Monthly Archives: January 2017

A Wonderful Endorsement of Mary Massery’s Approach from our Guest Blogger


GUEST BLOGGER: Kathryn Biel The year was … well, a long time ago. I was a PT student at Boston University, and Larry Cahalan was teaching a cardio-pulm class. I don’t remember which one exactly, but I know it was … Continue reading

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How to Wrap-up Your In-Service Presentation


Carol Loria, President ERI:   Leaving your colleagues inspired and wanting for more information can be a challenge. In your final comments, repeat your main points.  Tell your colleagues how they can obtain further and more in-depth information.  If you … Continue reading

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New SOS Feeding Certification


Education Resources, Inc. is pleased to offer courses that therapists may apply toward the Star Foundation’s new SOS Certification. The STAR Foundation recently announced a new SOS Certification Program, designed to provide current SOS practitioners with additional training, mentorship and … Continue reading

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Refer a Friend and Both Save With Education Resources


Save When Referring a Friend Refer a friend to Education Resources and you will both save. It’s Simple! When your friend registers they just mention your name, and $25 is deducted from their registration fee. A $25 credit is deposited … Continue reading

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10 Words to Use to Enhance your In-Service Presentation to your Therapy Department…..


Carol Loria, President ERI: Use emotion words and logic words.  Use some of these words if they are appropriate to your content and comfortable for you:    Emotion words such as instinct, felt, reaction, sense, confident. These words are most helpful … Continue reading

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