Category Archives: Instructor: Research Therapy, Tips and More

Speaker Spotlight – Richard Clendaniel – an Expert in Vestibular Rehabilitation


Richard Clendaniel, PT, PhDis a well respected member of our Faculty presenting his popular CEU Course: “Vestibular Rehabilitation: Evaluation and Management of Individuals with Dizziness and Balance Disorders”. He is an assistant professor in the Department of Community & Family … Continue reading

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Sensory Integration Discussion with OT faculty John Pagano


  Sensory Integration Needs to Evolve We would like to share this blog discussion from: John Pagano, a renowned member of Education Resources’ Faculty   John is teaching his popular conference: Effectively Treat Behavior in Children with Autism Spectrum and Other … Continue reading

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Research: Evaluate Neurobehavioral Intervention Effects in VLBW Infants at 1 year


Comparing Two Motor Assessment Tools to Evaluate Neurobehavioral Intervention Effects in Very Low Birth Weight Infants at 1 Year We would like to share this research article published in the APTA Physical Therapy Journal Very low birth weight (VLBW) infants … Continue reading

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Faculty member Ginny Paleg – Published in APTA


Ginny Paleg has the lead article on clinical recommendations for frequency and duration of standing programs for children. “This issue begins with a systematic review completed by Paleg and colleagues focused on dosing within standing programs for children and organized around … Continue reading

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Autism Detected Early in Infancy with MRI


“Researchers from the University of California, Davis MIND Institute have found that scans of the brains of infants may help to diagnose the condition earlier. The study was originally designed to follow the brain growth trajectories of children and determine … Continue reading

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LEZLIE ADLER – Internationally Recognized and Respected OT


ERI SPEAKER PROFILE: LEZLIE ADLER, MA, OTR, FMOTA,C/NDT Lezlies course are always well received, and she is one of our popular speakers. She is an internationally recognized and respected clinician and consultant with extensive and broad experience in medical, educational … Continue reading

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Glen Gillen gives Slagle Lecture at AOTA Annual Conference


Glen Gillen, EdD, OTR, FAOTA, recently gave the Eleanor Clarke Slagle Lecture, at the AOTA annual confernece. His talk, titled “A Fork in the Road: An Occupational Hazard?” looked at contemporary OT practice through a historical lens.  Please click here … Continue reading

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Barbara Hypes responds to blog with therapy thoughts and suggestions


We posted a clinical case study a few weeks ago and had some great responses. We wanted to share one comment from our distinguished faculty member; Barbara Hypes Alyssa Posts:DEAR ERI COMMUNITY: Hello! I am a pediatric physical therapist (Early … Continue reading

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Songs to Enhance Social Skills


Posting from Distinguished FacultyJohn Pagano: It is important for all preschool and kindergarten children, and elementary classes that include children with special needs, to provide frequent music and movement breaks. The movement breaks  take five minutes or less and children are … Continue reading

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Why don’t more people know that therapy can help their dizziness?


Dizziness and vestibular disorders affect 1/3rd of people during some time in their adult lives. Many of these folks have no idea that this is an inner ear disorder and many have no idea that physical or occupational therapy could … Continue reading

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