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COVID-19 Task Force


The International ISIG has decided to establish a task force to address some of the needs of the international rehabilitation community during the COVID-19 Pandemic with the charge to work on the following two issues:

  1. Create a depository of helpful material and links, relevant to the international community
  2. How do we address mental health needs in this time of crisis? How do we continue to provide services to those in need during the pandemic? There have been innovative approaches proposed and we can certainly learn from our Chinese colleagues. One idea is to organize a webinar on Mental health considering the following three groups of stakeholders:
    • Patients with covid 19 with or without rehabilitation needs
    • People living with the fear of the disease and experiencing the effects of social isolation
    • Health care providers who are in the front lines

If you are able to share your talents and knowledge at this difficult time, please contact Fofi Constantinidou and Kristine Kingsley.



Thank you for being a part of the International Interdisciplinary Special Interest Group’s COVID-19 Task Force! We love that ACRM attracts the most passionate interdisciplinary mix of rehabilitation pros from around the world. What an honor to collaborate with such driven individuals. We hope to meet with you at our upcoming networking group meeting to discuss current projects and opportunities for contribution and collaboration.


I-ISIG COVID-19 Task Force Meeting

Join us this month to discuss the 2023 ACRM Annual Conference, Task Force updates, and new projects. We welcome your participation.


DATE: Second Friday of each Month
TIME: 10:00 AM Eastern

Meeting ID: 872 0865 3567



Fofi Constantinidou, PhD, CCC-SLP, CBIS, FACRM, FASHA

Fofi Constantinidou, PhD, CCC-SLP, CBIS, FACRM, FASHA


Professor of Language Disorders & Clinical Neuropsychology
Center for Applied Neuroscience University of Cyprus
Nicosia, Cyprus

Fransiska M Bossuyt PhD

Fransiska M Bossuyt PhD


Post Doctoral Associate at the Shoulder, Health and Mobility Group of the Swiss Paraplegic Research, Nottwil (CH)