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Published on January 21, 2010

RIC's Innovative Cerebral Palsy Research Featured on Good Morning America

RIC's Innovative Cerebral Palsy Research Featured on Good Morning America RIC researchers are intertwining the timeless art of dance and the discipline of rehabilitation in a study aimed at developing innovative, evidence-based therapies for individuals with cerebral palsy. In conjunction with RIC’s Caring for Kids program, which holds dance classes for kids with cerebral palsy every Saturday, a research team led by Citlali Lopez-Ortiz, PhD, teaches children with cerebral palsy to dance and utilizes a motion analysis system to learn more about movement coordination and motor learning.

Watch a video about the study recently featured on Good Morning America.