About This Show
The Centre of Research Excellence in Cerebral Palsy (CRE-CP) brings together leading researchers, clinicians and consumers in a concerted effort to bring about change in the management and treatment of cerebral palsy.
The ultimate goal of CRE-CP is to improve the physical, mental, social and emotional health and well-being of any person affected by cerebral palsy, and their families. Specifically, the research program aims to increase functionality, quality of life and social participation, whilst reducing pain and deformity.
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VPRS education day part 3: Outpatient development
In this edition, we hear about current and emerging research in paediatric rehabilitation from a selection of practitioners with the Victorian Paediatric Rehabilitation Service. We'll hear this discussion in four parts - this is part two. In parts one, three and four; early detection and intervention, participation in rehabilitation and upper limb orthosis. This episode features Sue Greaves, Acting Manager of Occupational Therapy at the Royal Children's Hospital. Sue gives some updates on exciting new things happening in the outpatient developmental assessment programs at the Children's. Now, Sue starts with an acronym - AHDAC is the Allied Health Developmental Assessment Clinic.