Monthly Archives: March 2016

NEW Faculty Member, NEW Course: “Promotion of Recovery Post -Stroke”

Promotion of Recovery Post-Stroke: Evidence Based Therapy in Current Healthcare Environments. In this course, you will learn/review the current research and thinking of neuroplasticity and motor learning as they relate to optimizing recovery in patients post-stroke. The ultimate end goal … Continue reading

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Announcing NEW Professional Partnership for NICU Education

The National Association of Neonatal Therapists (NANT) located in Cincinnati, Ohio and Education Resources, Inc. (ERI) headquartered in Medfield, Massachusetts announce a partnership to strengthen the quality and accessibility of continuing education for neonatal therapists. Neonatal occupational therapists, physical therapists … Continue reading

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Following on the heels of such a successful sold out conference at the end of last year; we are busy planning our School Conference for this November. Each year our popular annual conference; “Therapies in the School,” attracts key decision … Continue reading

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JUST ADDED – NEW Online Courses for School Therapists

Recorded live at our SOLD OUT School Based Conference We are offering five courses (recorded live) from sold out Annual Therapies in the School Conference 2015. You can choose from five individual sessions, or choose the complete package of all … Continue reading

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Cancer Treatment Giving Patients Hope, Not Only a Cure, Increasing Survivorship

A great article from the New York Times: When Cancer Treatment Offers Hope More Than Cure By MIKKAEL A. SEKERES, M.D.“For my patient, I came to see, treatment was inextricably linked to hope, and I suspected that it was her … Continue reading

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