Tag Archives: School therapists

Therapies in the School Early Bird Registration

We are excited to share with you the outline for our dynamic and popular annual school conference:And we would like to offer you our:Early Bird Registration Rate of $415Register for the TWO DAYS of the conference before July 6th, 2015and get a reduced rate of  $415.  Mention “Therapies … 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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“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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Announcing NEW Online Sessions for School Therapists

Following the successful launch of our online course program last year we are thrilled to announce we have added six new online sessions. We offer Strategies to Implement in the Classroom Professional Development On Demand Convenient and Flexible Learning Cost … 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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Therapies in The School Conference – Don’t Miss Out

Don’t Miss Out! Some of our sessions in our popular Therapies in the School Conference are now beginning to fill and we would love for you to get into your first choice NOVEMBER 20-21, 2014 – Framingham,MAPlease click here for … Continue reading

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John Pagano – Fabulous Testimonial for our Highly Acclaimed Faculty Member

Testimonial from Debbie: Outstanding Course! John is extremely knowledgeable and very helpful. Very interactive instruction. There was so much more information packed into this course that most other CEU courses I’ve attended. The handout provides us with excellent tools to … Continue reading

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School-based PT Seeking Advice on Writing Educationally Relevant Goals?

AMY POSTS DEAR ERI COMMUNITY: I have a question that I have struggled with the answer for a while now. I understand how our services as school based therapist are supposed to be educationally relevant. We get referrals of children … Continue reading

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School Sensory Modulation Strategies – John Pagano

Our Faculty member John Pagano has a great blog: FAB STRATEGIES That Improve Self Control We would like to share his recent post with you: Sensory modulation strategies, a component of sensory integration intervention, help improve behavior and reduce the need … Continue reading

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