Selected abstracts of the 31st EACD Annual Meeting are published in a special issue of the Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology and are available online at Wiley Online Library

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Title Author Institution Slides
Population-based surveillance of cerebral palsy indicates a decline in overall prevalence Catherine Arnaud Toulouse III University, Inserm U1027, Toulouse Cedex, France MS9289.pdf
Innovative robotic technology promotes neurorehabilitation: past, present and future. Anna McCormick Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario, Ottawa
Managing pain to promote participation in individuals with cerebral palsy Fehlings Darcy, Stott Susan, Drake Ross, Byrne Rachel Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital, Toronto,
Factors influencing spoken language comprehension in children with CP: a systematic review Vaillant Emma Amsterdam UMC, Rehabilitation Department, location VUmc Amsterda P9502.pdf
The implementation of a tailored language assessment for children with (severe) motor impairments Geytenbeek Johanna Amsterdam UMC, Rehabilitation Department, location VUmc Amsterda P9501.pdf
"Parents coaching: an innovative tool in the reeducation of children with motor disorder Why and how can we integrate family members in the teaching-learning process?" GRAU-COPPIETERS Fanny Centre d'Education Conductive du Gard P9402.pdf
"Family centred reeducation system with a holistic approach: Conductive Education at the CEC du Gard" GRAU-COPPIETERS Fanny Centre d'Education Conductive du Gard P9401.pdf
Use of the Quality Function Measure to Evaluate Changes in the Quality of Movement in Ambulant Children with Cerebral Palsy following Lower Limb Botulinum Toxin A (Bont-A) Injections Katchburian Lesley Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust, London P9395.pdf
"Innovative approach of reeducation: Conductive learning center in France. How could active learning change the everyday life of children with motor disorder?" GRAU-COPPIETERS Fanny Centre d'Education Conductive du Gard P9400.pdf
Facilitating relationships through play: The use of Video Enhanced Reflective Practice in a neurorehabilitation setting. Roberts Elizabeth The Children's Trust P9391.pdf
Promoting feeding following an acquired brain injury: The use of Video Interaction Guidance Roberts Elizabeth The Children's Trust P9378.pdf
Accompanying a parent adopting a disabled child by health professionals Dziri Catherine Faculty of Medicine of Tunis, University Tuis El Manar P9372.pdf
Parents'role in education of cerebral palsied children's attention disorders Dziri Catherine Faculty of Medicine of Tunis, University Tuis El Manar P9368.pdf
Correlation between functional classification of children with cerebral palsy and intracranial ultrasound and magnetic resonance imaging findings Delin Sanja General Hospital Zadar P9375.pdf
Misdiagnosis of epilepsy is often - how often in children? Krakar Goran Outpatient clinic for children dr Sabol P9355.pdf
Association Between Quality of Life Level and Demographic and Medical Characteristics of Children with Cancer During Treatments Yildiz Kabak Vesile Hacettepe University P9353.pdf
Torch Group Infections: A Possible Cause of Cerebral Palsy Virella Daniel Hospital Dona Estefania P9347.pdf
Relationship Between Upper Extremity Selective Motor Control and Upper Extremity Functions in Children with Spastic Type Cerebral Palsy Kilcioglu Seyma Gazi University, Ankara P9345.pdf
Evaluation of the usefulness of Low Vision Aids in preschool and school aged children. Oluonye Ngozi Moorfields Eye Hospital / Great Ormond Street Hospital P9343.pdf
Portuguese National Surveillance of Cerebral Palsy Registry 2005-2015 decade: Clinical condition complexity of 5-year-old children not included in regular school. "On behalf of Portuguese National Surveillance of Cerebral Palsy Registry and Surveillance o Folha Teresa National Health Institute Doutor Ricardo Jorge P9344.pdf