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There are children with disabilities in every country in the world. Circumstances, economic, social and environmental affect the types of disability which occur and also the extent to which the child (and the family) are affected. Across Europe it is probable that the different diagnostic types of disability seen are more or less the same in most countries {EACD publication (1)} but there the similarity ends. Diagnosis and diagnostic entities vary from country to country and the way societies in these different countries deal with disabled children varies enormously. We all believe in the WHO definition of disability now but do we all agree with what participation means? I give no examples of these national differences but simply admire our Spanish colleagues for thinking so broadly with the title of their conference ‘From diagnosis to intervention’ because along that pathway national differences will have profound effects on what happens to children and we need to know what is done by our colleagues in different countries to help all children with disabilities. The opening papers of the main programme start with ‘Early diagnosis and intervention on perinatal brain injury’ and the final sessions are on speech and language disorders and special talks on the complexity of visual problems in disabled people. The organisers have put together an exciting programme. Before the meeting starts our colleagues from the European Paediatric Neurology Society (EPNS) who are jointly running this meeting with us have organised a valuable satellite symposium and we welcome also a satellite symposium on European Multicentre Studies in Childhood. The organisers have put together an exciting programme. I am lucky enough to have a son who lived in Barcelona for a number of years and introduced me to some of the features of the city. Equally in recent years I have been to three or four meetings about disability in Barcelona. The atmosphere of the city and the famous Les Rambla all seem to encourage intermingling and talk and I am sure that this meeting will increase effective links within the European Academy of Childhood Disability and its enlarging number of countries which are now represented within the organisation. We thank our Spanish colleagues for inviting us and for all their efforts they have made to put together the programme and for thinking too of making plenty of time for social occasions when we shall all expand our relationships with European colleagues and indeed a number of participants from other parts of the World. There are, as I am sure you will know, two spoken languages used in Barcelona, Spanish and Catalan and I welcome you in both - Bienvendos - and - Benvinguts!

Martin Bax, chairman of the EACD

1.Services for Children with Disabilities in European Countries: Ed. H McConachie, D Smyth, M Bax: Dev.Med.&Child Neurol. Supplement No.76, October 1997. Vol.39

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Distinguidos colegas, Es un placer darles la bienvenida a Barcelona. Nuestro mayor deseo es que el programa científico de la 18 reunión anual de la European Academy of Childhood Disability [EACD] así como del programa social que hemos organizado para todos ustedes, sea de su agrado. Como es tradicional en todas las reuniones de la EACD, las sesiones científicas se hacen en inglés y se facilita traducción simultánea al idioma oficial del país organizador (España). Las únicas excepciones serán el simposio Satélite nº IV, que se hará en castellano y dispondrá de traducción simultánea al inglés y dos “instructional courses” que se darán en castellano. Esta será la primera reunión anual de la EACD en España. Nos hemos esforzado para conseguir un programa científico variado y atractivo que cumpliera con el “Leitmotif” FROM DIAGNOSIS TO INTERVENTION. El programa está vertebrado alrededor de cuatro temas principales: I) Diagnóstico precoz e intervención en las lesiones perinatales, II) Consecuencias de los traumatismos craneales, III) Capacidad funcional y discapacidad en niños con parálisis cerebral y IV) Trastornos del lenguaje en niños. Varios seminarios y talleres sobre temas concretos, presentaciones orales y posters completarán las actividades científicas del congreso. La 18 reunión anual de la EACD tendrá lugar en las instalaciones del campus de la Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona. La Universidad está situada en la periferia de la ciudad de Barcelona, está bien comunicada y se puede acceder a ella en tren, metro, autobús y coche. El edificio donde se llevaran a cabo las actividades académicas de la reunión se encuentra en una pequeña colina del campus, desde donde se divisa una gran parte de las instalaciones de la Universidad y el parque natural de Collserola. Nuestro agradecimiento a todas las personas que han participado en la planificación y ejecución de esta 18 reunión anual de la EACD, así como a todas las empresas o entidades que nos han dado su apoyo. Por último, agradecemos de un modo especial su asistencia.

Manuel Roig

Isabel Lorente

Joan Vidal

Asun Aracil

Dear colleagues, It is a pleasure to welcome you to Barcelona. We hope that you will enjoy the scientific program of the 18th Annual Meeting of the European Academy of Childhood Disability [EACD] as well as the social program that we have organized for you. As it is customary at EACD congresses, all sessions will be held in English with simultaneous translation into the country’s official language (Spanish). The only exceptions will be Satellite IV, which will be conducted in Spanish and translated into English and two instructional courses that will be given in Spanish. This will be the first meeting of the EACD in Spain. We have been working hard to come-up with a varied and attractive scientific program following the “Leitmotif”: FROM DIAGNOSIS to INTERVENTION. The programme is structured around four main topics covering: I) Early diagnosis and intervention in perinatal brain injury. II) Consequences of head injury. III) Functioning and disability in children with cerebral palsy and IV) Speech and language disorders in childhood. Specific Seminars, practical workshops, instructional courses, free papers and posters will complete the scientific activities. The scientific part of the 18th Annual Meeting of the EACD will take place at the facilities of the University Campus of the “Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona”. The campus is located at the periphery of Barcelona city and can be easily reached by subway, bus or car. The venue of the congress is located on a small and peaceful hill of the Campus with nice views of the own campus and the Tibidabo mountain park of Barcelona. We felt that this entourage would provide a quiet setting for the meting which, in turn, would enhance all sorts of interactions among participants. In contrast, social activities will take place downtown Barcelona and, we hope, they will allow you to grasp the flavour or our ancient and cosmopolitan city. We would like to thank all the people involved in the planning and the execution of the 18th EACD annual reunion, as well as all the sponsors and supporters who kindly contributed to make this annual event possible. Finally, we are especially grateful for your attendance.

Manuel Roig

Isabel Lorente

Joan Vidal

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HONORARY COMMITTEE Honorary Presidency H.M. Queen Sofía Honorary Vice-Presidency Mr. Pasqual Maragall. President of the Catalan Autonomous Government

HONORARY COMMITTEE Mrs. Elena Salgado. Minister of Health and Consumption Mr. Jesús Caldera. Minister of Employment and Social Affairs Mr. Joan Clos. Mayor of Barcelona Mrs. Marina Geli. Catalan Minister of Health. Catalan Autonomous Government Mrs. Carme Figueres. Catalan Minister of Social Welfare. Catalan Autonomous Government Mr. Lluís Ferrer. Vice-chancellor of the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona Dr. Martin Bax. President of the European Academy of Childhood Disability

MEETING ORGANIZATION LOCAL ORGANIZING COMMITTEE Manuel Roig (President) Asunción Aracil Isabel Lorente Joan Vidal SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE Alfons Macaya (Chairman) José Arizcum Giovanni Cioni Anna Febrer Maria Gracia Mila Samuel Pascual EACD COMMITTEE Martin Bax (Chairman) Hans Forssberg (Vice-chairman) Paul Gorham (Treasurer) Mijna Hadders-Algra (Secretary) Giovanni Cioni (Chairman Scientific Committee)

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Robert Surtees. UK

Update on treatment of basal ganglia disorders

Marten Kyllerman. Sweden

Movement disorders mistaken for cerebral palsy

Stereotypies in children: clinical manifestations, underlying disorders, treatment and care Emilio Fernández-Álvarez. Spain

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Roser Pons. Greece

Streptococcal infections and basal ganglia disorders

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Bilateral striatal lesions in childhood

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Clinical expression of movement disorders in children

Jean-Michel Deniau. France

Functional organization of the basal ganglia

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SATELLITE SYMPOSIUM I Disorders of the basal ganglia

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Chairmen: Emilio Fernández-Álvarez. Spain, Marten Kyllerman. Sweden, Alfons Macaya. Spain

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What is the way forward?

Bruce Reed. U.K.

What are the key elements of Research Framework 7 for promoting research, collaboration and policy development in childhood disability?

KIDSCREEN - the development of a self completion generic quality of life instrument with cross cultural validity Ulrike Ravens-Sieberer. Germany Collaborations between laboratories studying brain plasticity and neurophysiology Janet Eyre. U.K. DISABKIDS - the development of quality of life instruments for children with health conditions Silke Schmidt. Germany EUROCAT - European Congenital Anomalies. Illustration with Downs Syndrome Helen Dolk. U.K. Rare Diseases Task Force and ORPHANET. Contribution of rare diseases to childhood disability Segolene Ayme. France SPARCLE - a nine centre study of participation and quality of life of children with cerebral palsy Allan Colver. U.K.

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Kevin McCarthy, Bernard Frank. Belgium

How can the Commission’s Directorates for Research and Public Health support research in childhood disability?

The ICF. Measuring Health and Disability in Europe (MHADIE) Matilde Leonardi. Italy

Network of cerebral palsy registers SCPE Christine Cans. France

Impairments resulting from perinatal events PERISTAT and MOSAIC Jennifer Zeitlin. France

European Child Health Indicators - how should disability fit in? Mitch Blair. U.K.

Consensus development

Allan Colver. U.K.

Generic aspects of multi-centre research

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Chairman: Allan Colver. U.K.

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SATELLITE SYMPOSIUM II European multi-centre research studies in childhood disability

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Manfred Pretis. Austria

Formación en atención precoz: perspectivas europeas

Marta Bello. España

Valoración precoz de la función visual

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Trastorno de espectro autista: cuestiones sobre el diagnóstico precoz y el pronóstico

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Mijna Hadders-Algra. The Netherlands

General movements: a window of opportunity for the early identification of children at high risk for developmental motor disorders

Gloria Ruiz. España

Diagnóstico precoz del déficit cognitivo

Conxa Bugie, Mª Gracia Milla. España

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Sesión organizada por: Asun Aracil, Isabel Lorente, Joan Vidal, Cristina Cristóbal, Carmen Ruiz. España

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Brian Neville. U.K.

Conclusions

David Taylor. U.K.

Epilepsy and cognitive functions

Alexis Arzimanoglou. France

Epileptic Encephalopathies: update on aetiologies, genetics and management

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Edouard Hirsch. France

Clinical evidence suggesting that only some epilepsies are progressive

Yezekiel Ben-Ari. France

Mechanisms that might underlie progression of the epilepsies

Brian Neville. U.K.

Definition and manifestations of epileptic encephalopathies

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Thursday, October 19 Chairmen: Brian Neville. U.K., Alexis Arzimanoglou. France

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SATELLITE SYMPOSIUM III. Epileptic Encephalopathies: Mechanisms and possibilities for prevention

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FREE PAPER SESSION II Oromotor disorders

Specific assessment and learning techniques of feeding in patients with neurological disorders Michel Le Metayer. France

Pere Clavé. Spain

OMD: Videofluoroscopic diagnosis of oropharyngeal dysphagia

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Martin Bax. U.K.

Nutrition in older children and young adults with OMD

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OMD: Causes and clinical manifestations

Introduction Joan Vidal. Spain

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FREE PAPER SESSION III Miscelanea (Cerebral palsy)

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New techniques to treat spasticity

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FREE PAPER SESSION I Perinatal brain injury

Giovanni Cioni. Italy

Sensory stimulation in infancy

Denis Azzopardi. U.K.

Cooling in full term newborns

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Ursula Felderhoff-Mueser. Germany

Therapeutic intervention in preterm infants

Elena Carreras. Spain

Prenatal intervention in monochorionic twin pregnancies

KEY LECTURE 2 Perinatal lesions and their functional consequences Luca Ramenghi. Italy

KEY LECTURE 1 Children with disabilities: born to defy invisibility Marius Serra. Spain

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MAIN TOPIC I Early diagnosis and intervention in perinatal brain injury

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Chairmen: Giovanni Cioni. Italy, Alfons Macaya. Spain

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Thursday, October 19

SEMINAR A Nutrition in Oromotor disorders (OMD)

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Amaya Hervas. Spain

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Jaap van der Meere. The Netherlands

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Hans Forsberg. Sweden

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Goal setting in rehabilitation

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MORNING INSTRUCTIONAL COURSE 3 Abordaje diagnóstico neuropsicológico en los trastornos de aprendizaje

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KEY LECTURE 4 Non-accidental head injury in children

KEY LECTURE 3 Políticas y lineas de actuación de la U.E. en relación con los niños con discapacidad Ana Sánchez Salcedo. Spain

MAIN TOPIC II Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

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Christine Cans. France

Ann-Christin Eliasson. Sweden, Lena Krumlinde-Sundholm. Sweden

Chairmen: Lennart von Wendt.Finland Mireia Del Toro. Spain

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MORNING INSTRUCTIONAL COURSE 2 SCPE network: common language in classifying CP children

MORNING INSTRUCTIONAL COURSE 1 Manual ability classification system (MACS) for children with cerebral palsy, 4-18 years

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SEMINAR B ADHD: Neurobiology and intervention

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FREE PAPER SESSION VI Learning disorders

Marie-Pascale Noel. Belgium

Dyscalculia and related disorders

Anna López Sala. Spain

Neuropsychological profile of Dyslexia

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Miguel del Campo. Spain

Molecular bases of learning disabilities and autism

Josep Artigas. Spain

Mental retardation of genetic origin: behavioural phenotypes

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FREE PAPER SESSION VII Miscelanea (Autism)

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Treatment of Oromotor Disorders

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FREE PAPER SESSION V Functioning in C.P.

Inclusive education and functional activation: antithesis or synthesis? Jo Lebeer. Belgium

Pathophysiological profile of gait. A potential support to treatment planning in children with Cerebral Palsy Paolo Crenna. Italy

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Upper limb function in children with cerebral palsy - a matter of problems in variation and selection? Mijna Hadders-Algra. The Netherlands

Guided daily activity at home in CP patients from 0 to 3 years: results of intervention Jordi Ponces. Spain

Sigrid Østensjø. Norway

KEY LECTURE 5 Everyday activities in young children with CP and the influence of motor impairments, gross motor function and environmental modifications

MAIN TOPIC III. Functioning and disability in children with Cerebral Palsy

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SEMINAR C Learning disorders

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Chairperson: Isabel Lorente. Spain

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Indirect and multi-disciplinary delivery of language interventions for school aged children Elspeth McCartney. U.K.

Miquel Serra. Spain

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Introduction Agustin Blasco. Spain Language and Prosody in autism

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Transdisciplinary assessment of vision for early intervention and special education

Eugenio Mercuri. Italy

Visual field disorders: assessment and treatment

Janette Atkinson, Oliver Braddick. U.K.

Visual and cognitive diagnostic procedures for newborns, infants and young children

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MORNING INSTRUCTIONAL COURSE 6 Medición de la fuerza muscular con el dinamómetro portátil en las enfermedades neuromusculares

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MORNING INSTRUCTIONAL COURSE 5 Assessment of impaired vision as a transdisciplinary team, tests and observations

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Leonardo Fogassi. Italy

KEY LECTURE 7 The cortical motor system: action control and cognitive functions

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KEY LECTURE 6 Pervasive developmental disorder and specific language impairment: differential diagnosis Gillian Baird. U.K.

Roslyn Boyd. Australia, Eva Nordmark. Sweden

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Chairmen: Giovanni Cioni. Italy, Melvin Goodale. Canada

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FREE PAPER SESSION X Central visual impairment

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Manuel Roig. Spain, Martin Bax. U.K.

Melvin Goodale. Canada

Castang Foundation Lecture Central Vision Pathways

Colin Kennedy. U.K.

EACD SPECIAL LECTURES Global Care of patient with CNS tumors

FREE PAPER SESSION IX Traumatic brain injury

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Thursday, October 19 FREE PAPER SESSION I: PERINATAL BRAIN INJURY O-1

IMPACT OF CHORIONICITY ON THE NATURAL HISTORY AND PERINATAL OUTCOMES OF TWIN PREGNANCIES AND TWIN-TWIN TRANSFUSION SYNDROME (TTS) AND SELECTIVE INTRAUTERINE GROWTH RESTRICTION (SIUGR) INCIDENCE R ACOSTA-ROJAS, J BECKER, B MUNOZ-ABELLANA, C RUIZ, J ASTOR, G ALBAIGES, P CAVALLE, C BACH, E CARRERAS, E GRATACOS

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INFLUENCE OF GESTATIONAL AGE ON TYPE OF BRAIN INJURY AND NEUROMOTOR OUTCOME C VAN DEN BROECK, A OOSTRA, E HIMPENS, E DE BOCK, S DOBBELAERE

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FREE PAPER SESSION II: OROMOTOR DISORDERS O-6

NUTRITIONAL STATUS IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY IN A TOTAL POPULATION L WESTBOM, E NORDMARK, K EDHOL, K STENBERGB, E KARLSSON, G HAGGLUNDD

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PREVALENCE OF DROOLING IN CHILDREN ATTENDING COMPLEX NEEDS SCHOOLS IN GLASGOW JM LEONARD, H KUBBA

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NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL EVALUATION OF 13 PATIENTS WITH BRAINSTEM DYSGENESIS M GRATACOS, M OLESTI, N RAGUER, A MACAYA, M DEL TORO, ROIG M.

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FREE PAPER SESSION III: MISCELANEA (Cerebral Palsy) O-10 SONOGRAPHY-GUIDED INJECTIONS OF BOTULINUMTOXIN IN SPASTIC MUSCLES IN CHILDHOOD K SCHLACHTER, G ENDRES, CH HUEME

O-11 FIRST STEPS WITH THE PEDIATRIC LOKOMAT® – FEASIBILITY OF ROBOTIC ASSISTED LOCOMOTOR TRAINING IN CHILDREN WITH CENTRAL GAIT IMPAIRMENT A MEYER-HEIM, C REIFFER, FH SENNHAUSER, G COLOMBO, B KNECHT

O-12 PRAXIC ORGANIZATION DISORDERS IN DIPLEGIA S MUZZINI, R LEONETTI, A FERRARI, A MAORET

O-13 THE IMPACT OF MOBILITY TRANSITION AND DEVELOPING FUNCTIONAL LIMITATION AMONG OLDER ADULTS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY (CP) T FURUI, M FURUI, K SHIRAISHIB

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O-14 THE INFANT MOTOR PROFILE: A STANDARDIZED AND QUALITATIVE METHOD TO ASSESS MOTOR BEHAVIOUR IN INFANCY KR HEINEMAN, M HADDERS-ALGRA

O-15 DOES THE PEDIATRIC EVALUATION OF DISABILITY INVENTORY (PEDI) NORMS FIT IN THE NORWEGIAN CULTURE? M BERG, G AAMODT, J STANGHELLE, L KRUMLINDE-SUNDHOLM, A HUSSAIN

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Friday, October 20 FREE PAPER SESSION IV: EARLY INTERVENTION O-17 DOES EARLY INTERVENTION IN INFANTS WITH HIGH RISK FOR A MOTOR DEVELOPMENTAL DISORDER AFFECT MOTOR DEVELOPMENT? CH BLAUW-HOSPERS, VB DE GRAAF-PETERS JF DIRKS , AF BOS, M HADDERS-ALGRA

O-18 EFFECT OF EARLY INTERVENTION IN INFANTS WITH HIGH RISK FOR A MOTOR DEVELOPMENTAL DISORDER ON POSTURAL DEVELOPMENT VB DE GRAAF-PETERS, CH BLAUW-HOSPERS, JF DIRKS, J BAKKER, M HADDERS-ALGRA

FREE PAPER SESSION V: FUNCTIONING IN CP O-19 HOW DOES FUNCTIONAL ABILITY IMPACT ON PARTICIPATION AND HEALTH IN CHILDREN WITH AMBULANT CEREBRAL PAL C KERR, B MCDOWELL, J PARKES, A COSGROVE

O-20 EXPECTATIONS AND EXPERIENCES. SEMI-STRUCTURED INTERVIEWS WITH ADULTS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY IN NORWAY L HAUGEN, R JAHNSEN, TE MARTS, JH GRUE

O-21 CO-ACTIVITY IN FOUR LOWER EXTREMITY MUSCLES DURING MAXIMUM VOLUNTARY CONTRACTION IN HEALTHY CHILDREN AND CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY LM KNUTSON, GL SODERBERG, K TEDROFF

FREE PAPER SESSION VI: LEARNING DISORDERS O-22 SCHOOLING OF 8-12 YEAR OLD CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY IN EUROPE C VIGNES, E GODEAU, C ARNAUD

O-23 EARLY LINGUISTIC EXPERIENCES AND DEVELOPMENT OF THEORY OF MIND IN CHILDREN WITH SEVERE SPEECH AND PHYSICAL IMPAIRMENTS A DAHLGREN SANDBERG, SO DAHLGREN, M LARSSON, KW FALKMAN

O-24 SUNBEAM: A RANDOMISED, CONTROLLED, OPEN-LABEL STUDY OF THE BROADER EFFICACY OF ATOMOXETINE COMPARED WITH STANDARD CURRENT THERAPY IN A GROUP OF UK CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS WITH ATTENTIONDEFICIT/HYPERACTIVITY VAL HARPIN, SUYASH PRASA, LYNNE POOLE

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FREE PAPER SESSION VII: MISCELANEA (Autism) O-25 MUST MRI BE SYSTEMATICALLY PERFORMED IN AUTISTIC CHILDREN? P GUILLEM, C DURAND, F NUGUES, M GROLLIER, F. DEVILLARD, A JOANNARD, MA NGUYEN, C CANS

O-26 EPILEPSY AND AUTISTIC SPECTRUM DISORDER IN CHILDREN CA WILLIAMS, J TURK, M BAX, C GILLBERG, NJ BARNES, P AMIN, E SHEPHARD

O-27 RETT SYNDROME IN SPAIN, GENOTHYPE-PHENOTYPE CORRELATIONS M PINEDA, A ARACIL, J ARMSTRONG, M NAUDO, L MARTORELL

O-28 PROFILE OF REPETITIVE BEHAVIOURS IN CHILDREN WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER FROM 2 TO 9 YEARS OF AGE H MCCONACHIE, M M JOHNSON, M O WATSON, M FREESTON

O-29 EPIDEMIOLOGY OF ATTENTION DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER ML WOLRAICH MD, MA DOFFING MA, B NEAS

Saturday, October 21 FREE PAPER SESSION VIII: MISCELANEA O-30 RATER RELIABILITY OF THE ASSISTING HAND ASSESSMENT M HOLMEFUR, L KRUMLINDE-SUNDHOLM, A-C ELIASSON

O-31 THE USE OF THE GROSS MOTOR FUNCTION CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM (GMFCS) BY PROFESSIONALS IN THE NETHERLANDS;THE NEED FOR IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGIES J W GORTER, M KETELAAR

FREE PAPER SESSION IX: TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY O-32 VALIDATION OF THE GROSS MOTOR FUNCTION MEASURE FOR USE IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS WITH TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURIES M LINDER-LUCHT, V OTHMER, M WALTHER, J VRY, U MICHAELIS, S STEIN, H WEISSENMAYER, R KORINTHENBERG, V MALL

O-33 COGNITIVE OUTCOME IN YOUNG ADULTS WHO SUSTAINED SERIOUS TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY (TBI) TEN YEARS EARLIER IN CHILDHOOD. G HORNEMAN, I EMANUELSON

O-34 NON-VERBAL AND VERBAL COMMUNICATION IN SEVERE/MODERATE TBI CHILDREN COMPARED TO NORMAL CONTROLS AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO COGNITIVE AND PSYCHOLOGICAL FUNCTIONING HE MILLER S MATTYS, RJ MCCARTER, PM SHARPLES

O-35 ACQUIRED BRAIN INJURY IN DEVELOPMENTAL AGE: GISCAR STUDY E CASTELLI, S STRAZZER, M STORTINI, L BOLLEA, M ZAMPOLINI

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FREE PAPER SESSION X: CENTRAL VISUAL IMPAIRMENT O-36 VISUAL IMPAIRMENT IN CEREBRAL PALSY SG SIGNORINI, R LA PIANA, I OLIVIERI, E FAZZ

O-37 DEVELOPMENT OF A DEVELOPMENTAL FRAMEWORK (DEVELOPMENTAL GUIDE) FOR CHILDREN WITH VISUAL IMPAIRMENT 0-36 MONTHS AT SALT, NJ DALE, J OSBORNE, V TADIC, PM SONKSEN

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A COMPARISON STUDY OF BEHAVIOURAL AND ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL EVALUATION OF VISUAL ACUITY IN CHILDREN WITH PERIVENTRICULAR LEUKOMALACIA F PEI, F TINELLI, S BALDASSI, A GUZZETTA, A BANCALE , G CIONI

O-16 INFORMING PARENTS OF THEIR BABY’S DIAGNOSIS OF DOWN SYNDROME M. SCHWAGER, D. CARROLL, P. MIDGLEY, P. JACKSON

FREE PAPER SESSION XI: MISCELANEA O-40 CLINICAL FINDINGS FROM A MULTICENTRE EUROPEAN CEREBRAL PALSY STUDY: CAN WE DISTINGUISH QUADRIPLEGIA FROM DIPLEGIA? LJ CARR, C TYDEMAN, M BAX

O-41 CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY: HOW ABOUT THE PARENTS? M KETELAAR, I. RENTINCK, M. JONGMANS, JW GORTER

O-42 PHYSICAL ACTIVITY LEVEL AND SPORTS PARTICIPATION OF ADOLESCENTS WITH CEREBRAL PALSY (12 TO 16 YEARS) M VAN ECK, AJ DALLMEIJER, H BECKERMAN, JM VOORMAN, JG BECHER

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Friday, October 20 CEREBRAL PALSY CLASSIFICATION P-001 IS ATAXIC CEREBRAL PALSY AN OUTDATED DIAGNOSIS? MT GIBSON, S WARIYAR, R FORSYTH

P-002 THE PANORAMA OF CEREBRAL PALSY IS STILL CHANGING S CHRISTERSON

P-003 CLINICAL PRESENTATION OF CEREBRAL PALSY: A SINGLE CENTRE STUDY E HIMPENS, C VAN DEN BROECK, A OOSTRA, M DE BOCK, P DE MAERE

P-004 CEREBRAL PALSY (CP) IN NORWAY DESCRIBED ACCORDING TO THE SURVEILLANCE OF CEREBRAL PALSY IN EUROPE (SCPE) GUIDELINES G ANDERSEN, I HAAGAAS, A MEBERG, L M IRGENS, T VIK.

P-005 CLASSIFICATION OF CEREBRAL PALSY IN A CP REGISTER ASCERTAINMENT PROCESS J DELACRUZ, CR PALLÁS, ML MAESTRO, A CAMACHO, J RODRÍGUEZ, B ZAMORA.

P-006 INTERNATIONAL CLASSIFICATION OF FUNCTIONING, DISABILITY AND HEALTH IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY: PRELIMINARY CLINICAL EXPERIENCE FROM TURKEY A MUTLU, M KEREM GUNEL

P-007 ANALYSIS OF CAUSES OF PRIMARY DISABILITY IN CHILDREN, LINKED TO CEREBRAL PALSY IN 2004 YEAR IN COMPARISON TO 1995, 1998 AND 2001 YEARS IN UKRAINE V MARTYNY

FUNCTIONING IN CEREBRAL PALSY P-008 RELATION BETWEEN TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL PARAMETERS OF GAIT AND GMFM FOR THE CHILDREN WITH SPASTIC DIPARESIS G BASKENT, E AKALAN, M OZMEN Y TEMELLI

P-009 STABILITY OF GROSS MOTOR FUNCTION CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM (GMFCS) IN A LONG TERM FOLLOW-UP STUDY OF CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY L VESTERLUND

P-010 COMPARISON OF GROSS MOTOR FUNCTION MEASURE FOR CHILDREN WITH SPASTIC DIPARESIS AND HEMIPARESIS G BASKENT, M EKER

P-011 THE USE OF THE GROSS MOTOR FUNCTION MEASURE IN EVALUATION OF INTENSIVE (RE)HABILITATION PROGRAM - A PILOT STUDY K SRIEN, I VREIAR, I JEMEC, M DOLINAR

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P-012 FUNCTIONAL GOAL-DIRECTED TRAINING FOR PRESCHOOL CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY A BEXELIUS, K LÖWING, E BROGREN-CARLBERG

P-013 GOAL-SETTING AND IMPLEMENTATION OF GOALS IN YOUNG CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY IN A FAMILY-CENTRED PERSPECTIVE S ØSTENSJØ, I ØIEN, B FALLANG

P-014 PHYSICAL THERAPY FOR INFANTS NEWLY DIAGNOSED AS HAVING CEREBRAL PALSY, DO PERIODS WITH INTENSIVE THERAPY MAKE ANY DIFFERENCES IN MOTOR FUNCTION? T USTADAB, AB SØRSDAHL, MSC AE LJUNGGREN

P-015 SYNERGISTIC MUSCLE ACTIVATION DURING VOLUNTARY MAXIMUM CONTRACTIONS IN CHILDREN WITH SPASTIC DIPLEGIA, SPASTIC HEMIPLEGIA, AND HEALTHY CONTROLS K TEDROFF, L M KNUTSON, AND G . SODERBERG

P-016 EARLY POSTURAL CONTROL INTERVENTION: A CLINICAL STUDY RELATED TO THE EFFICACY OF TRAINING BALANCE IN CHILDREN FROM 8 TO 30 MONTHS-OLD WITH SPASTIC CEREBRAL PALSY NJ DALE, R SURTEESB, B HOHNENA, P LEEA

P-017 A LONGITUDINAL STUDY ON THE COURSE AND DETERMINANTS OF DAILY FUNCTIONING IN PRIMARY SCHOOL AGED CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY D.W. SMITS, P.E.M. VAN SCHIE, M. KETELAAR, A.J. DALLMEIJER, J.G. BECHER , J.W. GORTER

P-018 PHYSICAL STRAIN OF WALKING IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY AJ DALLMEIJER, MA BREHM, LMJ DE HAAS, JG BECHER

P-019 CO-ASSESSMENT ROUTINES USED FOR IMPLEMENTING CPUP – A POPULATION-BASED PREVENTION PROGRAMME FOR CEREBRAL PALSY C MARTINSSON, E BECKUNG

P-020 COMPARISON BETWEEN ASSESSMENT OF MOTOR FUNCTION, PERCEPTION AND SPEECH AND SEVEN POSTURAL REACTION ACCORDING TO VOJTA E GAJEWSKA, M SOBIESKA, W SAMBORSKI

P-021 NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL CORRELATES OF MOTOR IMPAIRMENT IN CEREBRAL PALSY S PIRILA, JJ VAN DER MEERE, P NIEMINEN, & R KORPELA

P-022 THE INFLUENCE OF EARLY INTERVENTION ON FUNCTIONAL INDEPENDENCE OF CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY M GABUNIA, KH DAVITULIANI, Z KAKUSHADZE

P-023 VALUE OF THE OSTEOPATHY IN THE HOLISTIC TREATMENT CONCEPT WITH CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE WITH CP A OEHRLI-THIJS, A LUGINBÜHL, R-I HASSINK

P-024 USE OF A DYNAMIC FOOT PRESSURE INDEX TO MONITOR THE EFFECTS OF TREATMENT FOR EQUINUS GAIT IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY D BENNETT, M WALSH, R O’SULLIVAN, J GALLAGHER, T O’BRIEN, CJ NEWMAN

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P-025 POSTURAL CONTROL DURING QUIET STANDING IN CHILDREN WITH SPASTIC DIPLEGIC CEREBRAL PALSY AND HEALTHY CHILDREN E S PARK, D-W RHA, H I CHUNG, M J KIM

P-026 THE EFFECTS OF THE NF-WALKING ORTHOSIS NFWO ON THE WALKING ABILITY OF CHILDREN WITH SEVERE GAIT IMPAIRMENT CH KUENZLE , A SCHOLZ, C VARASCHIN, R BRUNNER

P-027 OUTCOMES OF PHYSICAL THERAPY IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY: A PERSPECTIVE FROM A REHABILITATION CENTER S KISIOGLU, P KALAN, G CETIN, B AKCAY, A MUTLU

P-029 HE EFFECTS OF UPPER EXTREMITY HYPERTONUS AND SITTING CAPACITY ON FUNCTIONAL INDEPENDENCE IN CHILDREN WITH SPASTIC CEREBRAL PALSY T TARSUSLU, A MUTLU, M K GUNEL, A LIVANELIOGLU

P-030 EVALUATION OF GAIT FUNCTION BY THE FAMILIES OF CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY A MUTLU, T TARSUSLU, M K GUNEL, A LIVANELIOGLU

P-031 RELATION OF POSTURAL CONTROL IN SITTING WITH GAIT FUNCTION IN CHILDREN WITH SPASTIC CEREBRAL PALSY M KEREM GUNEL, A MUTLU, T TARSUSLU, A LIVANELIOGLU

P-032 EFFECTS OF POSTURE CONTROL ON UPPER EXTREMITY FUNCTIONS IN CHILDREN WITH SPASTIC CEREBRAL PALSY A MUTLU, TY TARSUSLU, M K GUNEL, A LIVANELIOGLU

P-033 COMPARISON OF TWO DIFFERENT SITTING ASSESSEMENT SCALE IN CHILDREN WITH SPASTIC CEREBRAL PALSY T TARSUSLU, A MUTLU, M K GUNEL, A LIVANELIOGLU

P-034 ASSESSMENT OF SITTING POSTURE IN CHILDREN WITH SPASTIC DIPARATIC CEREBRAL PALSY M K GUNEL, A MUTLU, T TARSUSLU, A LIVANELIOGLU

P-034B INCONTINENCE AND TOILETING PROBLEMS IN CHILDREN WITH DEVELOPMENTAL COORDINATION DISORDER (DCD) D GREEN

BUTULIN TOXIN P-035 A COMPARISON OF GROSS MOTOR FUNCTION MEASUREMENTS IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY TREATED WITH BOTULINUM TOXIN-A ALONE AND WITH BOTULINUM TOXIN-A COMBINED WITH INTENSIVE PHYSICAL THERAPY. A FLEMBAN

P-036 FIVE YEARS EXPERIENCE OF A PAEDIATRIC BOTULINUM TOXIN CLINIC: A CHANGING CLINICAL PICTURE DC HOWARD, LJ CARR, S CAWKER, L KATCHBURIAN

P-037 LONG TIME EFFICACY OF BOTULINUM TOXIN A USE IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY: A RETROSPECTIVE CHART REVIEW K TEDROFF, F GRANATH, Y HAGLUND-AKERLIND

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P-038 THE EFFECT OF MULTILEVEL BOTULINUM TOXIN A AND COMPREHENSIVE REHABILITATION IN CEREBRAL PALSY ON MOBILITY AND GAIT ONE YEAR AFTER TREATMENT VAB SCHOLTES, AJ DALLMEIJER, JG BECHER

P-039 THE EFFECTS OF PHYSICAL THERAPY AFTER BOTULINUM TOXIN A INJECTION ON GAIT PATTERNS OF CEREBRAL PALSY PATIENTS G UKU

P-040 BOTULINUM TOXIN -A TREATMENT FOR MANAGEMENT OF FOCAL SPASTICITY: REVIEW OF USE IN A PAEDIATRIC REHABILITATION CLINIC DURING 2004 AE BAXTER, K GURR MEDICAL, A SCHEINBERG, S O’FLAHERTY, M WAUGH

P-041 CRUCIAL POINTS OF THE OCCUPATIONAL AND PHYSICAL THERAPY IN THE MULTILEVEL BOTULINUM TOXIN TREATMENT IN AMBULATORY CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY M ROETHLISBERGER, A OEHRLI-THIJS, R.-I HASSINK

P-042 BOTULIN TOXIN IN THE TREATMENT OF FOCAL SPASTICITY IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY I FUSARO, S ORSINI, M RIZZI

P-043 UPPER EXTREMITY FUNCTION AND OCCUPATIONAL PERFORMANCE IN SPASTIC CP CHILDREN FOLLOWING LOWER EXTREMITY BOTULINUM TOXIN INJECTIONS T KEREN-CAPELOVITCH, T JARUS, A FATTAL-VALEVSK

P-044 DELAYED VERSUS IMMEDIATE CASTING AFTER BOTULINUM TOXIN INJECTION FOR PARTIALLY REDUCIBLE SPASTIC EQUINUS CJ NEWMAN, A KENNEDY, M WALSH, T O’BRIEN, B LYNCH, O HENSEY

P-045 INTRA-THECAL BACLOFEN POMP IN CHILDREN WITH SPINA BIFIDA A FERRARI, M LECCABUE, M LODESANI, G BOSSI, S MUZZINI

P-046 ELECTROMECHANICS SYSTEMS AND BRAIN AND SPINAL CORD INJURY REHABILITATION IN CHILDREN WITH GAIT DISORDERS N LEÓN ÁLVAREZ, J MEDINA CASANOVAS, N MURILLO LICEA, C MARTIN MARTIN, G SANGLES CANUDAS, S LAGE GARCÍA, D PÉREZ NOGAREDA, R LEZCANO HERRADÓN

P-047 UTILIZATION OF DEEP BRAIN STIMULATION AS ADJUNCT TREATMENT FOR CONTROL OF TRUNCAL DYSTONIA IN CEREBRAL PALSY (A CASE REPORT) B TANN, L DIAS, E KING, R BOWMAN, D GAEBLER-SPIRA, R PENN

P-048 SIGNIFICANT CLINICAL IMPROVEMENT AFTER BILATERAL PALLIDAL STIMULATION IN A 8 YEAR OLD CHILD WITH FAST PROGRESSIVE TORSION DYSTONIA I BORGGRAEFE, S BERWECK, P BERNIUS, K MUELLER, K BOETZEL, F HEINEN

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ORTHOPEDICS ORTHESIS P-049 EVALUATION OF THE SMART WALKER WITH THE ORTHOTIC PROSTHETIC USER SURVEY (OPUS) D GAEBLER-SPIRA, L DIAS, T CLANCY, K BOGGS, L LAVEZZO, M HAN

P-050 PROSTHETIC TIME USE AND SPORT/RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES OF THE CHILDREN WITH FOCAL FEMORAL DEFICIENCY (PFFD) Ö ÜLGER, S TOPUZ, K BAYRAMLAR, F ERBAHÇECI

P-051 THE EFFECT OF PROSTHETIC REHABILITATION ON AMBULATORY ACTIVITIES OF THE CHILDREN WITH CONGENITAL AMPUTATIONS Ö ÜLGER, S TOPUZ, K BAYRAMLAR, F ERBAHÇECI, G IENER

P-052 COMPARISON OF CONFORT, FUNCTIONAL ACTIVITY USE, DISTRIBUTION PRESSURE&POSTURAL ALIGNMENT BETWEEN A TWO TYPES OF SEAT CUSHION FOR CHILDREN WITH SEVERE MOTOR DISORDERS: DEVELOPMENT OF A MODEL&MEASURES. RL MCDONALD

P-053 EFFECTS OF ORTHOSES ON THE GAIT OF SPASTIC CEREBRAL PALSY ME COIKUN, H ÖZCAN

P-054 SCOLIOSIS IN SUBJECTS WITH TOTAL BODY INVOLVEMENT CEREBRAL PALSY: INTEREST OF THE SPINAL ARTHRODESIS C DE LATTRE, I HODGKINSON, C BERARD

P-055 BILATERAL HIP RECONSTRUCTION IN SEVERE WHOLE BODY CEREBRAL PALSY -THE TEN YEARS FOLLOW-UP RESULTS M BARAKAT

P-056 CHANGES OF GAIT PATTERN ON TRANSVERSE PLANE AFTER FEMORAL DEROTATIONAL OSTEOTOMY AND SOFT TISSUE SURGERY IN AMBULATORY CHILDREN WITH SPASTIC DIPLEGIC CEREBRAL PALSY US PARK, DW RHA, HI CHUNG, MJ KIM

P-057 SURGICAL CORRECTION OF UNILATERAL SPASTIC CEREBRAL PALSY: IS QUALITY OF REACHING, GRASPING AND MUSCLE COORDINATION IMPROVED? JC VAN MUNSTERA, CGB MAATHUISA, N HAGAB, N VERHEIJA, JPA NICOLAIC, M HADDERS-ALGRAD

P-058 THE EPIDEMIOLOGY OF FRACTURES WITHIN A NON-AMBULANT PAEDIATRIC POPULATION, AND THE CONTRIBUTORY ROLE OF A CHILD’S NUTRITIONAL HEALTH PD JACKSON, MFA WRIGHT

P-059 DOES SELECTIVE DORSAL RHIZOTOMY COMBINED WITH PHYSIOTHERAPY TREATMENT REDUCE ORTHOPAEDIC SURGERY IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY? A LUNDKVIST

P-060 OUTCOMES AND CLINICAL EXPERIENCES 5 YEARS AFTER SELECTIVE DORSAL RHIZOTOMY E NORDMARK, A LUNDKVIST, L WESTBOM, J LAGERGREN, G ANDERSSON, L-G STRÖMBLAD, G BLENNOW

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QUALITY OF LIFE P-061 RELIABILITY AND VALIDITY OF THE CEREBRAL PALSY QUALITY OF LIFE QUESTIONNAIRE FOR CHILDREN (CP QOL- CHILD) E WATERS, E DAVIS, RN BOYD

P-062 CHILD/PARENT AGREEMENT IN REPORTS OF THE QUALITY OF LIFE OF CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY: A EUROPEAN STUDY ML WHITE-KONING, BA HONS OXON, C ARNAUDA, A COLVER

P-063 HEALT-RELATED QUALITY OF LIFE IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY: DIFFERENCES IN PERCEPTION BETWEEN CHILDREN AND PARENTS MJM VOLMAN, MJ KETELAAR, S VAN DER HORST, M STEENHUIS

P-064 AVAILABILITY OF ITEMS NEEDED BY CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY IN THE PHYSICAL, SOCIAL AND ATTITUDINAL DOMAINS OF THE ENVIRONMENT H O DICKINSON, A COLVER

P-065 CORRELATION BETWEEN LIFE SATISFACTION AND GENERAL HEALTH OF CEREBRAL PALSY CHILDREN WITH DIFFERENT FUNCTIONAL LEVELS A GREITANE, E AUZINA, I CEICINIECE

P-066 VISUAL FEEDBACK IN TREATMENT OF DYSARTHRIA IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY A NORDBERG

P-067 DEVELOPMENT OF A FAMILY-CENTRED PROGRAM OF INTENSIVE TRAINING: AN INTERACTIVE PROCESS BETWEEN CLINICIANS AND RESEARCHERS H LANGELAND, I ØIEN, B FALLANG, S ØSTENSJØ

P-068 SUBJECTIVE QUALITY OF LIFE IN A POPULATION OF TOTAL BODY INVOLVEMENT CEREBRAL PALSY WITH PROFOUND LEVEL OF MENTAL RETARDATION C DE LATTRE, E ANDRE, I HODGKINSON, S MANIFICAT, C BERAR

P-069 A COHORT STUDY OF PARENTS’ SOCIAL SITUATION AFTER THE BIRTH OF A CHILD WITH CEREBRAL PALSY SI MICHELSEN, P ULDALL, T HANSEN, M MADSEN

P-070 THE DEVELOPMENT OF A CONDITION-SPECIFIC QUALITY OF LIFE INSTRUMENT FOR YOUNG CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY; A FEASIBILITY STUDY. M KETELAAR, I SUIR, J BRUIL, JW GORTER

P-071 WHAT DOES A COMMUNITY SERVICE FOR CHILDREN WITH ACQUIRED BRAIN INJURY LOOK LIKE? F ADCOCK

P-072 DOES THE SEVERITY OF MOTOR IMPAIRMENT AFFECT PARENTAL STRESS? RESULTS FROM A STUDY ON CHILDREN WITH CP IN SEVEN EUROPEAN COUNTRIES (SPARCLE). B CARAVALE, D DILALLO, F FRANCO, M MARCELLI, A COLVER

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P-073 COMPARING THE DEPRESSION, ANXIETY AND QUALITY OF LIFE BETWEEN MOTHERS OF CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY AND AUTISTIC CHILDREN B GONCA, T SERMIN

P-074 MENTAL HEALTH IS RELATED TO FUNCTIONAL ABILITIES IN CEREBRAL PALSY J PARKES, M WHITE-KONING

P-075 THE IMPACT OF CHILDHOOD EPILEPSY ON FAMILIES; DEVELOPING A DIAGNOSTIC AND THERAPEUTIC TOOL. Y GEERTS, Y BEKKEMA, M LUTT

P-076 THE NEED OF PSYCHOTHERAPY OF THE FEAR IN MOTHERS OF CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY E MOJS, E GAJEWSKA, W SAMBORSKI, M D GIOWACKA

P-077 INSIGHTS: ADULTS WITH DISABILITIES REFLECT ON THEIR PEDIATRIC HEALTHCARE B TANN

P-078 DETERMINANTS OF MATERNAL AND FAMILIAL STRESS EARLY AFTER DIAGNOSIS IN CASES OF CHILDHOOD BRAIN TUMOUR. R SHORTMAN

P-079 RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PARENTAL COPING STRATEGIES AND FAMILY FUNCTIONING AND BEHAVIOURAL OUTCOME AND QUALITY OF LIFE IN CHILDREN WITH SEVERE, MODERATE AND MILD TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY (TBI) HE MILLER, BJ HAMEED, AL CURRAN, PM SHARPLES

Saturday, October 21 COMMUNICATION LEARNING P-080 IMPROVING COMMUNICATION IN THE INTEGRATED CARE SETTING OF CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY: PRELIMINARY EVALUATION RESULTS OF A SECURED WEB-BASED COMMUNICATION SYSTEM J GULMANS, JJW VISSER, W OUDE NIJEWEME- D’HOLLOSY, JEWC VAN GEMERT- PIJNEN, MMR VOLLENBROEK-HUTTEN

P-081 MEASURING THE SUCCESS OF THE COMMUNICATION AIDS PROJECT (CAP): RESULTS FROM LONDON CAP RL MCDONALD, EJ HARRIS

P-082 HELPING PARENTS TO FACILITATE THEIR CHILD'S COMMUNICATION DEVELOPMENT: GROUP TRAINING FOR PARENTS OF PRE-SCHOOL CHILDREN WITH MOTOR DISORDERS L PENNINGTON, S ROBSON, N MILLER

P-083 THE COMPUTERISED COMMUNICATION SUPPORT SYSTEM: A TOOL FOR COMMUNICATION AND SOCIALISATION V DIEUDONNÉ, C LUYCKX, C HERENG

P-084 VISUAL FEEDBACK IN TREATMENT OF DYSARTHRIA IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY A NORDBERG

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P-085 POOR MATHEMATICAL DEVELOPMENT IN CEREBRAL PALSY MEDIATED BY WORKING MEMORY AND EARLY NUMERACY KM JENKS, ECDM VAN LIESHOUT, J DE MOOR

P-087 MUSIC THERAPY FOR CHILDREN WITH SEQUELAE AFTER CNS TUMOUR. A CASE-CONTROL STUDY K ANDERSSONA, O BJÖRKA, B ERICSSONA, H FORSSBERGA

P-088 EXECUTIVE FUNCTION, LEARNING, LANGUAGE, AND BEHAVIOR: A VIEW OF INTEGRATION F PEREZ-ALVAREZ TIMONEDA

P-089 PAST AND PRESENT NEUROLOGICAL AND NEUROCOGNITIVE OUTCOMES IN IDIOPATHIC CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM ISCHAEMIA IN CHILDHOOD B BASSI, B F BOBBA, D SIRAVEGNA, V VIANO, R RIGARDETTO

P-090 RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN NEURORADIOLOGICAL APPEARANCES AND MEASURES OF FUNCTIONAL, COGNITIVE AND PSYCHOLOGICAL OUTCOME AND HEALTH RELATED QUALITY OF LIFE IN CHILDREN WITH TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY (TBI) BJ HAMEED, HE MILLER, RJ MCCARTER, PM SHARPLES

P-091 LONG TERM EFFECTS OF TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY IN CHILDREN, A RETROSPECTIVE COHORT STUDY HE VAN DOORN, CALLENBACH, VERHEIJ, MAATHUIS

P-093 COGNITION AND BEHAVIOR IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY WITH AND WITHOUT EPILEPSY M CARLSSON, E BECKUNG, I OLSSON

P-094 FROM APRAXIA TO CHILD DYSPRAXIA: CONTRIBUTION OF NEUROANATOMICAL AND COGNITIVE ADULT MODELS IN COMPREHENSION OF MECHANISMS OF CONSTRUCTIONAL PRAXIS IMPAIRMENT IN BRAIN-DAMAGED AND NON-BRAINDAMAGED CHILDREN S GONZALEZ, C GLISSOUX, E LUC-PUPAT, O VALENCIA, A BARRIERE, A RITZ

P-095

INTELLECTUAL AND MEMORY FUNCTION OVER THE FIRST YEAR AFTER DIAGNOSIS IN CHILDREN TREATED FOR BRAIN TUMOURS COMPARED WITH MATCHED NORMAL CONTROLS. R SHORTMAN

P-096 COGNITIVE OUTCOME AT ONE AND SIX MONTHS AFTER DIAGNOSIS IN CHILDREN TREATED FOR BRAIN TUMOURS COMPARED WITH MATCHED NORMAL CONTROLS R SHORTMAN, RJ MCCARTER, A PENN, S LOWIS, M STEVENS, AL CURRAN, PM SHARPLES

P-097 PREDICTIVE VALUE OF BAYLEY MENTAL SCALE (BSID-II) FINDINGS IN CHILDREN BETWEEN 18 AND 30 MONTHS. COMPARISON WITH WISC - R SCALE AT THE AGE OF 7 YEARS I LORENTE HURTADO, G RUIZ CORTINA, S NEIVA

P-098 FAST MAPPING AS A PREDICTOR OF VOCABULARY DEVELOPMENT IN BRAZILIAN CHILDREN WITH SPECIFIC LANGUAGE IMPAIRMENT DM BEFI-LOPES, ML PUGLISI, JP GÂNDARA

P-099 PSEUDOWORD REPETITION IN BRAZILIAN CHILDREN WITH SPECIFIC LANGUAGE IMPAIRMENTS DM BEFI-LOPES, A RODRIGUES, ML PUGLISI

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P-100 INTENSIVE SPEECH THERAPY FOR OLDER CHILDREN WITH DYSARTHRIA: A PILOT STUDY L PENNINGTON, S ROBSON, N MILLER

P-101 BEST PRACTICES IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION AND DEVELOPMENT H MANNAN, D MCCAUSLAND

P-102 PREVALENCE OF VERBAL DYSPRAXIA AND APHASIA IN CHILDREN WITH CSWS AND RESPONSE TO TREATMENT J GOUDSWAARD, A DROST, Y GEERTS

P-103 DIFFERENT PROFILES OF READING IN DYSLEXIA AND SLI R COLOME, A SANS, A LÓPEZ-SALA, C BOIX, A SANGUINETTI, R GASSIÓ, J CAMPISTOL

EARLY INTERVENTION DEVELOPMENT P-104 THE BLACK BOX OF NEURODEVELOPMENTAL TREATMENT OF INFANTS WITH DEVELOPMENTAL MOTOR DISORDERS CH BLAUW-HOSPERS, JF DIRKS, M HADDERS-ALGRA

P-105 IMPACT OF DIAGNOSIS OF A DEVELOPMENTAL DISORDER ON THE CHILD AND ITS FAMILY S DIAS, H BARBOSA, R BOTELHO, F TORGAL, R GOUVEIA, M BAPTISTA

P-106 DO MEMBERS OF THE HABILITATION TEAM KNOW BY HEART THE COMPOSITION OF THE ADDITIONAL CARE NEEDS OF CHILDREN WITH NEURODEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES? A MEESTER-DELVER, A BEELEN, K FOLMER, D MEDEMA , M HADDERS-ALGRA

P-107 NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL PROFILE IN 124 VERY PRETERM BIRTH CHILDREN AT FIVE YEARS OLD A SANGUINETTI, E ALCOVER, A NASCIMENTO, A DÍAZ, R COLOME, A LÓPEZ-SALA, C BOIX, A SANS, M IRIONDO

P-108 NEONATAL ULTRASOUND ABNORMALITIES IN INFANTS WITH SEVERE INTRAUTERINE GROWTH RESTRICTION N PADILLA, R ACOSTA-ROJAS, ENRIQUEZ, J PERAPOCH, E HERNANDEZ-ANDRADE, CARRERAS, E GRATACOS

P-109 THE EFFECT OF NEONATAL HYPOXIC ISCHEMIC ON BRAIN DAMAGE AND CLINICAL OUTCOME: THE VALUE OF NEONATAL DIFFUSION WEIGHTED IMAGING. RJ VERMEULEN, G BIESBROEK, PEM VAN SCHIE, M WEISSENBUCH, JW POUWELS

P-110 EVALUATION OF THE NEURODEVELOPMENT OF INFANTS AFFECTED BY ASPHYXIA AND/OR PREMATURELY TREATED WITH NEUROHABILITATION THERAPY DURING THE FIRST YEAR JE BARRERA M., T HARMONY, A FERNÁNDEZ-BOUZAS, J RICARDO-GARCELL, E PORRAS-KATTZ, D ÁVILA-ACOSTA

P-111 VISUAL CAPACITIES OF PRETERM INFANTS M LEONHARDT, M FORNS, V MORENO, C. ROMANO, P SÁNCHEZ, Mª J RAMSPOTT, M REINOSO

P-112 GENERAL MOVEMENTS IN LOW BIRTH WEIGHT PRETERM BABIES AND NEUROLOGICAL OUTCOME AT TWO YEARS N ZAVRL, B IUITERIII

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P-113 DIFFERENTIAL EFFECTS OF BIOLOGICAL RISK AND ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS ON COGNITIVE AND MOTOR DEVELOPMENT IN EARLY CHILDHOOD OF PRETERM INFANTS H MULDER, T KATGERT, M DE KLEINE, AL VAN BAAR, M J JONGMANS

P-114 EFFECTS OF AN ORAL STIMULATION PROGRAM IN PRETERM INFANTS I RIQUELME, F HERNÁNDEZ, DOMÍNGUEZ A

P-115 TEST-RETEST OF THE NORWEGIAN TRANSLATION OF MPOC-20 AK HAGEN, OR HAFSMO; P ROBERTSON; WS BJORBÆKMO

P-116 DEVELOPMENT OF POSTURAL MUSCLE ACTIVITY DURING REACHING IN TYPICALLY DEVELOPING INFANTS: THE ABILITY TO ADAPT EMERGES AT 6 MONTHS OF AGE VB DE GRAAF-PETERS, J BAKKER, E OTTEN , M HADDERS-ALGRA

P-117 NEUROLOGICAL SIGNS AT TWO YEARS: CORRELATION WITH THE ASSESSMENT OF GENERAL MOVEMENTS B _U_TER_I_A, D PARO-PANJANB

P-118 ASSESSMENT OF PRESCHOOLERS REFERRED WITH MOTOR PROBLEMS: ARE WE WASTING OUR TIME? M SCHERTZ, R FRIED, L LAX, L ZUK

P-119 DEVELOPMENT OF EMG AND KINEMATICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF REACHING IN INFANTS 4-6 MONTHS OF AGE J BAKKER, VB DE GRAAF-PETERS, E OTTEN, M HADDERS-ALGRA

P-120 FOG’S TEST: A PILOT VIDEO STUDY OF CHILDREN ATTENDING MAIN-STREAM SCHOOL C HITCHINS, M SALT, E MARDER, WP WHITEHOUSE

P-121 TELEFYSI: UPGRADING OF BROADBAND VIDEO-CONSULTATION FOR TRANSMURAL COMMUNICATION CONCERNING CHILDREN WITH POSTURAL AND MOVEMENT DISORDERS JKC BLOO, F GROBBE, J SPOELSTRA, JJW VISSER

P-122 MOTOR IMAGERY AS A TOOL TO STUDY MOVEMENT DEVELOPMENT K CAEYENBERGHS, D VAN ROON, SP SWINNEN, PH WILSON, & BCM SMITS-ENGELSMAN

P-123 REORGANISATION OF COGNITIVE FUNCTIONS AFTER UNILATERAL STROKE IN CHILDHOOD – A COMBINATION OF TWO IMAGING METHODS R EVERTS, C KIEFER, F KAUFMANN, K LIDZBA, M WILKE, W PERRIG, G SCHROTH, M STEINLIN

P-124 HOLISTIC PEDIATRIC REHABILITATION PROGRAMME FOR CHILDREN WITH ACQUIRED BRAIN INJURY: PRELIMINARY STUDY RESULTS M KERMINEN, O HONKINEN, N MELLENIUS, H MILLER

P-125 A LIFESPAN HABILITATION PROGRAM FOR PERSONS WITH MILD MENTAL RETARDATION J OTTERSEN

P-126 THE MODIFIED ICF-CHECKLIST FOR EARLY INTERVENTION – PRESENTATION OF THE CHECKLIST AND ITS APPLICATION IN TWO EARLY INTERVENTION CENTERS IN NORTH GERMANY O KRAUS DE CAMARGO, M KAFFKA-BACKMANN, L SIMON, J KÜHL

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ADHD P-127 ADHD: USE OF FEUERSTEIN METHOD AND PSYCHOMOTOR THERAPHY AS TREATMENT IN VERY YOUNG CHILDREN B BASSI, B FULVA BOBBA, G GLIOZZI, R RIGARDETTO

P-128 TELE ADHD (ATTENTION DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER) CLINIC A NOVEL APPROACH TO IMPROVE SERVICE DELIVERY AND CONCORDANCE S PERERA

P-129 READING PROFILES IN ATTENTION-DEFICIT/ HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER (ADHD) C BOIX, A SANS, R COLOMÉ, A LÓPEZ, A SANGUINETTI, R GASSIÓ, J CAMPISTOL

P-130 USE OF METHYLPHENIDATE FOR ADHD IN CHILDHOOD E ABBAS

P-131 TREATMENT OF ADHD IN YOUNG PEOPLE WITH LEARNING DISABILITY AND COMPLEX EPILEPSY T FOSI, S E AYLETT, R SCOTT, T LAX-PERICALL

AUTISM P-133 THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MOTOR ABILITIES AND DAILY LIVING ACTIVITIES IN AUTISTIC CHILDREN G BUMIN, A GÜNAL

P-134 THE COMPARISON OF MOTOR PROFICIENCY BETWEEN AUTISTIC AND HEALTY CHILDREN G BUMIN, A GÜNAL

P-135 DIAGNOSTIC AND SUPPORT PROGRAMS FOR PRESCHOOL CHILDREN WITH AUTISTIC SPECTRUM DISORDERS IN STPETERSBURG: QUALITATIVE STUDY OF THE EXISTING SITUATION AND FAMILY NEEDS T MOROZOVA, S DOVBNYA

P-136 ON IMITATION IN AUTISM: CHILDREN WITH FRAGILE X SYNDROME WITH/WITHOUT AUTISM M MACEDONI-LUKSIC, L GREISS-HESS, D GOSAR, KL CHITWOOD AND R HAGERMAN

P-137 DETERMINATION OF PLASMATIC AMINO ACIDS IN EPILEPTIC PATIENTS AND AUTISTICS WITH EPILEPSY M ZAVALA DE F, JM DELGADO, L HERNANDEZ, A GRUART, N MONTIEL

P-139 RETT SYNDROME – MORE ABOUT THE HANDS L WALES

P-140 USE OF ARIPIPRAZOLE (ABILIFY) IN PAEDIATRIC POPULATION S BANERJEE

P-141 DIAGNOSING SPECIFIC LANGUAGE IMPAIRMENT (SLI) M ASIKAINEN

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MISCELANEA P-142 INTRACORTICAL INHIBITION AND FACILITIATION BEFORE AND AFTER CONSTRAINT- INDUCED MOVEMENT THERAPY (CIMT) IN CONGENITAL HEMIPARESIS S BERWECK, V BRODBECK, M WALTHER, N WAGNER, M STAUDT, V MALL

P-143 CASE REPORT: A 6 YEARS OLD FEMALE AFFECTED BY CEREBELLAR HYPOPLASYA WITH A VERY MILD MENTAL RETARDATION AND LANGUAGE DISFUNCION B BASSI, BF BOBBA, E GAIDOLFI, T BORRO, D SIRAVEGNA, V VIANO, R RIGARDETTO

P-144 CEREBRAL STROKES IN CHILDHOOD: HAEMATOLOGICAL SCREENING PROTOCOL AND THROMBOPHILIC RISK FACTORS B BASSI, A PELOSO, B FULVA BOBBA, E PARODI, P SARACCO, R RIGARDETTO

P-145 UNILATERAL FACIAL PALSY: A RARE PRESENTATION OF BRAINSTEM DYSGENESIS C ROMANO, A MACAYA, M DEL TORO, S BORONAT, M GRATACÒS, E VÁZQUEZ, M ROIG

P-146 LOCOMOTION RECOVERY IN TWO ACQUIRED BRAIN INJURY CHILDREN WITH UNILATERAL SPATIAL NEGLECT M STORTINI, I AMICUZI, L BOLLEA, P GIANNARELLI, A MARTINI, MD MAIOCCO, R PETTINARI, G DI ROSA, M PETRARCA, E CASTELLI

P-147 ADRENOLEUKODYSTROPHY RELATED TO X CHROMOSOME: DESCRIPTION OF CLINICAL CASE AND IMPORTANCE OF THE GENETIC STUDY OF CARRIERS T ESPINETTE, H LOSADA, ME RAVELO, GARCÍA, A SÁNCHEZ, A OROZCO, N BASILE, K MANZO, G CASTRO JOSÉ MANUEL DE LOS RÍOS

P-148 INFANT-JUVENILE MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS: DESCRIPTION OF 6 CLINICAL CASES AND LITERATURE´S REVIEW T ESPINETTE, ME RAVELO, GARCÍA, A SÁNCHEZ , A OROZCO, N BASILE, K MANZO, G CASTRO, M QUERO,

JOSÉ MANUEL DE LOS RÍOS

P-149 OCLUSIVE CEREBRAL INFARCT IN PEDIATRICS HAS PARTICULAR IMPORTANCE THOUGHT TO THE RANGE OF AGES IN WHICH IT OCCURS IN THIS PATIENTS AND THE SEQUELS IT PRODUCES J CARRILLO IBARRA

P-150 CASE OF EARLY-ONSET DYSTONIA IN A GIRL WITH MILD PERINATAL BRAIN INJURY D NEUBAUER, J KODRIC

P-151 EXTRAORDINARY ETIOLOGY OF CEREBRAL PALSY G FILICZKI, M BALÁZS, M CSÓKA, G KOVÁCS

P-152 A REVIEW OF THE MEDICAL PROBLEMS OF CHILDREN WITH CLEFT LIP AND/OR CLEFT PALATE AND THE INPUT OF PAEDIATRICIANS M CHITRE, S BHAKTHAVALSALA, S BURTON BA HONS

P-153 RELATIONSHIP OF UNDERNUTRITION TO HEALTH AND QUALITY OF LIFE IN CHILDREN WITH SEVERE MOTOR AND MENTAL DISABILITIES C HOLENWEG-GROSS, I HODGKINSON, C NEWMAN, M ROULET, E ROULET-PEREZ, L JUNIER, J NIELSEN, CD FRUND, V GAUTHERON, D’ANJOU, E ANDRE, C BÉRARD

P-154 PSYCO-EDUCATIONAL TOURETTE’S SYNDROME PROGRAMME FOCUSSED TO AFECTED CHILDREN AND THEIR FAMILIES C LÓPEZ-SOLÀ, A PRATS PARIS, M CRESPO, A BAYÉS

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P-155 NEUROLOGICAL AND COGNITIVE COMPLICATIONS OF GALACTOSAEMIA NJ DALE, R SURTEES, B HOHNEN, P LEE

P-156 RETROSPECTIVE ASSESSMENT OF THE USE OF MELATONIN FOR CHILDREN WITH SLEEP PROBLEMS:AN AUDIT OF THE GREATER BELFAST AREA JE BOTHWELL MRCP, A HAGAN, G CURRAN

P-157 IDENTIFICATION OF SLEEP PROBLEMS BY QUESTIONNAIRE IN CHILDREN WITH SEVERE CEREBRAL PALSY Y KHAN, JM UNDERHILL

P-158 TRAINING OF SACCADIC EYE MOVEMENTS BY AUDIO-VISUAL STIMULATION: A STRATEGY TO COMPENSATE FOR VISUAL FIELD DEFECTS IN CHILDREN ? F TINELLI MDA, C BERTINI PHDB, A GUZZETTA.MDA, N BOLOGNINI PHDB, E LADAVAS PHDB, G CIONI

P-159 IMPROVEMENT OF VISION ASSESSMENT OF CHILDREN WITH MOTOR IMPAIRMENT FOR REHABILITATION AND SPECIAL EDUCATION A TERVOA, U ERONENA, I MIINALAINENA, L HYVÄRINEND, K JOKINENC, E JÄÄSKELÄINEN-HEIKKINENB, I KEKÄLÄINENC, T KIVIRANTAC, E KYLLÖNENB, P LEHTOMÄKIC, H NENONENE, USTENBÄCKC, E SÄRKELÄB, L VIRKKUNENB

P-160 EPILEPSY: IT BORDERS ME! WHAT SHALL I DO? Y GEERTS, Y BEKKEMA, M LUTT

P-161 CO-ORDINATING CARE FOR CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES IN HOSPITAL J TESS

P-162 PERSONAL RESUSCITATION PLANS (PRPS) IN CHILDREN WITH LIFE LIMITING CONDITIONS A WOLFF, S HOLLINGSWORTH, C CRAWFORD, WP WHITEHOUSE

P-163 AN AUDIT TOOL FOR CHILDREN’S PALLIATIVE CARE: A PILOT A WOLFF, F NEENAN, WP WHITEHOUSE

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WELCOME RECEPTION (Thursday, October 19,20h) Included in the registration fee. The welcome reception will be held at The Palau Reial de Pedralbes (Av. Diagonal,686, underground L3-green, Palau Reial Station), built by the citizens of Barcelona at the beginning of the 20th century as a gift for King Alfonso XIII, surrounded by large and attractive gardens. No transportation service will be provided to attend the welcome reception.

CONCERT AND SOCIAL DINNER (Friday,October 20, 20.30h) The Meeting dinner will be held at CASA LLOTJA DE MAR (Passeig Isabel II, 1, Barcelona). The price for the dinner is 85¤ per person, which is not included in the registration fee. If there are places available, extra dinner tickets can be bought from the Meeting Secretariat at the Meeting venue on Thursday, October 19. Places are limited (you must have a ticket to attend). A bus service will be provided to attend the concert and social dinner, departing at 19.30h. from the Hotel Serhs Campus (Bellaterra). After the dinner (23.30h aproximately), the buses will go back to the Hotel Serhs Campus.

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MEETING VENUE Hotel Serhs Campus Vila Universitària (Campus de la UAB) 08193 Bellaterra-Cerdanyola del Vallès Barcelona

REGISTRATION DESK Registration is located on the Hall of the Hotel Serhs Campus, next to the main entrance. Staff will be available at all times during the opening hours of the Meeting from Wednesday, October 18 until Saturday, October 21, offering all delegates the following services: - On-site registration - Tickets sale for the concert and social dinner (on sale only on Thursday,19 upon availability) - Hotel information - Exhibition information - General information about Barcelona

SLIDES ROOM The slides room is located on the second floor of the Meeting Venue (Hotel Serhs Campus, Room Marie Curie). Speakers using audiovisual equipment during their presentations should use this room at least 2 hours before their sessions starts, in order to check their materials. For speakers presenting in the morning, the organisation recommends checking their materials the day before. Technical assistance will be available in the slides room from 12.00h to 18.00h on Wednesday 18, from 08.00h to 18.00h on Thursday 19 and Friday 20, and from 08.00h to 16.00h on Saturday 21.

CERTIFICATES All meeting delegates will receive a certificate of attendance with their Meeting documentation. Meeting delegates presenting either an oral communication or a poster may request their certificates from the Meeting Secretariat in the Meeting venue.

OFFICIAL LANGUAGE English is the official language of the Meeting. Simultaneous translation service (English-Spanish/Spanish-English) will be available for Plenary sessions, Seminars and some Satellite Symposia, as indicated in the timetable.

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ACCREDITATION SATELITE SIMPOSIA. Based on the agreement between the Spanish Ministry of Health, the Spanish Ministry of Education and the Spanish Medical Association, this event has been accredited/certified with 0,4 CME Credits, equivalents to 2 course hours learning hours.

Credits recognised by the “European Accreditation Council for CME” (EACCME) of the UEMS.

MAIN TOPICS. Based on the agreement between the Spanish Ministry of Health, the Spanish Ministry of Education and the Spanish Medical Association, this event has been accredited/certified with 0,4 CME Credits, equivalents to 2,15 course hours learning hours.

Credits recognised by the “European Accreditation Council for CME” (EACCME) of the UEMS.

SEMINARS. Based on the agreement between the Spanish Ministry of Health, the Spanish Ministry of Education and the Spanish Medical Association, this event has been accredited/certified with 0,2 CME Credits, equivalents to 1 course hours learning hours.

Credits recognised by the “European Accreditation Council for CME” (EACCME) of the UEMS. WORKSHOPS. Based on the agreement between the Spanish Ministry of Health, the Spanish Ministry of Education and the Spanish Medical Association, this event has been accredited/certified with 0,1 CME Credits, equivalents to 1 course hours learning hours and 0,2 CME Credits, equivalents to 1,5 course hours learning hours.

Credits recognised by the “European Accreditation Council for CME” (EACCME) of the UEMS

NOTE: The congress documents include the accreditation forms corresponding to all the scientific sessions, which should be completed and delivered to the Secretariat in case you would like to receive the certificate of accreditation.

DISCLAIMER The information contained in this brochure is correct at the time of printing. The Meeting Organising Committee and the Meeting Secretariat reserve the right to alter or delete items from the meeting or social programme and to alter or delete information supplied in the brochure on accommodation, venues, prices and all other information contained herein.

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SPONSORS The Organising Committee wishes to acknowledge and thank the following companies for their generous support:

MEDICAL NUTRITION

Source for life

With the support of:

MEETING SECRETARIAT

Calvet, 30 08021 Barcelona. Spain Phone: (+34) 93 201 75 71 Fax (+34) 93 201 97 89 E-mail: [email protected]

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