Tag Archives: Pediatric Occupational therapist

The Power of Music in Teaching Handwriting

This is the third in a series of blogs from Michele Parkins and Carrie Davis.The first post can be found here  The second post can be found here You know that feeling when you turn on the radio in your car … Continue reading

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Education Resources is Thrilled to Welcome Valorie Todd, Pediatric Occupational Therapist to our Faculty

We are all very excited to welcome Valorie back to the ERI faculty. Valorie Todd, MA, OTR is a Pediatric Occupational Therapist who has worked in early intervention, preschool, and various school systems in NY and NJ over the past … Continue reading

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GUEST BLOGGER: Kathryn Biel As a school-based physical therapist, this issue comes up for me every year. Children are referred for physical therapy (and occupational therapy) evaluations because they are obese. Every year, I wrestle with my clinical decision making … Continue reading

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How to Document Co-Treatments in IEP’s

GUEST BLOGGER: Kathryn Biel. Marcia submitted this clinical question: We’ve had some discussion around co-treatments and how best to document them in IEP’s — I’d love to get some input as to what is happening in other districts — is … Continue reading

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The AEIOU Systematic Approach to Pediatric Feeding – Dynamic CEU Course for OT’s, SLP’s and Dietician’s

We are thrilled to offer this dynamic pediatric feeding course, presented by Nina Ayd Johanson a highly regarded clinician and renowned teacher. This course teaches a step-by-step approach for helping children learn to explore food, enjoy eating, and participate independently in social … Continue reading

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“Get Ready to Learn” with Anne Buckley-Reen Recently Featured on ABC News

We are thrilled to share this piece that recently aired on ABC news. Anne Buckley-Reens program “Get Ready to Learn: Yoga therapy in the Classroom” is successfully being implemented into schools in the US  and the UK, with great results.  Don’t … Continue reading

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NEW: Making and Showing Measurable Change in Neuro-Pediatrics

As pediatric therapists we are challenged to use Evidence Based Practice.  In this new exciting interactive course, learn to demonstrate measurable change in your children at all levels of impairment.   Research shows that the Goal Attainment Scale captures 20% … Continue reading

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New Toe Walking course for PTs and OTs Presented by our New Speaker: Liesa Persaud, PT, DPT, PCS, CKTP

  Education Resources is thrilled to introduce a new member of our faculty: Liesa M. Persaud, PT, DPT, PCS, CKTP has a wide range of clinical experience, organizational leadership, and proficient teaching skills making her an exciting and compelling instructor. Ms. Persaud is the … Continue reading

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Anne Buckley-Reen – Yoga Therapy in The Classroom – a Popular Continuing Education Course for School Therapists

I am very happy to share these wonderful testimonials we received from therapists; physical therapists, occupational therapists, special educators, behavior specialists and school counselors who recently attended Anne Buckley-Reens continuing education course: Get Ready to Learn: Yoga Therapy in the Classroom … Continue reading

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Help needed from pediatric PT’s and OT’s! Positioning for a complex 13 month old.

DEAR ERI COMMUNITY: Posting from Megan: Hi folks!I am hoping to start a brainstorm thread for a really complicated kid I have picked up.He 13 month old boy, one of triplets – his identical brother did not survive and there … Continue reading

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