Argentina Association Congress
The city of Buenos Aires will host 25 to August 27, 2010, from the 1st. multidisciplinary of NEUROREHABILITATION and accessibility scaling-AATF-ATEN 2010 Congress. In the year of the bicentennial in the framework of the same will be carried out the following activities: Symposium Neuroortopedia scaling 2010, 3rd. Argentine Symposium of the child with neurological disorders AATF 2010, 1st Symposium Argentino of neurodevelopment ATEN. 1st.
Neurorehabilitation Symposium of the adult patient. The 1st. Argentine Symposium on disability, rehabilitation and accessibility SAMFYR AATF will be significant. Their activities and contents, are aimed to integrate knowledge from different areas and disciplines of rehabilitation, and also opening a parallel and integrated to the current concept of accessibility. To do this, it convenes various sectors of the community of health, governmental institutions (CONADIS/COPIDIS/ministries), non governmental (PAHO/UNICEF/UNESCO), and the entire community, to strengthen and integrate ideas focused on the needs of those who are beneficiaries of the health services and special programs. They carried out too; Argentine chapter of Pediatrics and disability.
SAP. Argentine chapter of occupational therapy and sensory integration chapter of Audiology and augmentative alternative communication. This Congress is organized jointly by the Argentina society of Neuroortopedia scaling-, the Argentina Association of AATF physical therapy and therapists Association of neurodevelopment ATEN mode: conferences, Mini-conferences, round tables, courses Intra Congress. Practical instruction courses, workshops / troubleshooting. Presentation of scientific papers, posters. May be attended by medical professionals and related careers enrolled in health: physical therapy, Kinesiology, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech and language pathology. Congress venue: National Academy of Medicine of Buenos Aires. AV. Las Heras 3092 CABA. Arancelada activity with limited vacancies. It requires advance registration.