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We are thrilled to announce the Dr. Karen Pape Program in Neuroplasticity at Sick Kids Hospital in Toronto. Dr. Karen Pape Program in Neuroplasticity On June 2, 2018 Dr. Karen Pape died after an 18-month battle with cancer. To the end, Karen sought out ways to advocate for improving the treatments available to children with early brain injuries. She tasked her family with finding an ambitious and meaningful project through which to continue her work. We are thrilled to announce the Dr. Karen Pape Program in Neuroplasticity at Sick Kids Hospital in Toronto. In her lifetime, Dr. Karen Pape started a revolution in the care of children with early brain injury. For decades, through her clinical practice and advocacy efforts she advanced widespread recognition that there is real hope for children with early brain injury—that they are capable of health and quality of life outcomes that were long thought impossible. Over a 10-year period, in Karen Pape’s name, the Hospital will build a world-leading program in neuroplasticity focused on transforming outcomes for infants and children affected by early brain injury. The Program will translate evidence-based research about neuroplasticity into leading-edge clinical care. While it is devastating that she did not live to see this day, her work lives on in this newly established program. The paradigm is shifting. A flag has been planted at SickKids and the Hospital is dedicated to carrying on the work Karen championed. We hope you will join us in supporting this vital program. By raising $5.975 million, together we can drive system-wide change, helping to make a new standard of care available to children everywhere.




Cerebral Palsy Spasticity Series | Karen Pape MD

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Karen's Blog - Topic: Cerebral Palsy Spasticity Series. Intrathecal Baclofen Pump In Cerebral Palsy. Full-term pattern cerebral palsy comes in two varieties, one ... Karen's Blog - Topic: Cerebral Palsy Spasticity Series Intrathecal Baclofen Pump In Cerebral Palsy Full-term pattern cerebral palsy comes in two varieties, one of which can be helped by a Baclofen Pump. The... Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy (SDR) in Cerebral Palsy It is important to distinguish between Preterm and Full-term pattern cerebral palsy. The circles on the stick figures indicate... Botox, Orthopedic Surgery, Posterior Rhizotomy and/or a Baclofen Pump? What do you need to know to make the best choice(s)? I have both good news and bad news.... A New Way Of Thinking About AFO’s – Spasticity Series #6 The boy on the left with a ball is wearing a set of standard issue AFO’s that block the... First the Trunk, Then the Ankle – Spasticity #5 There is a continuing debate about the use of ankle supports/braces in children with cerebral palsy. In my experience,... Brachial Plexus Injury (BPI) » (HIE) Hypoxic Ischemic Encephalopathy » Information for Parents & Adults » Copywrite 2018 - All Rights Reserved - Karen Pape, MD



Baby brains DO recover, but habit hides it: Karen Pape at ...

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Oct 16, 2012 ... Baby Brains DO Recover, but Habit Hides It: Karen Pape at TEDxWinnipeg The fact of human neuroplasticity has led to new hope of recovery ... Your browser does not currently recognize any of the video formats available. Click here to visit our frequently asked questions about HTML5 video.



Karen Pape: Optimizing Outcomes in Cerebral Palsy

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Jun 26, 2017 ... Karen Pape, MD is a neonatologist and clinical neuroscientist who knows a lot about neuroplasticity and is excited about what we can do as ... Karen Pape: Optimizing Outcomes in Cerebral Palsy Scroll down for the podcast and links to all good things discussed in the interview Karen Pape, MD is a neonatologist and clinical neuroscientist who knows a lot about neuroplasticity and is excited about what we can do as pediatric therapists. She is challenging the common belief that cerebral palsy and brain injuries do not recover and encouraging us as pediatric therapists, parents and people living with cerebral palsy to not accept less than optimal therapy. In the world of childhood disability, we can do better! Treatments that apply the principles of neuroplasticity and approach neuromotor rehabilitation as if we were training athletes for excellence are getting the results. Karen says that we can no longer blame lack of progress on a non-progressive early brain injury. And she backs this up in her recent book where she generously shares her years of keen observations, clinical analysis and practical "in the trenches" work that have shaped her thinking and understanding of childhood disability and neuro-rehabilitiation. In our interview Karen and I dig deeper into the practicalities of how pediatric therapists can apply the interventions that she talks about in her book, including how to avoid Butterfly Syndrome and avoid chasing Rainbows. She has a great talent for simplifying complex ideas and a strong message that everybody working or living with cerebral palsy needs to hear + she gets grumpy and it's awesome :-) For a peek into a brilliant mind and a whole lot of useful advice scroll down to the podcast player to listen or find us on iTunes or Stitcher.





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Karen Pape (@KarenPapeMD) | Twitter ***** The latest Tweets from Karen Pape (@KarenPapeMD). Karen Pape, MD is a neonatologist & clinical neuroscientist with one abiding passion - helping children ...

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