BRK 23: EYE-GAZE CONTROL TECHNOLOGY IN CHILDREN WITH DYSKINETIC CEREBRAL PALSY
Petra Karlsson, PhD; Elegast Monbaliu, PhD, PT; Anna Bech, BAppSc (speech pathology)

Learning Objectives:
1) Understand what dyskinetic cerebral palsy is
2) Be familiar with the current level of evidence for eye-gaze control technology
3) Understand the variety of skills required to successfully use eye-gaze technology
4) Be familiar with a framework that supports assessment of a child’s skills and abilities in eye-gaze control technology decision-making

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* 1. Please indicate your opinion about each of the following statements.

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The course followed description in the program.
The course began on time and was well paced.
The faculty communicated clearly and effectively.
The course used practical examples to teach points.
The faculty involved participants in the course.
The faculty allowed enough time for questions.
The course met its objectives as stated in the program.
The information presented will help me accomplish my professional responsibilities.
The course has given me a basis for making changes in my practice.

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* 2. Did this course have a commercial bias?

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* 3. Should the Academy repeat this course next year?

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* 4. Please suggest any topics of interest for a future course.

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* 5. General comments:

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