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Asking Therapists for Topic and Speaker Suggestions for Therapies in the School 2014


 THERAPIES IN THE SCHOOL2014 We are fine tuning our agenda for this years Therapies in the School conference in Massachusettsand would value your input. Based on feedback from last years conference we are excited to announce that we will have sessions on using shared … Continue reading

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OT seeks help in fostering better collaborative relationship with SLPs


DEAR ERI COMMUNITY: I am an OT and have gotten feedback from some of the SLPs that I work with… that I might be infringing on their territory. I see kiddos with a wide variety of sensory difficulties, and I don’t … Continue reading

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AEIOU Systematic Approach to Pediatric Feeding – CEU course for Therapists


Nina Ayd Johanson a highly regarded clinician and renowned teacher presents this highly successful method for integrated treatment of infants and young children with challenging feeding disorders using sensory, oral motor, biomedical and environmental strategies. Nina has extensive experience in home-based early intervention and parent training specializing … Continue reading

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School-Based CEU course for therapists – a popular conference, don’t be disappointed!


Therapies in the School 2013  Join us at this year’s highly acclaimed conference which will enable you to provide effective evidence-based strategies that foster increased academic performance, social participation and inclusion for all children with special needs including those with … Continue reading

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Asperger’s and Autism: Brain Differences Found – should this effect services received?


Advance for Speech Language Pathologists recently posted this news article about research conducted by Frank Duffy, MD, a neurologist at Boston’s Children Hospital:  The study looked at a group of 26 children with Asperger’s, to see whether measures of brain … Continue reading

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Introducing New Speaker: PT Mary Ann Sharkey


We are very excited to have distinguished speaker, Mary Ann Sharkey join our faculty. Mary Ann Sharkey, PhD, MS, PT, C/NDT was named the 2011 Distinguished Educator by the American Physical Therapy Association, Education Section. She has presented preconferences most recently at the … Continue reading

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VOICE Therapy help?


Karen Posts: DEAR ERI COMMUNITY: Being near a few colleges, theater communities and a recording studio, I’ve been getting adult voice clients coming into out-patient without an actual pathology – but rather, looking to become better singers.They have been told that … Continue reading

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How can I be an expert SLP for every patient I see?


Posted by Karen DEAR ERI COMMUNITY: Hi, I work in a hospital setting where I see adult acute care, acute in-patient rehabilitation, and out-patient clients.I feel as if I can give good therapy to anyone I come across, but not necessarily … Continue reading

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Free CE course for Adult Rehab and Geriatric Therapists


Our blog has been up and running for almost a year now……… where did that go??? Our blog has been very successful building a strong pediatric therapy community, and Acute Care community. We would like now to do the same … Continue reading

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How Much Should PT, OT and Speech Therapy Cost our Patients?


As PTs, OTs and Speech language pathologists we know how detrimental to our patients’ health it can be when they don’t receive the appropriate amount of therapy and care. But for many of our patients this has become the norm … Continue reading

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