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Annual Conference Content for Stroke

image: ACRM Annual Conference Program At-A-Glance buttonIn addition to the many cross-cutting symposia, featured plenaries, and lectures relevant to multiple diagnostics and practice areas, the ACRM 91st Annual Conference offers a full track of NONSTOP educational content for STROKE.

> Instructional Courses for Stroke
> Core Conference Symposia for Stroke
> Stroke ISIG Meetings
> See GOLD Stroke Content in the Program At-A-Glance >>>


KICK-OFF your ACRM Conference  focusing on the world’s leading cause of disability at the STROKE ISIG Meeting Thursday 9 Oct 7am – 8 am with Visions for Stroke
STROKE iconRehabilitation
presented by Elliot Roth, MD, Robert Teasell, MD, and Chris MacDonell.

  • Network with colleagues.
  • Become active in the Stroke ISIG


ACRM 91st Annual Conference, Progress in Rehabilitation Research
7 — 11 October 2014
InterContinental, Toronto Centre and the Metro Toronto Convention Centre
Toronto, ON, Canada

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Choose between 23 half-day courses and dig deep into special interest areas. CME/CEU credits included in your choice of 11 disciplines. The more you attend, the more you save!

Perfect also for busy, local professionals, patients, and caregivers who need to know about the latest rehabilitation research informing clinical practice, but cannot attend the full conference.

Instructional Course for Stroke // WED, 8 OCT

  • #15 Mental Practice for Movement After Stroke: An Instructional Course for Clinicians (#1229)

See Course Descriptions for All 23 Instructional Courses



With a strong interdisciplinary focus, the 91st Annual Conference Program offers more than 100 symposia in 7 tracks, plus dozens of cross-cutting symposia relevant to multiple diagnoses. It’s the ONE conference for the WHOLE rehabilitation TEAM.


  • Improving Walking Ability in Patients After Stroke: Different Roads Lead to Rome (#1151)
  • Rehabilitation Robotics and Neuro-Stimulation (#1225
  • Hot Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation: Differences in Models of Stroke Rehabilitation Across International Settings (#2260)


  • Conceptual Framework for the Study of Sleep Disturbance Following Acute Neurologic Injury (#1126)
  • Identifying and Addressing the Needs of Vulnerable Populations in Stroke (#1181)
  • The Selective Tibial Neurotomy in the Treatment of the Spastic Equinovarus Foot Among Stroke Patients (#1178)
  • Bridging the Gaps Between Medical Rehab and Schools for Students With Acquired Brain Injuries (#1099)


  • Integration of Rehab Strategies and Surgical Reanimation for the Upper Limb After Stroke or SCI (#1095)

See Descriptions of All Symposia

ACRM & Stroke ISIG Meetings

ACRM Membership Meeting

FRI // 10 October, 5:45 PM – 6:30 PM

New to ACRM? The annual Membership Meeting is a great opportunity to learn more about the important work of ACRM, meet the leadership, and discover ways your participation can make an impact. All attendees are encouraged to attend.

See All ACRM Community Group Meetings


Stroke ISIG Executive Committee Meeting
WED // 8 October, 4:00 PM
Intercontinental Toronto Centre Lobby

What better time to connect with colleagues who share your interests than during the annual conference!

  • Stroke ISIG Kick-Off Meeting
    THU // 9 October, 7:00 AM – 8:00 AM

    • Visions for Stroke Rehabilitation presented by Elliot Roth, MD; Robert Teasell, MD; and Chris MacDonell
      • Network with colleagues
      • Become active in the Stroke ISIG
  • Stroke ISIG Movement & Interventions Task Force Meeting
    FRI // 10 October, 7:00 AM – 8:00 AM

Learn more about the Stroke Interdisciplinary Special Interest Group (Stroke ISIG)