Improved Website and Updated Brand Logo Highlights Company’s Continued Commitment to the Therapy Community
We’re excited to announce that our new website is up and running. What makes our news so special is that our website is designed with you in mind. We spoke with thousands of therapists, our faculty members, and facility partners and developed a website that offers a more personalized experience and celebrates our commitment to you and our mission to deliver life-changing learning
Our website will continue to offer:
- Top-quality courses that set the industry standard
- Hands-on learning based on the latest research
- Knowledge and skills you’re excited to apply right away
- Unparalleled customer service and support to advance your career
New features include:
- Brand new website based upon your feedback, that makes it easier than ever to search for courses, connect with fellow therapists, track your credits, and earn rewards
- New brand look, reflecting our tradition, our future, and our commitment to you
- New referral program coming soon, to help you learn alongside more of your friends
We’re excited for you to check us out – and hope you are too!
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Yes, there are some changes taking place at ERI, but one thing remains the same is our commitment to the physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech-language pathology community by offering innovative and compelling continuing education courses that patient and student outcomes while reminding you why you love what you do.
September 15 to 21, 2019 is National Neonatal Therapy week! Started seven years ago by NANT, this week honors occupational therapists (OTs), physical therapists (PTs) and speech-language pathologists (SLPs) who specialize in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). Thank you to this group of highly professional, passionate, and driven group of caregivers who dedicate their time to the smallest of patients resulting in a lifetime of positive change.
At ERI, we know that neonatal therapists have an emotional connection to their profession and are always looking for ways to improve upon their practice. To help these therapists meet their professional goals, we have partnered with NANT and offer exceptional neonatal continuing education courses taught by renowned faculty. Our courses teach the latest techniques and treatments that can be immediately applied to practice helping therapists improve outcomes in the NICU and beyond. The CEU hours from our evidence-based NICU courses count toward the required 40 hours of education for certification offered by the Neonatal Therapy National Certification Board (NTNCB).
If you’re a neonatal therapist looking to grow your career and improve outcomes, register for one of our life-changing neonatal courses which will remind you why you became a therapist and why you love what you do. Visit our website and type NICU in the search bar to view upcoming classes around the country.
As therapists, we are constantly exploring new and innovative methods to motivate patients, increase engagement, and shorten healing time. Many therapists have found combining music with physical therapy has a positive and lasting effect on patients with neurological impairments such as CVA, autism, and Parkinson disease. But did you know that music therapy has been shown to have positive effects on patients with CVP issues?
ERI faculty member Donna Frownfelter PT, DPT, MA, is featured in the May issue of PT in Motion where she shares her personal experience with music therapy, the benefits to CVP patients, and how she has incorporated the treatment into her practice. In the article, “That’s Entertainment: Giving New Meaning to the Term ‘Healing Art’,” written by Keith Loria, Donna says, “I have used music with my patients and I used it myself when I had my knees replaced. I have seen its effect on patients – either getting them more involved with activity and motivates in pulmonary or cardiac rehab programs or calming them during stressful procedures.”
You can learn from Donna in her upcoming ERI courses “Maximizing Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Function in Patients to Decrease Re-Admissions and Reach Optimal Outcomes: If You Can’t Breathe Nothing Else Matters,” and “Treating the Cardiac Patient: Decrease Re-Admissions Promote Optimal Outcomes.” If you’re a PT, PTA, OT, OTA, working with school-age through adult clients with cardiovascular and/or pulmonary impairments be sure to register for these engaging and informative classes where Donna will help you take your practice to the next level.
Read more about how Donna is treating CVP patients with music therapy, and learn how other PTs and PTAs are treating patients with dancing, singing, and other increasingly popular alternative methods of therapy in this month’s PT in Motion. And be sure to register for Donna’s upcoming courses by visiting www.educationresourcesinc.com.
As more therapists understand the strong link between neuroscience and the immune system, the interest in Psychoneuroimmunology (PNI), the study of the effect of the mind on health and resistance to disease, has become a popular subject among clinicians.
ERI faculty member Susan L. Roberts, MDiv, OTR/L has used a body, mind, spirit approach developed over four decades of practice to treat patients. She is a great resource for therapists examining the mind-body connection and has recently authored, “Sustainable Health: Simple Habits to Transform Your Life.” In her new book, Susan explores how physical symptoms and ailments that many individuals experience can be mitigated by using tools for self-care based on the five-element theory of traditional Chinese medicine.
Susan will also bring her knowledge of PNI to ERI’s Therapies in the Schools Conference taking place November 21-22, 2019 in Framingham, Mass. Her session, “Self-Regulation and Psychoneuroimmunology: Using a New Model to Determine and Implement Optimal Treatment Approaches for Each Child” explores how combining PNI research with a two-thousand-year-old paradigm from traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) links physiology, sensations, and emotions to optimize outcomes for children with self-regulation challenges.
Check out Susan’s new book “Sustainable Health: Simple Habits to Transform Your Life,” and come see her in person at the 20th Annual Therapies in the School Conference this fall. Susan will also teach her acclaimed course “Play with Your Food: An Integrative Approach to the Most Difficult Feeding Challenges” in New Jersey this September and in Virginia this November. Space is limited so register online at educationresourcesinc.com.