Category Archives: Dear ERI – Clinical Challenges and Gems

ERI is Returning to the NANT Conference.


Carol, Alyson and Mandy from the ERI team are lucky enough to be joining almost 500 passionate, dedicated and influential neonatal therapists at the annual NANT conference in Charlotte North Carolina next week on April 13-14. presented by the National Association … Continue reading

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ERI Welcomes Master Clinicians Lynn Wolf and Robin Glass


We first met and heard Lynn and Robin speak at the annual NANT (National Association of Neonatal Therapists) conference last year in Arizona. What a dynamic duo!  We heard such amazing feedback from so many neonatal therapists, and are thrilled … Continue reading

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Exciting News! ERI Welcomes Renowned Speaker and Autism Consultant Kelly Mahler


ERI is thrilled to announce that internationally renowned OT Kelly Mahler will be a keynote speaker at Therapies in the School 2018.  Mahler will share her expertise and passion at ERI’s annual conference and will present: “Interoception: The Eighth Sensory … Continue reading

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Great Article from ERI Faculty Member John Pagano – Published in OT Practice – Evaluating Clients With Autism Spectrum Disorders: A Life Span Approach


Renowned faculty member John Pagano, together with Autism Experts Carolyn Murray-Slutsky and Jen Richman, recently published this article in OT Practice. It describes and provides case studies illustrating the usefulness of occupational therapy assessment to guide Autism Spectrum Disorder intervention … Continue reading

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COMING SOON! New Online CEU sessions for School Therapists


To add to our comprehensive offering of online courses from leading experts, we are getting close to launching a new series of online courses.  Exciting and clinically relevant online courses for the pediatric therapist.The next best thing to attending live! … Continue reading

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Focus on Home Exercise Programs


Great piece from distinguished ERI faculty member: Jacqueline Grimenstein, PT, C/NDT,  As a working mother of 4 kids I always dreaded homework.  My husband and I would get home from work, do afterschool activities or carpools, make dinner and then … Continue reading

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Play Your Cards Right- Become a trauma-informed care “ACE” Therapist!


Guest Blogger: Emily Zeman “We need to presume the clients we serve have a history of traumatic stress and exercise “universal precautions” by creating systems of care that are trauma-informed.” (Hodas, 2005). Did you know: 47.9% of children report one or … Continue reading

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NEW NDT Course from Renowned Speaker Jackie Grimenstein


Jackie Grimenstein has been one of ERI’s long time respected Faculty Members, and we are thrilled to be able to offer you her NEW course: Utilizing NDT in Pediatric Practice April 14-15, 2018 – Coon Rapids, MN September 29-30, 2018 … Continue reading

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NEW course for Pediatric Therapists – Ataxia, Autism and NDT


ERI is happy to announce that we are adding a new course to our extensive library of courses for the pediatric therapist. Designed and presented by our distinguished faculty member Gail Ritchie with new Faculty member Brenda Lindsay. Ataxia, Autism and … Continue reading

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SPEAKER SPOTLIGHT – Michelle Anderson Haas


We are so thrilled to welcome Miki Anderson Haas PT, DPT as a new ERI faculty member. She has a passion for treating and educating others on her approach to treating the all-encompassing multi-trauma patient population, and we are excited to share … Continue reading

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