Monthly Archives: June 2013

LEZLIE ADLER – Internationally Recognized and Respected OT


ERI SPEAKER PROFILE: LEZLIE ADLER, MA, OTR, FMOTA,C/NDT Lezlies course are always well received, and she is one of our popular speakers. She is an internationally recognized and respected clinician and consultant with extensive and broad experience in medical, educational … Continue reading

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Glen Gillen gives Slagle Lecture at AOTA Annual Conference


Glen Gillen, EdD, OTR, FAOTA, recently gave the Eleanor Clarke Slagle Lecture, at the AOTA annual confernece. His talk, titled “A Fork in the Road: An Occupational Hazard?” looked at contemporary OT practice through a historical lens.  Please click here … Continue reading

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Therapists – Key Role in Recovery of Boston Marathon Victims


Boston Marathon victims are recovering from their injuries and learning to put their lives back together, with therapists  devoting their time with each individual, and becoming an important part of their lives. Read this article from the Boston Globe By Kay … Continue reading

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Update in Acute Stroke Care Guidelines


The American Heart Association/American Stroke Association has updated their comprehensive acute stroke care guidelines from 2009. While we therapists are usually not involved in treating stroke patients at this stage, hopefully we will now see fewer patients with long term … Continue reading

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Physical Therapy for Severe Bell’s Palsy Patients


You may have heard that a clinical study recently published by Neurorehabil Neural Repair (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/m/pubmed/23549520/) found that early physical therapy in individuals severely affected with Bell’s Palsy could lead to better long term results. What has been your experience with … Continue reading

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Developing our CEU courses for 2014


As we are planning for 2014/2015 we would love to hear your thoughts on courses that you would like to see us develop, subjects that would be of interest to you and material that will help you meet your CEU … Continue reading

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Congratulations – Free Course for New Therapist


We would like to thank all the New Grads who joined our mailing list. We did randomly select a therapist to receive free tuition towards one of our CEU courses. Congratulations Beth!!  We would like to help you all plan … Continue reading

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