TIES 2016 | Handouts

THURSDAY, April 7th 

KEYNOTE - Lezlie Adler, MA, OTR, RMOTA, C/NDT | Combining NDT and SI for Children with Neuromotor Challenges

FRIDAY, April 8th

Session One (General)

  • Opening Message | Connie Hector, PT, MSEd, Coordinator RSOI | Increasing Independence Through the Use of Robotics
  • Inspirational Message | Dr. Sarah Drinkwater, Assistant Superintendent, ODE

Session Two

  • Michelle Welborn, M.D. | Orthopedic Assessment & Mamagement of Children with Spinal Deformities
    • No handouts 
  • Julie Sues-Delaney, Promgram Manager for MOVE International | Mobility Opportunities Via Education/Experience  
  • Dr. Sam Logan | The Fast and The Curious: Creating Pediatric Assistive Technology that Behaves Like a Kid (all day session)

Session Three

  • Exhibits and Focus Groups

‚ÄčSession Four

  • Irene McEwen, PT, DPT, PhD, FAPTA | Making Decisions about School-Based Therapy Services
  • Melissa McCart, D.Ed. | What is TBI and What are the Emotional Effects of TBI on Children and Families
  • Dr. Sam Logan | The Fast and The Curious: Creating Pediatric Assistive Technology that Behaves Like a Kid (Continued)
    • See Session Two for Dropbox link

Session Five



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