Monthly Archives: September 2018

Everything You Need to Know About Being a School-Based Therapist (Okay, maybe not everything, but this will certainly help)

GUEST BLOGGER and ERI Faculty Member: Kathryn Biel   Going back to school doesn’t seem that complicated. New pens and pencils. Bright sneakers with good laces. Backpacks. I mean, after all, we were all students once. And if you’re a new … Continue reading

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ERI is Celebrating Neonatal Therapists During International Neonatal Therapy Week

Honoring all our community of Neonatal Therapists, we are joining NANT (National Association of Neonatal Therapists) to celebrate your dedication to premature and sick infants and their families and to acknowledge the work you do to improve your patients outcomes. … Continue reading

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Are you a Therapist NEW to the School System? We have a Course for You!

For all new therapists or therapists NEW to the school system, learning to navigate school-based therapy can be its own education! Our popular Annual Therapies in The School Conference offers a session just for you! This course will highlight the … Continue reading

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Physical Therapists in Pennsylvania – Are you Looking for CEUs Before your December Deadline?

Just a gentle reminder 🙂  If you are a physical therapist licensed in Pennsylvania, your renewal is due by December 31st, 2018 We wanted to make you aware of these courses coming to Pennsylvania and surrounding states prior to the deadline.  … Continue reading

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Saying Goodbye to Beloved Faculty Member Lezlie Adler as She Retires.

One more Opportunity to Hear Lezlie Adler Speak Before she Retires. We want to thank Lezlie Adler for nearly 25 years of her commitment to working with ERI to provide Continuing Education that has been life changing for therapists throughout … Continue reading

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