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ACRM Arts & Neuroscience Networking Group

Movement Task Force

 

The Arts & Neuroscience Movement Task Force is comprised of multiple disciplines working to advance scientific knowledge in the area of the arts in movement rehabilitation through the lens of neuroscience. The task force will work to develop and disseminate resources, based on scientific principles/knowledge on the clinical application of the arts and neuroscience in movement rehabilitation. Special projects will be developed by the task force to advance this mission.

 

GOALS

  1. Increase awareness about importance of ARTS in medicine (promoting movement)
  2. Promote artists/researchers/clinicians who study/implement benefits of ARTS for therapeutic use
  3. Promote collaborations between rehabilitation professionals and artists practicing different forms of arts across different cultures
  4. Aid research by providing review articles, establish standards and paradigms for use of arts in movement science

HELP FROM THE ARTS DURING THE PANDEMIC

 

UCLA Arts & Healing HOPE Series (Healing online for people everywhere)

Online Mindfulness Classes

Dance for Parkinson’s Disease at Home

CO-CHAIRS

 

 

Jaswandi Pitale, PhD

Jaswandi Pitale, PhD

CO-CHAIR

Product Research Engineer
Bertec Corporation

Abigail Spaulding, PT, DPT, NCA

Abigail Spaulding, PT, DPT, NCA

CO-CHAIR

Physical Therapist
Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital

CO-CHAIR DUTIES

 

  1. Plan task force meetings/events to contribute to growing membership of the Arts and Neuroscience Movement task force
  2. Lead the task force to identify projects (research/community-based) and actions pursuant to the task force mission which is to build awareness of and advocacy for the clinical application of the arts and neuroscience in movement science
  3. Participate actively in the executive committee meetings and work with them to execute projects/actions in a timely manner and according to any milestones established
  4. Collaborate with other ACRM task forces to advocate use of movement science in neurorehabilitation. This includes interacting with the Chairs, Co-chairs of other task forces to collaborate on research projects, conference symposiums and in general to further science across people in different fields of rehabilitation.