ERI’s Therapies in the School Conference is going Virtual – Save the Date November 19-20, 2020
We are currently exploring sponsorship opportunities.
Please email: Mandy Washington if you are interested in hearing more.
PLEASE STAY TUNED!
Year after year, key decision-makers in the field anticipate attending Therapies in the Schools to learn of new innovations and opportunities to improve their practice. This annual event is an excellent opportunity to showcase your relevant products to a receptive and curious crowd.
NOVEMBER 19-20, 2020
We know that hundreds of you come back year after year to learn from our experts and to inspire and learn from each other. Recognizing how extraordinary today’s challenges are, we are developing a unique Therapies in the School Conference on the virtual platform.
Year after year, therapists practicing in a school setting gather at our annual conference to learn new innovations, research, evidence and practical tools to improve the lives of the children they serve . Whether new to practice or having worked in a school setting for many years, they anticipate reconnecting with colleagues and meeting new friends who share their passion.
ERI provides sessions for therapists who have been working for many years, as well as therapists new to practice in a school-based setting, providing a diverse array of options for participants. This year’s topics include cutting-edge sessions including:
- Evaluating Participation
- Incorporating participation-based assessment results into goal setting and service delivery
- Providing push in services for related service providers
- Planning for secondary transitions
- Creating motor and sensory pathways
- A beginner’s guide to best school-based practices
- Supporting students with sensory processing disorder using the STAR frame of reference
- Updates in evidence for the treatment of Autism
- Increasing effectiveness through interprofessional collaboration
- Implementation of self-videoing for children with Autism
- Applying best practices to the treatment of the severely involved child
- Exciting New Opportunity – this year, ERI is offering complimentary mentoring sessions with Susan Cecere!
Join the ERI atmosphere that promotes therapists building connections, sharing ideas, and actively learning.