Stroke Content

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Stroke Rehab Content Brochure

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Offering 4 days of high-caliber educational content for stroke rehabilitation, the ACRM 94th Annual Conference, Progress in Rehabilitation Research (PIRR) provides outstanding value for every member of the stroke rehab team.

  • 30+ Stroke rehabilitation-related symposia & instructional courses
  • 100+ Stroke topic speakers & anticipating
  • 125+ Anticipated Stroke-centric scientific posters

 

Ways to View Stroke Content

  1. Click on the flyer image to view a handy PDF of the content most relevant to Stroke Rehabilitation >>
  2. The agendas below highlight all content with a DIRECT focus on Stroke Rehabilitation.
  3.  Get the Conference App (ETA early July)
  4. Check out the Online Program (ETA early July)

Not-To-Miss Stroke-Specific Content


Stroke Instructional Courses


Stroke Symposia

For specific STROKE sessions and more details (including presenters, session descriptions and schedules) see the ACRM APP and the online program coming soon.

  • #304544 – Using Technology to Empower Home Practice of Rehabilitation: Clinician and Client Perspectives  ST, TEC, BI
    Emily Dubais, David Poskanzer, Mary Borelli, Swathi Kiran
  • #292996 – Motor-Intentional Neglect and an Introduction to the Movement and Mobility Scale  ST, CP, MES
    Peii Chen, Kimberly Hreha, A Barrett, Irene Ward
  • #327985 – BCI Based Motor Rehabilitation for Upper and Lower Extremities after Stroke with Neurofeedback  ST, NP, TEC
    Christoph Guger, Slav Hristov Dimov
  • #283576 – Perinatal Arterial Ischemic Stroke/Hypoxic Injury Clinical Overview/Etiology, Management, and Outcome   PED, ST, NP
    Ryan Felling, Christine Koterba, Amy Houtrow, Shelley Dean, Roberta O'Shea
  • #294704 – Mild Cognitive Deficits in Inpatient Stroke Rehabilitation: Interdisciplinary Assessment Strategies  ST, CP
    Joan Toglia, Abhishek Jaywant, Andrea Mastrogiovanni, Amy Meyer
  • #300604 – Ensuring Inpatient Rehabilitation Facility Relevance Through Efficiency and Effectiveness  ST, BI
    Brian Theodore, Ann Perkins, Michelle Camicia
  • #301621 – Innovative Functional Electrical Stimulation for Stroke Rehabilitation  ST, TEC, LR
    Jayme Knutson, Michael Fu, Richard Wilson, Nathan Makowski
  • #300720 – Integrating the Voice of Family Caregivers to Develop a Tool to Assess Stroke Caregiver Preparedness  ST, CP
    Michelle Camicia, Barbara Lutz, Mary Ellen Young, Donna Williams
  • #299022 – Intensity in Aphasia Rehabilitation: Contrasting Perspectives From Neuroscience and Cognitive Psychology  NP, ST
    Anastasia Raymer, Amy Rodriguez, Leora Cherney
  • #286947 – Benefits of a Care Coordination Solution for People with Neurological Conditions Using Dedicated Patient Advocates  CC, BI, ST, ND, PED
    Jessica Harthcock, Carrie Redmon, Kelly Toline
  • #302294 – STROKE HOT TOPICS: Stroke Rehabilitation   ST
    Robert Teasell
  • #291745 – Introduction to an Interdisciplinary Approach to Aphasia Treatment  ST
    Christina del Toro, Michelle Armour, Ellayne Ganzfried, Michelle Lee
  • #300748 – The Impact of Post-Hospital Stroke Rehabilitation on Disability Reduction and Quality Outcomes  ST, CP
    Gordon Horn, Frank Lewis, Keith Kincaid, Robert Russell
  • #304098 – Neuroplasticity and Neuro-Modulation Targeted to Lower Limb Rehabilitation: Animal, Human, and Clinical Studies  ST, NP
    Trisha Kesar, Mark Bowden, Aiko Thompson, Mark Lyle
  • #300691 – Cross-Linguistic Transfer of Therapy Effect (CLTE) in Bilingual Individuals with Aphasia after Stroke  CP, ST
    Pei-Fang Hung, Lei Sun
  • #283259 – What You Need to Know About Assessment and Treatment of Social Cognition After Brain Injury  BI, CP, ST
    Dawn Neumann, Barbra Zupan, Rebecca Eberle
  • #294806 – Why Do People Poststroke Walk Slowly?   ST, CP
    David Brown, Elliot Roth, Christopher Hurt, Deanna Rumble, Sarah Graham, Avantika Naidu, Adam Wieckert
  • #295177 – Essential Neurorehab Content/Dose for Significant Recovery of Arm/Hand Function in Moderate/Severe Stroke   ST, NP
    Janis Daly, Jessica McCabe
  • #292645 – The Next Octave in Stroke Rehabilitation: A Collaborative Approach to Music Therapy and Occupational Therapy  ST, AN
    Danielle Porter, Danielle Parmenter
  • #297399 – Community Integration and Family Adjustment after ABI: Practical Solutions in a Rapidly Changing World  INT, BI, ST
    Janet Niemeier, Kathy Kniepmann, Arshia Ahmad, Lucia Smith-Wexler, Marlene Vega
  • #290842 – Metabolic Syndrome and Dietary Patterns: A Tale of Two Continents  INT, ST, CP
    Chetan Phadke, Hubert Vuagnat
  • #294719 – Mobile Technology for Post-Stroke Recurrence Prevention and Recovery (mStroke)  TEC, ST, MES
    Nancy Fell, Mina Sartipi, Hanna True, Brandon Allen, Brian Williams, Austin Harris, Jin Cho, Zhen Hu, Rebekah Thompson
  • #300207 – Virtual Reality Interventions for Upper Extremity Rehabilitation: A Meta-Analysis  TEC, ST
    Lynne Gauthier, Rachel Proffitt
  • #292593 – Walking Adaptability After Neurological Injury: Mechanisms, Assessment and Intervention  CC, ST, MES
    David Clark, Chitralakshmi Balasubramanian, Emily Fox
  • #294612 – Measurement and Characterization of Walking Ability of Individuals who are Unable to Walk  ST, CP
    Andrew Packel
  • #301820 – Community Reintegration in Low-Resource Settings: Unmet Needs and Family Participation in Rehabilitation Process  INT, BI, ST
    Amit Kumar, Jonathan Armstrong, Carlos Marquez de la Plata, Kristine Kingsley
  • #297086 – Hormonal Influences on TBI and Stroke Rehabilitation Outcome  BI, ST
    Grace Griesbach, Lisa Kreber, Jessica Ashley
  • #304683 – Patient-Centered Vocational Rehabilitation for Individuals with Acquired Brain Injuries  BI, CP, ST
    Paige Salinas, Jennifer Featherston, Carlos Marquez de la Plata
  • #304475 – Diagnosing and Treating Deficits in Propulsion to Improve Walking After Stroke: Clinical & Technological Advances  ST, TEC
    Lou Awad, Mark Bowden, Michael Lewek, Jason Franz
  • #328110 – Performance Based Cognitive and Perceptual Assessment After Stroke  ST
    Glen Gillen
  • #294605 – Metacognitive Strategy Training: Optimizing Self-Awareness and Strategy Use across Activities  CP, BI, ST
    Joan Toglia, Chelsea Steinberg
  • #289922 – Functional Plasticity in Neurorehabilitation of Stroke Survivors: Findings and Clinical Implications   NP, ST
    Steven Wolf, Lynne Gauthier, Michael Borich

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

Stroke Rehabilitation Special Symposium


Stroke 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.

  • Stroke ISIG Aphasia Task Force Meeting
  • Stroke ISIG Business Meeting
  • Stroke ISIG Executive Committee and Taskforce Chairs Meeting (By invitation only)
  • Stroke ISIG Movement Task Force Meeting
  • Stroke ISIG Vision Task Force Meeting

 


Stroke Rehabilitation-Related Paper Sessions

Paper sessions to be announced soon. Stay tuned to the ACRM Conference APP and the online program!


Join the ACRM Stroke Interdisciplinary Special Interest Group (Stroke ISIG)

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ACRM Stroke Interdisciplinary Special Interest Group

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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.