Author Archives: Mandy Washington

ERI is Joining our Professional Partners NANT to Celebrate Neonatal Therapists Everywhere


We would like to honor all our community of Neonatal Therapists and join 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 … Continue reading

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Looking for Ohio PT CEUs?


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

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Case Report – Developing Overhand Throwing Skills for a Child With Autism With a Collaborative Approach in School-Based Therapy


We would like to share this Case Report authored by Colebourn, Jennifer A. PT, DPT, MS; Golub-Victor, Ann C. PT, DPT, MPH; Paez, Arsenio PT, DPT, MS, CEIS published in: Pediatric Physical Therapy: July 2017 – Volume 29 – Issue 3 … Continue reading

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Celebrating World PT Day – Why Did you become a PT?


As the World Confederation of Physical Therapy celebrates PT’s the world over, we would like to join them and recognize our community of physical therapists, and promote the idea of a global physical therapy community. Please tell us what motivated … Continue reading

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ERI Announces Additional Dates for The Zones of Regulation Presentation


ERI is very happy to announce additional dates for: The Zones of Regulation A Framework to Foster Self-Regulation and Emotional Control® November 15th, 2017 – Framingham, MA December 7, 2017 – Iselin, NJ Leah Kuypers   Life is 10% what … Continue reading

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Looking for your Clinical Expertise – Clinical Challenge Posted in ERI’s Pediatric Gait Discussion Group


Clinical Question from Holly Leigh: For the past month I have been seeing a 13 year old who has a pretty typical gait of spastic diplegia; crouch+toe walking who is about 12 weeks out from bilateral femoral derotation osteotomy. Prior … Continue reading

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ERI’s Professional Partners, the National Association of Neonatal Therapists, Send Invitation for Abstracts for their National Conference


Call For Abstracts: NANT 8 By Sue Ludwig The theme for NANT 8 is Intensive Caring: The Opportunity In Every Moment. How does that theme relate to you and your abstract submission? Think about it this way: By definition, your NICU … Continue reading

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Thoughts With All Those Affected By Hurricane Harvey


Our heartfelt thoughts are with all our hosting partners, including Texas Children’s Hospital, River Kids Pediatric, Med Care Pediatric and our wonderful community of therapists affected by Hurricane Harvey. Please stay safe everyone! 

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Registration is Now Open for our Popular Annual School Based Therapy Conference 2017


Eighteenth Annual THERAPIES in the SCHOOL Conference November 16-17, 2017 Framingham, MA With Preconference : Wednesday November 15 PLEASE CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD A FULL BROCHURE This year’s conference focuses on aligning motor needs with educational needs, and how to improve executive function … Continue reading

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New Awards Program for School Based Therapy – Deadline Extended


Education Resources Inc. is extending the deadline for nominations for two new awards to recognize outstanding contributions to the field of school based therapy. We realize that you are just heading back to school, and we wanted to give you … Continue reading

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