In first place, Carmit Frisch from the University of Haifa, Israel, and her presentation entitled Developing a parents' focused model to improve the daily functioning of young children with symptoms of ADHD; Investigating its feasibility and efficacy - a pilot study.
Catherine Morgan from the University of Notre Dame, Australia, presented remotely and garnered second place for her work entitled Optimizing the motor learning of infants at high-risk of cerebral palsy using goal-oriented and environmental interventions.
Susan Mahipaul from McMaster University, Canada,presented her research I walk, therefore I am; multiple reflections on disability and rehabilitation.
Holland Bloorview also proudly welcomed distinguished keynote, Dr. Adam Kirton from the University of Alberta Children's Hospital, to deliver the day's keynote presentation.
See the 2016 Pursuit Awards Program
Read Carmit Frisch's perspective of winning this year's awards.