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3) REGISTRATION FORM

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DIGITAL REG FORM (fill-out PDF and email) >>

CHECK PAYMENT BY MAIL:
Send the completed Reg Form along with payment to:
American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine
PO BOX 896700
Charlotte, NC 28289-6700

CREDIT CARD PAYMENT BY MAIL:
Send the completed Reg Form along with payment to:
ACRM, C/O YPTC, 1500 Walnut Street, Suite 1200, Philadelphia, PA 19102

Mailed registrations will be accepted through 10 September. After 10 September, please register by phone.

BY FAX: Fax the completed reg form to ACRM: +1.866.692.1619.

BY EMAIL: Download, complete, save and email the completed form to MemberServices@ACRM.org

 


REGISTRATION RATES >>

Early Bird registration rates* from:

  • 3.5-DAY CORE Pass from $449
  • 6-DAY Conference WORLD Pass from $699

*Pricing shown is for student/resident/fellow/consumer (non-professional caregiver). For all rates >>
*NEW 2018! CME/CEUs and digital access to conference slides are now included in the price

Register now, SAVE money and guarantee your space!

 


RATE CATEGORIES

CONSUMER / NON-PROFESSIONAL CAREGIVER: People with disabilities, consumers and caregivers who use rehabilitation services and/or research.

STUDENT / RESIDENT / FELLOW: Attendees enrolled in an accredited school of medicine or approved graduate or undergraduate program or fellowship in a medical rehabilitation discipline. Current ID required at registration check-in.

EARLY CAREER: Professionals during first five years after completion of post-graduate studies.

REHABILITATION PROFESSIONAL: Professionals in medical rehabilitation or a related field who are actively engaged in the practice, administration, education or research of medical rehabilitation.

MEMBER: ACRM members enjoy savings on ACRM products and events, including annual conference registration. Visit www.ACRM.org/join to become a member and start saving. To receive the Member Rate, one must be an active ACRM Member (not a Special Interest or Networking Group member only) on the day of registration.

NON-MEMBER: Non-member registration includes an introductory 6-month ACRM membership, including access to all interdisciplinary special interest groups and networking groups, and discounted member rates on ACRM products and events.

 

CME/CEU CREDITS 

Consistent with the ACRM commitment to provide high-quality evidence-based educational opportunities to all members of the rehabilitation team, ACRM offers CME/CEU credits in 13 disciplines:

1) Case Managers (CCMC), 2) Dieticians (CDR), 3) Disability Management Specialists (CDMS Commission), 4) Health Care Executives (ACHE), 5) RN/Rehab Nurses (ANCC), 6) Occupational Therapists (AOTA), 7) Physical Therapists (FSBPT), 8) Physicians and Non-MD (ACCME), 9) Physician Assistants (ACCME), 10) Psychologists (APA Division 22), 11) Rehabilitative Counselors (CRCC), 12) Social Workers (NASW), 13) Speech-Language Professionals (ASHA)

 


PAYMENT METHODS

  • Credit Card (MasterCard, VISA, American Express, Discover)
  • Check/Money Order (U.S. Funds only) made payable to ACRM
  • Wire Transfer for an additional $25 fee

 


GROUP RATES

  • Groups of 5 or more may email memberservices@acrm.org or phone +1.703.435.5335 to learn about special offers that may apply.

 


SPECIAL CIRCUMSTANCES

ACRM aims to keep the conference registration rates as low as possible so that attending is likely for the greatest number of people – to do the greatest good… getting the QUALITY research that matters to the people who NEED it the most — all in order to IMPROVE the GREATEST number of lives.

If your work depends on the research at ACRM to IMPROVE LIVES, you need to be at ACRM PIRR. If finances are keeping you from Atlanta, ACRM wants to hear from you. Those wishing to attend from lesser developed countries (LDC) and individuals with special financial circumstances, such as unemployment, may email memberservices@acrm.org or phone +1.703.435.5335 to learn about special offers that may apply.

We make sure our facility has total accessibility and we do whatever is needed to make attending the event as convenient as possible for all attendees. If you have a special need, please email us: memberservices@ACRM.org.

 


MEDIA/PR

Members of the media and social media writers on rehabilitation research may contact media@ACRM.org for information on press entry and a limited number of potential social media/PR ambassador opportunities.

 


TRANSACTION POLICIES

Substitutions / Transfers

Registrants wishing to transfer their registration must submit a written request to memberservices@ACRM.org. Instructional Courses are non-transferable. A substitution fee of $249 USD will be charged against the original registration on transfer requests received before 1 September 2018. No substitutions will be made on or after 1 September 2018. Those who register as non-members retain their 6-month ACRM membership.

 

Conference Cancellation

ACRM is a non-profit organization. Registrants wishing to cancel their registration and receive a refund for items other than Instructional Courses must submit a written request to memberservices@ACRM.org. Instructional Courses are non-refundable. A cancellation fee of $249 USD will be charged on cancellation requests received on or before 31 July  2018 and the balance remaining will be refunded. On or after 1 August 2018, a cancellation fee of $249 USD or 50% of registration paid, whichever is greater, will be charged and the balance paid will be refunded. If the registration paid is less than or equal to $249, no refund will be given. No refunds will be made on or after 1 September 2018. Those who register as non-members retain their 6-month ACRM membership.

 

Course Cancellation for Instructional Courses (IC), Cognitive Rehabilitation Training (CRT), Academy of Certified Brain Injury Specialists (ACBIS), and/or Early Career Development Course (ECD)

Registrants wishing to cancel their course registration (CRT, ACBIS, ECD) and receive a refund for items other than ICs must submit a written request to memberservices@ACRM.org. ICs are non-refundable. A cancellation fee of $199 USD or 50% of the course fee, whichever is greater, will be charged on cancellation requests received on or before 31 August 2018. No refunds will be made on or after 1 September 2018. Those who register as non-members retain their 6-month ACRM membership.

 


POLICIES, TERMS & CONDITIONS

Force Majeure

In the event of a full or partial cancellation of the ACRM Annual Conference due to natural disaster or other force beyond the control of ACRM, ACRM will refund registrations in proportion with the cancellation insurance proceeds it receives. Registrants may purchase travel insurance to further protect themselves in the event of a full or partial cancellation of the ACRM Annual Conference.

 

Photo Release

Attending the ACRM Annual Conference constitutes an agreement by the registrant to permit ACRM to use and distribute (both now and in the future and with no remuneration to attendee) of the attendee’s image or voice as captured in photographs, videotapes, electronic reproductions and audio files of events attended for any lawful purpose including, but not limited to, illustrating and promoting the conference experience.

 

Recording

Recording or photographing conference sessions, panel discussions or sponsor exhibits is strictly prohibited. Program PDFs and/or recordings will be made available to attendees who have purchased the World Pass or purchased access to these separately.

 

Solicitation

By registering, you agree not to solicit vendors or exhibitors.

 

Seating

We make our best judgment to assign rooms to the size that we think will match the estimated audience. Every year we try to improve this process. Seating is limited by the size of the rooms, and you are not guaranteed a seat in any session. Seating is first come, first served. Signing up for sessions that interest you in the ACRM app helps us to make sure the more popular sessions are held in the largest rooms to accommodate the most attendees.

 

Etiquette

To make the conference experience an enjoyable event for all attendees, we ask that you keep the following in mind:

  • As a courtesy to our speakers and other attendees, refrain from the use of pagers or cell phones during presentations. Participants of this conference are in attendance to learn so we ask that you take conversations unrelated to the program outside of the session rooms.
  • In order to accommodate environmental sensitivities of some attendees, if at all possible, refrain from or use moderate levels of scented products.
  • To maintain and demonstrate professionalism within our industry, conference attire is business casual.

 

Badges

Wear your badge at all times for access to conference events. Badges are not transferable.

 

Smoking

For the comfort and health of all attendees, smoking is not permitted at any ACRM event. This includes general sessions, workshops, luncheons, receptions, and in the exhibit hall. You may smoke in designated areas located in the conference facilities.

 

Statement of Liability Waiver — Terms of Registration

ACRM or any other conference sponsor claims no liability for the acts of any suppliers at or to the meeting, or for the safety of any registrant while in transit to or from this event. ACRM shall not be liable for any delays or failure in performance or interruption of services resulting directly or indirectly from any cause or circumstance beyond the reasonable control of the organization including but not limited to, acts of God, acts of public enemy, war, accidents, fires, electrical failures, strikes, labor disputes, postal delays, explosions, governmental order or regulations.

ACRM reserves the right to cancel the conference or any function without liability. Registrants who purchased non-refundable airline tickets do so at their own risk. The total amount of any liability of ACRM will be limited to a refund of the registration fee.

Recognizing the nature of receptions and the potential for alcohol abuse at conferences, all ACRM and ACRM sponsored events will offer non-alcoholic drinks. No alcohol will be served to anyone under the age of 21. Conference participants are responsible for their own well-being and neither ACRM or the sponsors will be held accountable for any events or occurrences resulting from excessive drinking, recklessness or negligence on the part of any conference participant(s).

By attending the conference, the registrant agrees to indemnify and hold harmless ACRM, other conference sponsors, their respective officers, directors and agents, against all claims arising out of actions or omissions of supplier, attendee, or other individual at or in connection with the conference except for ACRM’s or any other sponsor’s own gross negligence or willful misconduct.

ACRM or any other conference sponsor reserves the right to substitute an equally qualified speaker in case of an emergency or cancellation.

ACRM or any conference sponsor has no duty of due diligence with respect to presenters, exhibitors, or sponsors, and makes no endorsements of any presentation or product.

Sessions, events and exhibits can only be attended by registered attendees.

No one under the age of 16 will be allowed into the Exhibit Hall.

 


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ACRM Annual Conference | Progress in Rehabilitation Research
CORE: 30 SEPT – 3 OCT 2018 // Hilton Anatole, DALLAS, USA // PRE-CONFERENCE: 28 – 30 SEPT


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ACRM 96th Annual Conference | Progress in Rehabilitation Research

CORE: 5 - 8 OCT 2019 // CHICAGO USA // PRE-CONFERENCE: 3 - 5 OCT