292645 – The Next Octave in Stroke Rehabilitation: A Collaborative Approach to Music Therapy and Occupational Therapy ST, AN
Danielle Porter, Danielle Parmenter
- #296506 – Sensory Stimulation and Music Therapy Programs for Treating Disorders of Consciousness AN
Wendy Magee, Caroline Schnakers
- #299144 – The IMPROVment Method: Brain Body Health For Older Adults AN, GER
Christina Soriano, Christina Hugenschmidt
- #299810 – Internally and Externally Guided Movement in Individuals With Neurodegenerative Disease ND, NP, AN
Madeleine Hackney, Keith McGregor
FOCUS AREA ABBREVIATIONS: AN: Arts & Neuroscience // BI: Brain Injury // CAN: Cancer // CC: Cross-Cutting // CIRM: Complementary Integrative Rehabilitation Medicine // CP: Clinical Practice // DI: Diagnosis Independent // GER: Geriatric Rehabilitation // INT: International // LR: Limb Restoration // MES: Measurement // MIL: Military/VA // ND: Neurodegenerative Diseases // NP: Neuroplasticity // PAIN: Pain Rehabilitation // PED: Pediatric Rehabilitation // PHY: Physicians & Clinicians // POL: Health Policy & Legislation // SCI: Spinal Cord Injury // ST: Stroke // TEC: Technology
Arts & Neuroscience Special Symposia
- #300065 – STROKESTRA: Holistic Stroke Rehabilitation Through Creative Music-Making AN, ST
Lisa Rodio, Carol Hargreaves, Clare Nicholson, Tim Steiner
Arts & Neuroscience Rehabilitation Meetings
See the complete schedule of ACRM ISIG, networking group, and task force meetings and plan to join those that best align with your interests and expertise.
- Arts and Neuroscience Group Meeting
Arts & Neuroscience-Related Paper Sessions
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*Although significant changes are not anticipated, all schedules, sessions, and presenters posted on this website are subject to change.
*Up to 44 credit hours from Pre-Conference through end of Conference Mon - Sat 23 - 28 October. The number of credit hours available in any particular content area may be less.