The theme being 'Cognition and Occupation-Based Practice - Advances in Theory, Assessment & Clinical Applications of the Allen Cognitive Levels in Occupation-based Practice'.
October 7th & 8th in St Louis
Sponsored by Allen Cognitive Advisors, Ltd.
Saint Louis University. Doisey School of Allied Health, Dept of Occupational Science & Occupational Therapy
On behalf of Allen Cognitive Advisors and our Symposium attendees, we extend our appreciation to the following very accomplished speakers:
Noomi Katz, PhD, OTR, Professor, School of Occupational Therapy, Faculty of Medicine, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel.
Theressa Burns, OTR, Minneapolis Geriatric Research, Education, and Clinical Center, Minneapolis, USA.
Angela Edney, MS, OTR/L, Clinical Director of Rehabilitation Operations for AEGIS Therapies, USA.
The 2005 Annual Symposium was planned and organised by Sallie Taylor with assistance from her colleagues in St Louis. The Volunteer Committee swung into action on arrival in St Louis. These members included:
This was voted by members and attendees as an extremely successful event and the credit for organising the symposium program goes to Deane McCraith, who spent many days organising the smooth running of this program. Sallie Taylor, ACN Vice President did a wonderful job organising this symposium and, at times, had great difficulty pulling together all the necessary components to make this symposium a success. Some wonderful and very funny stories were shared during these hectic times in St Louis. Thank you Sallie for doing such a fabulous job.