School-based physical and occupational therapists are integral members of the education community, helping children further their education and reach numerous milestones. As the country continues to battle COVID-19, many schools have made the difficult decision to close their doors for the remainder of the school year. We know this means you are continuing to balance telehealth sessions with your students, caring for loved ones, and an array of other commitments, which is why we are offering you shortened online sessions, designed to provide you with practical tools, and the latest evidence-based strategies to help you treat your students.
Developed with dynamic faculty experts, ERI’s comprehensive library of interactive online courses teach the latest evidence-based techniques and practical tools to treat children with a variety of challenges including sensory processing and sensory integration challenges, motor challenges, and executive function. Courses were filmed at the annual Therapies in the School conferences and edited into shortened sessions to provide optimal learning experiences. Therapists will find these courses easy to access, and can be taken before or after their telehealth sessions with students, or at any time that is convenient. And no need to rush through the course – participants have access to the courses and downloadable handouts for an entire year. Courses are offered for CEUs and group rates are available.
For a complete listing of ERI’s online courses for the school-based therapist, click HERE or visit www.educationresourcesinc.com.
We are here to answer your questions and help you register your team: Call and leave a message 800-487-6530 or email email@example.com to register a group.
We hope that you’re inspired to register for an ERI online course, and learn new skills that can be implemented in the future, and as you bring therapy to your students through telehealth sessions today.
Last month, therapists from across the country joined us for the live webinar “Managing the Complex Therapy Patient in the Time of COVID-19: Preparing and Mobilizing Therapists in the ICU/Acute Care and Beyond.” The course sold out in a matter of hours and demonstrates that therapists working in ICUs and on the front line of the COVID-19 pandemic are searching for the expert guidance to assess and treat complex critically ill patients. We here at ERI are dedicated to helping therapists acquire the skills they need and once again, we’re teaming up with Chris Wells, PT, Ph.D., CCS, ATC to bring a second session of the new two-part webinar on Saturday, May 16 from 10 am to 6:30 pm EST, and Sunday, May 17 from 10 am to 5:30 pm EST.
Chris, who currently leads a rehabilitation team managing COVID-19 patients, will teach therapists to interpret vital signs beyond the basics as it relates to critical illness, including:
- Integrating the medical and environmental effects of the ICU to promote an effective therapy session in all settings
- Applying current literature and trends to progress functional recovery for patients that suffer critical illness (including information related to COVID 19)
- Applying exercise physiology principles to prescribe an effective exercise prescription
- Implementing an integrative rehabilitation plan to address pulmonary dysfunction
- Analyzing the complexity of critical illness via a case scenario to develop an evaluation and intervention approach to provide comprehensive care
This LIVE webinar costs $369, includes course handouts, and meets the criteria for 13.5 contact hours (1.35 CEUs). Intermediate level. Click HERE for complete CEU details.
Please know that enrollment is limited and the previous session filled up quickly. We encourage you to register early!
During this time of social distancing, ERI is continuously looking for new ways to bring learning to you. We are pleased to now offer the NEW online course series “Vestibular Rehabilitation: Treatment Intensive” with master clinician Gaye Cronin. Filmed at Gaye’s recent in-person continuing education seminar, participants will learn to recognize, access, and treat children, adults, and the elderly suffering from balance and vestibular disorders.
This interactive course uses lab sessions and offers exercises that teach PTs, OTs, and other healthcare workers to:
- Develop problem-solving skills and appropriate treatment planning for patients with vestibular disorders
- Identify precautions
- Recognize and develop exercise programs for vestibular ocular and vestibular spinal reflex dysfunction
- Recognize and treat patients with reduced, fluctuating, hyperactive, and hypoactive vestibular responses
- Differentiate central and peripheral vertigo and nystagmus
- Demonstrate treatments for Meniere’s, childhood paroxysmal vertigo, mal de debarquement, post concussion syndrome, migraine-associated vertigo, torticollis, post-surgical conditions, superior canal dehiscence, and central disorders
- Recognize and demonstrate repositioning maneuvers for horizontal, anterior and posterior canal BPPV
- Develop a fall risk/safety program
- Review evidenced-based outcomes
Now through May 18, 2020, register for “Vestibular Rehabilitation: Treatment Intensive” and enter promo code ERICARES at checkout to purchase the series for $259, a savings of $50.
Filmed at a live in-person seminar, the online series offers the same content as the live course and has been developed into shorter (approximately 3-3.5 hour) sessions for optimal learning. Participants need to watch the entire course to gain the full treatment toolkit. The online series is offered for 13.5 Contact Hours, 1.35 CEUs (Intermediate Level). Participants have access to the course and materials for one year. For complete CEU details click HERE.
Register for “Vestibular Rehabilitation: Treatment Intensive” with Master Clinician Gaye Cronin.
This May, one of ERI’s most popular in-person courses “Primitive Reflexes: Strategies to Promote Integration – Strengthening Foundational Skills” will be offered as a live, interactive three-part webinar. Join Janine Wiskind on the evenings of Monday, May 11 and 18, and Thursday, May 28 as she provides therapists with a clear understanding of evaluating and treating primitive reflexes. The course focuses on understanding the neuroanatomy of primitive reflexes, supporting research, and the importance of analyzing posture, biomechanics, and qualitative movement patterns.
Participants will learn to:
- Explain the relationship of the three levels of motor control in the central nervous system, and the implications for intervention
- Correlate current research to the evaluation and treatment of primitive reflexes
- Describe the impact of structural development and alignment of the pelvis and trunk
- Effectively perform a primitive reflex integration assessment
- Design a treatment plan to address retained primitive reflexes to utilize effective intervention strategies to strengthen your client’s foundational skills, improve client outcomes, and increase engagement in functional activity
The live webinar costs $369/person, and takes place over the three following dates and times:
Monday, May 11, 2020, from 6:00pm– 9:00pm EST + 1hr Home Study
Monday, May 18, 2020, from 6:00pm– 9:00pm EST + 1hr Home Study
Thursday, May 28, 2020 6:00pm– 9:00pm EST
Click HERE to register for this live, interactive course which includes handouts and meets the criteria for 11 contact hours (1.1 CEUs). Intermediate Level. Space is limited, register today.