International scientific meeting day dedicated to the progress achieved by the ‘Pace for CP” Program, November 29, 2013, in Paris:
“Pace Approach: Perception – Action – Cognition – Environment
- New tools for an integrated and developmental approach
to Cerebral Palsy and other neurodevelopmental disorders.”
This day aims at gathering together scientists and clinicians working in this integrated and developmental perspective in order to favor exchanges between complementary research fields and disciplines.
It will also be an opportunity to present new research and clinic tools (for the purposes of diagnosis, prognostic, or evaluation of innovative therapeutic strategies) developed in the field of CP, within the ‘Pace for CP’ program.
Contact: Emilie Gaillard firstname.lastname@example.org
Project Leader – ‘PACE for CP’ Programme at La Fondation Motrice
- Online registration
Registration fees : 220 € (80 € for students)
- Contact registration: Espace Evènementiel – email@example.com
Phone: +33(0)126.96.36.199.02 -Fax +33(0)188.8.131.52.83
- Download the Preliminary program
- Download the practical information
- Download the Call for posters
The call for posters is closed.
- Download the announcement poster
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Founded in 1969, ICPS is a worldwide umbrella organisation helping others to help themselves. We work with people with cerebral palsy and related disorders, their families and those who work with them, responding appropriately to need.
We are low-cost, and can supply vital expertise, advice, resources and information, and an international interchange of people, ideas and good practise.
Our members are both major Organisations and Individuals with an interest in CP.
To find out more about us and become a member, visit our website: www.icps.org.uk
OVE is a non lucrative private association that operates special institutes and medical and social services ; it was created in 1945.
OVE takes care of around 2500 children, teenagers and adults disabled or in case of great difficulty, in about 60 special institutes and social services.
Its mission is to serve each person (child, teenager, adult, elderly person) needing assistance and care, especially those who are in greater difficulties, so as to bring them to autonomy and inclusion, with the aim to make his or her life as good as possible.
OVE offers services to the accomodated public and their families : care, education, schooling and training, occupational integration, accomodation, support in every day life, support for social inclusion.
OVE is commited to anticipate the evolutions of society, of science and of the sector, and to work in partnership which all kinds of partners - including academic, scientific and medical communities – in order to be able to offer the best adapted support for the persons who need it.
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