The following abstracts have been invited to present a poster at the BACD annual scientific meeting:

  • Childhood Obesity Within A Special School Setting - Samantha Bailey
  • It’s a “passage” not a “storage” organ - incidental finding of rectal faecal loading on hip x-rays - Dr Rym Chafai El Alaoui
  • A child and young person’s perspective on decision-making around Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy - Deepti Chugh
  • Experience of using PEDI-CAT as an evaluation of functional changes in children with cerebral palsy following Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy Surgery - Sarah Foster
  • The neuroplasticity sand-timer in early intervention - Parent perspectives of hope and pressure when engaging in occupational and physiotherapy for infants with cerebral palsy - Phillip Harniess
  • ‘Try-cycle’ – a novel inter-professional programme promoting activity and independent cycling for Children and Young people with complex motor disorder - Claire Higgins
  • Exploring the role of human factors in data migration - Dr Dominque James
  • Using collaborative goal setting and the ICF to map family priorities with a view to enhancing intervention planning for infants and young children with cerebral palsy - Dr Sally Jary
  • The use of the Composite Sleep Disturbance Index (CSDI) as a tool to evaluate outcomes of a group delivered sleep intervention, in children with disability based in a tertiary sleep service - Dr Noor Kafil-Hussain
  • Development of a Digital Toolkit for Objective Assessment of Movement in Children with Cerebral Palsy: A Multidisciplinary Approach - Dr Claire Kerr
  • Framework for meaningful participation in inclusive sport for children and young people with neurodisability - Emer O'Reilly
  • Comparing the Changing Rate of Diagnosis of ADHD between boys and girls in a Large Inner-City Hospital - Dr Joanna O'Sullivan
  • Development of a clinical screening instrument for depression symptoms in children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorder  - Dr Sinead Rhodes
  • A Joint Community Paediatric and CAMHS ID clinic for children and young people with Autism and Severe Intellectual Disability Attending a Special School: An Example of Novel, Joint Working - Dr Amy Taylor
  • Parent-delivered strategies to improve eating, drinking and swallowing difficulties of young children with neurodisability (FEEDS): current practice and future research - Dr Helen Taylor
  • Parents who have a child with an undiagnosed developmental disability - Georgia Topping
  • Parental decision-making around Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy – A family participatory research  - Gillian Waite
  • Implementation of training to improve communication with disabled children on the ward: a feasibility study - Kath Wilkinson
  • Development of a national virtual teaching platform to improve paediatric neurodisability sub-specialty training  - Dr Katy Wood

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