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Academy of Pediatric Physical Therapy Annual Meeting
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This is a great conference with speakers who are passionate in their commitment to help you become better at what you do!! The information will be relevant and current best practice giving you opportunities to expand your own knowledge.

11/13/2019 to 11/17/2019
When: Pre-Conference Nov. 13-14; Conference Nov 15-17
Where: Disneyland
United States
Contact: Rebecca Renfro

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Academy of Pediatric Physical Therapy Annual Meeting
 
Dates: Pre conference November 13-14, 2019
           Conference November 15-17, 2019

 

Where: Disneyland

 

Website: https://www.eventscribe.com/2019/APTA/index.asp?launcher=1

 

Early Registration Deadline: August 30, 2019

 

Housing: Disneyland Hotel/ If you would be interested in sharing a room go to our Facebook page to connect to others planning to attend, Facebook page is "Oklahoma Academy of Pediatric Physical Therapists" (it is closed and you must ask to join)

 

Who can attend: Anyone interested in growing their abilities to serve and empower individuals with varied abilities, their families and communities/ this can include your OT and SLP friends

 

Why: This is a great conference with speakers who are passionate in their commitment to help you become better at what you do!! The information will be relevant and current best practice giving you opportunities to expand your own knowledge.

 

Courses: Something for everyone, including YOU....actually almost too much to choose from so another reason to bring a friend to collaborate with...
Examples of course titles:
     
Orthotic Device Design Using Movement System Diagnoses as a Guide
Pediatric Orthopedic and Sport Upper Extremity Injuries: Diagnosis, Treatment and Returning Kids to Play
Alternatives to Medication: Using a Non Pharmacological Treatment Approach to Reduce Spasticity in the Neurological Pediatric Population
New Strategy for IEP and PT Goal Development: Integrating ICF Model, ABCD Method, Motor Learning Theory and National P.E. Standards
You Got to Know Where to Hold 'Em: Implementing Segmental Assessment and Positioning in Home and School Settings
“You've Come a Long Way Baby!” Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome and Progress over 5 Decades
Coaching: It's Not Just for Little Ones Anymore!
Gastroesophageal Reflux in Infants Part I: Anatomy, Physiology and Relationship to Infant Body Position
Advancing School-based Research Together: Clinicians Alongside Researchers

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