With the theme New Strategies to Improve Outcome and Quality of Life this Conference will focus on the development of innovative treatments, rehabilitation programmes, support mechanisms and ways to improve the lives and potential of young people affected by brain injury.
The Conference programme will be inclusive of all issues relating to paediatric brain injury, both traumatic (e.g., external physical force injuries, penetrating injuries) and atraumatic (e.g., infectious diseases, tumours, stroke, neurotoxic poisonings).
Please find a list of symposia below, to find out more information please click each respective title.
- Innovative Technologies and Dynamic Solution for Gait Recovery in Children with Acquired Brain Injury
- Supporting Educators in Working with Children with Acquired Brain Injury (ABI)
- Identifying Needs for Children and Adolescents with Traumatic Brain Injury....How Do We Manage the Gaps?
- Multidisciplinary Rehabilitation in Children with Brain Tumors: Bambino Gesù Children's Hospital Experience
- Crime and Traumatic Brain Injury: Causal Links and Interventions
- The Neuroscience and Neuropsychology of Social Impairment After Child Acquired Brain Injury
- Concussion in Children and Youth in 2017: A Review of Current Guidelines and Research Findings and Their Relevance to Clinical Practice
- Vulnerability or Sparing? The Impact of Developmental Stage at TBI on Longitudinal Cognitive, Psychosocial, and Neuroimaging Outcomes
- What About the Little Ones? Assessment and Outcomes of Early Childhood TBI
- International Perspectives on Family Needs After Pediatric ABI
- Innovative Pathways for Children and Youth with Acquired Brain Injury in Four European Countries
- Multidisciplinary Management of Bladder and Bowel Dysfunctions in Children and Adolescents with Pediatric Acquired Brain Injury
- Evidenced Based Assessment and Treatment of Children with Mild Traumatic Brain Injury and Adolescents with Mild Traumatic Brain Injury
- Improving Postural Control in Early Rehabilitative Treatment of Children with Acquired Brain Injury
- Long Term Outcomes of Traumatic Brain Injury in Children