Author Archives: Catherine Troutman

There’s No Place Like Home for Midwestern OTs, OTAs, PTs, SLPs, and Special Educators


For more than 30 years, OTs, OTAs, PTs, SLPs, and Special Educators have counted on ERI for rewarding continuing education courses that take careers to new heights and remind therapists why they love what they do.  Our courses are taught … Continue reading

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New Problem-based Course Addresses Very Low Birthweight Babies, Small Baby Teams, NAS, and the Long-term NICU Infant


Neonatal therapists take note – ERI is offering a new course “Tools and Strategies for Developmental Care of Special Populations in the NICU,” taught by Lisa Kleinz MA, SLP/L – a Certified Neonatal Therapist who has worked in level 3 … Continue reading

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Registration Now Open for Robyn Ligotti’s “Post-Acute Rehabilitation of the Complex Elderly Patient: Home, SNF and Long-Term Care Settings.”


Robyn Ligotti, PT, DPT, RAC-CT, CDP, QCP, is passionate about helping rehab departments that treat older adults thrive. Her expertise is in assisting teams in nursing facilities, home health, outpatient rehab, wellness and prevention, and inpatient rehab setting improve organization, … Continue reading

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Treating Patients with Post Joint Arthroplasty or Fracture Repair?  Don’t Miss This Course.


The latest surgical updates for joint arthroplasty and surgical fixation of fractures have become minimally invasive. Procedures that once required days of post-op care and weeks if not months of physical and occupational rehab have become procedures with little to … Continue reading

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ERI Offers OTs, OTAs, PTs, PTAs, SLPs, and Special Educators Continuing Ed Courses in Pennsylvania


Are you an OT, OTA, PT, PTA, SLP or Special Educator in Pennsylvania or the surrounding area looking to earn CEUs, improve your practice, and increase patient outcomes? ERI has good news!  We are offering nearly 40 courses throughout PA, … Continue reading

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New Course! Robert Hand Helps Therapists Treat Patients with Neurodegenerative Conditions


Robert (Bobby) Hand, board-certified clinical specialist in neurologic physical therapy, multiple sclerosis certified specialist, and ERI faculty member, will offer a new course, “Rehabilitative Management of Patients with Neurodegenerative Conditions.” This course will improve clinician skills from diagnosis through late-stage … Continue reading

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ACRM Honors Dr. Mark Nash with John Stanley Coulter Award


  Congratulations to ERI faculty member Mark S. Nash, PhD, FACSM on receiving the 2018 John Stanley Coulter Award at the 95th American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine (ACRM) Conference in Dallas, Texas. Dr. Nash is an expert in the field … Continue reading

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Distinguished Therapist Mary Massery Returns to ERI with New Course


If you are a therapist striving to improve your practice and treatment of children and adults with common consequential spinal and rib cage restrictions then you cannot miss ERI’s new course, “I SURVIVED, NOW WHAT? Treating the musculoskeletal consequences of … Continue reading

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Looking to Treat Young Children with Complex Problems? Start Here.


When it comes to treating young children with complicated developmental challenges, too often it is hard to know where to begin. That is why ERI is excited to welcome Kim Westhoff, OTR/L, C/NDT, and introduce her new class “Integrating NDT, … Continue reading

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ERI 2018 Year in Review


Happy New Year! 2018 was quite a year for us here at ERI – we were busy coordinating nearly 300 courses both online and in rehab facilities across 35 states, with nearly 10,000 clinicians in attendance! Our 19th Annual Therapies … Continue reading

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