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Tuesday 13.09.22



Christine Imms (University of Melbourne, Australia)

Keynote speech: Participation for all: Overview of evidence and priorities for research. A review of the Special Edition of Disability and Rehabilitation on Participation Research

Jessica Kramer (University of Florida, USA)

Keynote speech: Measuring participation for all: Ensuring access and equity in participation instruments

Dana Anaby (McGill University, Canada)

Keynote speech: Implementing the magic of participation for all: The Participation-focused Knowledge Translation (P-KT) roadmap for promoting participation-based practices and its use in guiding a collaborative KT strategy in inclusive schools


Sonya Girdler


“Enabling Environments and Disabling Barriers”


Berit Gjessing


Important factors for “tailoring” a tricycle – and implications for cycling satisfaction


Gregor Maxwell


An international systematic review of the ICF and Education: comparisons from German, Portuguese, Italian, Spanish, Chinese, and South African publications


Karin Bertills


Inclusive Physical Education (PE) environments – PE teachers’ views on how they facilitate participation for students with disabilities


Arne Henning Eide


Participation and inclusion of children and youth with disabilities in local communities


Magnus Ivarsson


Self-Rated Participation in Children with Developmental Disabilities via Video Communication – The Feasibility of Administering Picture My Participation in Zoom


Kwok Ng


Predictors to find leisure time activities among children and adolescents with disabilities


Catherine Elliott


The power of people to promote authentic involvement and partnership


Jennifer Gothilander


Factor structure of FUNDES-Child-SE measuring attendance, engagement, and independence in youths with disability in a Swedish context


Magnus Ivarsson


The Strengths and Stressors in Parenting (SSF) Questionnaire - Structural Validity in Parents of Children with Developmental Disabilities


Marte Bentzen


Monitoring mental health in Para athletes in preparation, during and after the Paralympic Games 2022– a prospective mixed-method study


Gaela Kilgour


More than just having fun! Understanding the experience of involvement in physical activity


Frida Åstrøm


Measuring Child Engagement in Intervention Studies Targeting Early Childhood Education and Care: A Scoping Review


Cecilie Røe


Validation of the Norwegian version of The Participation Assessment with Recombined Tools-Objective (PART-O)


Milena Milićević


Participation as an intervention outcome for children with disabilities and/or chronic conditions in low- and middle-income countries: A scoping review


Friedolin Steinhardt


Perceived facilitators and barriers for participation in leisure activities in children with disabilities: perspectives of Norwegian children, parents and professionals



Wednesday 14.09.22



Mats Granlund (Jönköping University, Sweeden)

Keynote speech: Participation as a means and an end in intervention work

Marjolijn Ketelaar (Center of Excellence for Rehabilitation Medicine; UMC Utrecht and De Hoogstraat Rehabilitaion. The Netherlands)

Keynote speech: Participation for all in a life-course perspective: Partnering to solve the participation puzzle

Jan Willem Gorter (University Medical Center Utrecht, The Netherlands)

Keynote speech: Focus on the future of participation



Thursday 15.09.22



Peter Rosenbaum (McMaster University & CanChild Centre for Childhood Disability Research, Canada)

Keynote speech: How and Why Should “Participation” Be A Family Affair?


Hayley Marriott


A novel approach in educating healthcare professionals and users on the benefits of exercise in children and young people - Moving Medicine UK


Katina Pettersson


Living Conditions and Social Outcomes in Adults with Cerebral Palsy


Mette Miklos


Dynamics of Courage: Personal Processes of Learning in a Rehabilitation Context, a Case Study 

“Here we are together, at home you are alone”:  The social processes of a group based intensive rehabilitation program for young adults with disabilities


Eva Björck


Inclusive Early Childhood Education (IECE) – enabling all children to participate


Suzie Noten


New ICF Core Sets for adults with cerebral palsy: Opportunities to standardize assessments worldwide


Dana Anaby


Improving participation through the PREP (Pathways and Resources for Engagement and Participation) intervention: Current evidence and emerging benefits


Mie Maar Andersen


“I can and dare” - Experienced development processes after attending a sports camp for people with cerebral palsy


Gaela Kilgour


Experiencing the Journey to Sustained Participation in Physical Activity: Navigating my own Waka (Māori canoe).


Kim Straun


Exercise therapy in paediatric oncology - the FORTEe project


Anna Ullenhag


How youth with cerebral palsy perceive participation in everyday life after participating in intensive rehabilitation based on adapted physical activity.


Christine Imms


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