Monthly Archives: November 2021

Our Gift to You! Save $30 on an ERI CEU Course*

During this busy time of year, we know there is a lot on your to-do list, but don’t forget to take care of yourself and your education! To make continuing your education a bit easier, now through December 20, 2021, we’re offering $30 off an ERI live webinar, in-person course, or online course series. Simply… Read more »

Holly Schifsky to Teach Her Newest Course “Bridging the Gap: Outpatient Rehabilitation Considerations for the Infant with Cardiopulmonary Compromise” – a Live One-day Webinar

Renowned Certified Neonatal Therapist, Holly Schifsky, OTR/L, CNT, NTMTC, CBIS is a highly popular ERI instructor and has taught thousands of therapists essential evidence-based techniques and therapeutic interventions to treat infants in the NICU. Now, ERI is partnering with Holly to offer a brand new one-day live webinar “Bridging the Gap: Outpatient Rehabilitation Considerations for… Read more »

Welcoming Back Susan Cecere to Therapies in the School Conference

We are thrilled to have ERI Faculty member and expert Susan Cecere return to our Annual Therapies in the School Conference.  Susan Cecere, PT, MHS. is an experienced speaker on practice and administrative school-based therapy topics. She is the owner of Sequoia School Based Therapy Solutions, LLC a consulting company that supports districts, agencies and therapists… Read more »

Announcing Recipient of the Annual ERI Award for Creative School Based Therapy

We are thrilled to announce that Chanda Jothen is the recipient of the ERI Creative Therapies Award She is being recognized as an individual who has made an extraordinary commitment and outstanding contributions to the practice of school-based therapy by enriching the lives of students through creative solutions. Chanda created Pink Oatmeal to help school… Read more »

Don’t Miss Teresa May Benson – Key Note Speaker at the Annual Therapies in the School Conference

ERI is thrilled to welcome Teresa May-Benson to the Therapies in the School Faculty.  With two opportunities to hear her present: Key note address: Praxis as a Whole Brain Process: How Neuroscience Informs Function  and  Dyspraxia: Tools, Treatment & Accommodations Teresa A. May-Benson, Sc.D., OTR/L, FAOTA, Owner/President of TMB Education and OTR, Inc. and past… Read more »