2023 Sessions 2023 Sessions Search Search by category Advocacy Mental Health MS Management Nursing Rehabilitation Research Science of MS Skills Development Symptomatic Management Technologic Advances Wellness Lecture Clinical Course Symposium Fundamentals If you are human, leave this field blank. Search ALL SESSIONS Please email [email protected] if the presentation you are looking for is not available. Rehabilitation | Clinical Course A Team Approach to Evaluation and Recommendations for Augmentative and Alternative Communication Controls In this session, the transdisciplinary approach to MS Rehab and AAC will be outlined by a speech-language pathologist, occupational therapist, and physical therapist. Clinicians will also discuss . . . Rehabilitation Current Topics and Trends in MS Rehab Part 1: Understanding Fatigue and Its Clinical Management Fatigue is the most common MS symptom, suffered by up to 90% of patients, and has a significant impact on the lives of patients and their families. Despite over 100 years of research, little is known . . . Rehabilitation | Research Current Topics and Trends in MS Rehab Part 2 1) This session will focus on several aspects of vestibular and oculomotor function in people with MS that attendees will find of interest, ranging from introductory descriptions of how these . . . Rehabilitation Current Topics and Trends in MS Rehab Part 3 The Latest and Greatest in MS Rehab: Technological Advances and Cutting-edge Research in MS Rehabilitation How have the latest and greatest technological advances and cutting-edge research shaped the practice of rehabilitation in individuals with Multiple Sclerosis? This lecture series will highlight some . . . Mental Health | Rehabilitation | Research Current Topics and Trends in MS Rehab Part 4 1) Interpretation and Understanding Non-Pharmaceutical Clinical Research Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a multifarious, chronic disease of the central nervous system, resulting in heterogenous neurologic . . . Rehabilitation | Symposium Referring to Rehab? An Advanced Practitioner’s Guide to Interdisciplinary Rehabilitation in Multiple Sclerosis Despite the heterogenous clinical presentation of multiple sclerosis (MS) and the potential for degenerative changes in sensory function and mobility, patients with MS are often not referred to . . .