Yearly Archives: 2016

HAPPY NEW YEAR – Holiday Coupon Extended


HAPPY NEW YEAR! From Education Resources To give you a little more time in choosing those valuable CEUs we have extended our deadline for our Holiday Coupon Wishing our Community of Therapists Peace Happiness and Joy for the upcoming year We would … Continue reading

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Therapies in the School Conference – Time Well Spent


As the Education Resources team are coming back down to earth from another amazing conference, I wanted to share this wonderful posting I just received from Kathryn, who has attended  the Therapies in the School conference for many years. It … Continue reading

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Holiday Discount Coupon From Education Resources


SEASONS GREETINGS From Education Resources Wishing our Community of Therapists Peace Happiness and Joy for the upcoming year We would like to offer a $50 discount toward any conference fee Register now through December 30th 2016 Apply code: Holidays2016 Let Education Resources help you fulfill your professional development and … Continue reading

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EXCITING NEWS! Internationally Renowned Mary Massery Joins the Education Resources Faculty


We are absolutely thrilled to be able to bring you Mary Massery’s course: If you Can’t Breath, You Can’t Function.  This course will challenge the practitioner to make a paradigm shift: connecting breathing mechanics and postural control with management of trunk … Continue reading

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CEUs for the Neurologic Therapist


  Hone your skills with our array of Neurology Continuing Education Courses for physical therapists, occupational therapists and speech language pathologists, specializing in the evaluation and treatment of individuals with  problems due to disease or injury of the nervous system. Our … Continue reading

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NEW ICU and Acute Care Course Added for 2016 and 2017


We are excited to announce a new course added to our offerings: ICU and Acute Care: From Early Mobilization to Discharge Decisions Presented by Chris L. Wells, PT, PhD, CCS, ATC, a Clinical Associate Professor at the University of Maryland School of … Continue reading

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2017 CEU Courses Now Open for Registration


We are pleased to announce our 2017 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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3 Tips to Keep Your Colleagues Interested and Engaged When Presenting an In-Service.


Carol Loria, President ERI: There is nothing worse than speaking in front of a group of people and having them look bored to tears. What keeps your interest when attending a presentation?  Here are just a few pointers I’ve learned … Continue reading

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The Most Important Question to Ask Yourself When Planning your In-Service


Carol Loria, President ERI: Once you have defined your audience (see Blog #2) and planned for your time-frame, it is critical to identify the 2-4 points you want to make. What are the 2-4 key issues, ideas or skills that … Continue reading

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What Matters Most – Evidence Based School Practice


GUEST BLOGGER: Kathryn Biel I have a pet peeve. Okay, I have many, but one of my biggest ones is when people justify actions with the excuse of, “That’s what we’ve always done.” You know you’ve heard it. Maybe you’ve … Continue reading

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