Task Force Updates

  Applied Cognition & TBI Task Force CHAIR: Patricia Heyn The Applied Cognition & TBI Task Force is continuing its mission to address cognitive rehabilitation research needs related to cognitive outcomes, tools, and measurements.  The AC Task Force is almost... read more

Brain Injury Session Titles PIRR2016

EDUCATIONAL SESSION TITLES BRAIN INJURY TOPICS 194 Progress and Report of the ACRM Measurement Networking Group Applied Cognition Task Force (MNG ACTF):  Traumatic Brain Injury Workgroup (Lilian Takahashi Hoffecker, Xiaolei Hu, Marianne H. Mortera, Patricia Heyn) BI,... read more

Past ACRM Conferences

The ACRM Annual Conference, Progress in Rehabilitation Research (PIRR) is now the largest interdisciplinary rehabilitation research conference in the world, bringing together rehabilitation researchers, providers, clinicians, and administrators from 40+ countries. It... read more

VIP COUPON PIRR2015

WHAT: ACRM VIP COUPON for Dallas Conference: PIRR 2015 Exclusive offer for friends of ACRM Chairs and Board members. EXTRA 15% OFF already reduced rates.   HOW: USE CODE: 2015-Chair (on the last screen before checkout) or mention code when you CALL and register... read more

BOG Open Positions

Open Positions on the Board of Governors   1) Board of Governors Call for Nominations   The ACRM Board of Governors seeks your help in identifying qualified and talented candidates to serve in four open positions on the board, including: President-elect Treasurer... read more

ACRM Cognitive Rehabilitation Training Agenda

8 – 9 April 2015 Preceding the ACRM Mid-Year Meeting IU Neuroscience Center Indianapolis, IN, USA Learn More >>> DISTINGUISHED FACULTY Keith Cicerone, PhD, ABPP-Cn, FACRM Director of Neuropsychology JFK Johnson Rehabilitation Institute Edison, NJ Brief Biosketch Lance... read more

You Are More Influential Than You Ever Imagined

Think back. How did you learn about the very first ACRM Annual Conference you ever attended? According to a poll of 2014 attendees, you likely registered at the recommendation of a colleague.  Most conference newcomers did exactly that. More than internet searches,... read more