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Early Bird Registration Rate for Therapies in the School Conference 2018


We are excited to share with you the outline for our popular annual school based conference: THERAPIES in the SCHOOL 2018 November 15-16, 2018 Framingham, MA  We do have a group of respected and renowned speakers lined up for you: Kelly Mahler, Kim Wiggins, … Continue reading

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EXHIBITOR AND SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES at our Popular School Based Conference 2018


Looking to be a Sponsor or to Exhibit? There is no better way to reach school therapists: Nineteenth Annual THERAPIES in the SCHOOL Conference November 15 -16 2018  Framingham, MA There is no better way to reach school based personnel than to … Continue reading

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Winners Announced in Inaugural Award for Excellence in Creative School Based Therapy


We were thrilled to launch this award to recognize an individual/team who has demonstrated an extraordinary commitment and has made outstanding contributions to the practice of school based therapy by enriching the lives of students through creative solutions. Our awardee … Continue reading

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To Intervene or Not? PT or no PT? Motor Issues in Autism


GUEST BLOGGER: Kathryn Biel Here’s something I struggle with every year. That ambulatory, fast, strong child with autism. Gross motor delays? Absolutely. Typical movement patterns? No way. Do I keep this child on program? Do we want to be making … Continue reading

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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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