Monthly Archives: September 2014

The Affordable Care Act: New Opportunities for Cardiac Rehabilitation in the Workplace?


As cardiovascular health takes on a greater focus under the Affordable Care Act  opportunities for therapists to take on a greater role in this area  will be rapidly expanding.   The current era of health reform in the United States that … Continue reading

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APTA Releases Physical Therapist Practice Guide, Free to Download Until September 30


The American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) has released the Guide to Physical Therapist Practice 3.0. The latest version provides update to date information on the evolving physical therapy profession An overview from PT products: The new online only resource aims … Continue reading

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Calling all Occupational Therapists from Florida


A reminder for Florida Occupational Therapists: your required 26 hours of continuing education need to be completed by February 28th 2015.We are offering many dynamic courses in Florida through 2014 and early 2015. CEU information: Education Resources is an Approved … Continue reading

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John Pagano – Fabulous Testimonial for our Highly Acclaimed Faculty Member


Testimonial from Debbie: Outstanding Course! John is extremely knowledgeable and very helpful. Very interactive instruction. There was so much more information packed into this course that most other CEU courses I’ve attended. The handout provides us with excellent tools to … Continue reading

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Considering Getting an AOTA Specialty Certification in Feeding and Swallowing?


Did you know that many of our feeding and swallowing courses can serve to meet the objectives you set for yourself to become certified for advanced practice?  Applicants for advance certification are welcome to use any continuing education course that … Continue reading

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School-based PT Seeking Advice on Writing Educationally Relevant Goals?


AMY POSTS DEAR ERI COMMUNITY: I have a question that I have struggled with the answer for a while now. I understand how our services as school based therapist are supposed to be educationally relevant. We get referrals of children … Continue reading

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School Sensory Modulation Strategies – John Pagano


Our Faculty member John Pagano has a great blog: FAB STRATEGIES That Improve Self Control We would like to share his recent post with you: Sensory modulation strategies, a component of sensory integration intervention, help improve behavior and reduce the need … Continue reading

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2015 CEU courses from Education Resources


We are pleased to announce our 2015 schedule of continuing education courses. We listened to your suggestions and requests and we are excited to offer many new speakers, with new titles and content. Please click here to search for courses … Continue reading

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