Using Accelerometry to Detect Upper-Extremity Motor Deficits and Delays in Early Childhood

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Abstract

Date Presented 3/30/2017

Identifying subtle motor delays in early childhood is challenging. Accelerometry is a novel way to characterize upper-extremity motor patterns in typically developing children. Differences were identified between typically developing children and children with hemiparesis ages 0–5 yr.

Primary Author and Speaker: Catherine Hoyt Drazen

Contributing Authors: Annie Nguyen, Elyse Everet, Melanie Berner, Jonathan Koller, Dustin K. Ragan, Nico U. F. Dosenbach

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