HUGE SAVINGS FOR CARF AFFILIATES

EXTRA 15% OFF already reduced Early Bird Rates!

ACRM is pleased to announce a SPECIAL OFFER for CARF affiliates... Join rehabilitation colleagues from around the world at the premier conference for interdisciplinary rehabilitation research, the ACRM Annual Conference, Progress in Rehabilitation Research, 7 - 11 October 2014.

Enter discount code 2014Discount-CARF (at check-out) and instantly SAVE an additional 15% OFF the already reduced rates.

The LARGEST interdisciplinary rehabilitation research conference in the world

7 - 11 OCTOBER 2014

FEATURING:
NON-STOP CONTENT for: Brain Injury • Spinal Cord Injury • Stroke • Neurodegenerative Diseases • Pain • Cancer

As low as $295 for Students, $595 for ACRM members

WHERE:
InterContinental, Toronto Centre and the Metro Toronto Convention Centre

MORE:
http://www.ACRMconference.org/

NON-STOP Content in SIX Diagnostic Areas

SEE the Preliminary Program

Interdisciplinary, evidence-based, world-class, cutting-edge content...

  • 30+ hours of content for Brain Injury
  • 12 hours of content for Spinal Cord Injury
  • 12 hours of content for Neurodegenerative Diseases
  • 8 hours of content for Stroke
  • 12 hours of content for Pain
  • PLUS 20+ hours of content that spans multiple diagnostic areas
  • MORE ...

Get the EVIDENCE You Need

Check out this sample of evidence-based symposia developed to meet your needs.

VISIT http://www.acrm.org/meetings/2014-annual-conference for details

Optional: Pile on ALL of the CMEs/CEUs for which you qualify and pay just one low processing fee. Continuing Education Credit available in your choice of 11 disciplines.

Pre- & Post-Conference Courses Scheduled with YOU in Mind

Cognitive Rehabilitation Training -- Two days of introductory training teaches evidence-based interventions for impairments of executive functions, memory, attention, hemispatial neglect, and social communication. Includes the manual! More >>

23 Instructional Courses -- Half-day, in-depth courses help you dig deep into special interest areas. Here's a small sampling of what you won't want to miss:

VISIT http://www.acrm.org/2014-annual-conference/pre-post-conference to VIEW ALL COURSES

We are ACRM

We BELIEVE in improving lives through Interdisciplinary rehabilitation research
  • Brain Injury
  • Spinal Cord Injury
  • Stroke
  • Neurorehabilitation
  • Pain
  • Cancer

If you do, too, please join us in TORONTO or as a member. ACRM.org

ACRM serves a global community of researchers, providers, and administrators to deliver evidence-based rehabilitation interventions to people with disabling conditions, such as brain injury, spinal cord injury, stroke, neurodegenerative diseases and pain. ACRM is committed to disseminating research and educating providers to improve lives through interdisciplinary rehabilitation research.
ACRM is a member of CARF’s International Advisory Council (IAC). If you are a member of ACRM, you already know the benefits of being involved with the premiere association of rehabilitation researchers and providers. The ability as rehab providers to exchange ideas and concepts with individuals who are leaders in research is a unique opportunity and one that offers rehabilitation providers the ability to be engaged and stay current in the field.

For those of you who are not members, ACRM has special interest groups that address the areas CARF accredits in. For example brain injury, stroke, spinal cord, and pediatrics. They have special groups on outcomes and also address pain and other pertinent rehabilitation areas. These groups are combinations of researchers and providers all collaborating together to improve and enhance the lives of those you serve in your organizations.

Involvement with ACRM, participating in the special interest groups and attendance at their annual meeting are great ways to also have the latest information to meet the standards about your treatment strategies and interventions and how they are supported by research, clinical evidence, peer review articles etc. ACRM is the owner of the ARCHIVES the leading rehabilitation journal. This journal is also one of the perks of membership in ACRM.