Posts Categorized: School Based Therapists

Take Your Professional Development Training Online with Reduced Rates on ERI’s Web-Based Learning for School-Based Therapists

We are thinking of you during this difficult time and hope that you, your loved ones and colleagues are doing well. With schools closed indefinitely, we know that many school-based therapists are questioning how they will continue their professional development. To help ease these concerns, ERI is reducing the cost of the highly-acclaimed, web-based series “Therapies… Read more »

Attention School-based Therapists:  Take your practice to the next level with “Therapies in the School Online Conference 6”

Register before February 29, 2020 and save $100 (use promo code THERAPIES6 at checkout). For years, school-based therapists have gathered in Boston for ERI’s annual Therapies in the School conference. Touted by many as the must-take conference for therapists working in the classroom, participants learn from experts including  Anne Buckley- Reen OTR, RYT, Kim Wiggins,… Read more »

Become Sensory Aware with ERI Instructor Liesa Persaud

Are you a therapist looking to gain practical tools to treat children with gross motor and sensory dysfunction? You’re in luck! Acclaimed ERI Instructor, Liesa Persaud, DPT, PCS, PT, CKTP is back with a new two-day course, “Treatment of Motor Issues in Children with Sensory Dysfunction.”  Liesa will teach evidence-based “Sensory-Aware” tools and techniques that… Read more »

The Zones of Regulation with Leah Kuypers, M.A.ED., OTR/L in Tennessee this March

When Leah Kuypers created  The Zones of Regulation, her goal was to provide others with information on a framework she used to foster self-regulation and emotional control in children. Her book has been enthusiastically received by educators and therapists across the country, and now she is sharing her expertise with ERI’s community of therapists on… Read more »

Sharing this ASHA Survey to Help Promote Interprofessional Collaboration – Please complete by December 15

The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association’s (ASHA’s) School Services team will be working with the ASHA Leader team to write an article on the benefits of collaborating with other special education providers, e.g., occupational therapists, nurses, physical therapists, special education teachers, school counselors, school psychologists. The ASHA Leader is ASHA’s newsmagazine. They would like to include quotes… Read more »