Therapies in the School 23rd Annual Conference 2022

Don’t Miss This Opportunity to Virtually Network With School Therapists and Learn from Experts in the Field


November 16 and 17 2023
09:30 am EST • 08:30 am CST • 07:30 am MST • 06:30 am PST (US)

Join the ERI atmosphere that promotes therapists building connections, sharing ideas, and actively learning.

The below sessions are from the 2022 Conference.

This years conference is currently under development!


Groups of three or more receive a $40 discount on each registration fee for the 2-day conference. (Please call our office @ 508-359-6533 or 800-487-6530 (outside MA) to register your group).

When registering a group DO NOT add session selections to your cart. Enter names and session choices into the Receipt Note. Or if you are registering a large group please email with names and selections. 

Day 1 - Thursday Only
Morning Sessions - General
Choice of ONE Afternoon Session:
A. Shifting to a Workload Model to Support Student Outcomes-
Susan Cecere
B. Embedding PT services in the School Environments - Valerie Clevanger
C. Changing the Brain - The What, Where, How Integration of Reflexes Through Neuroplasticity for Every School Based Therapist -
Karen Pryor
D. Feeling Frustrated with dysregulated students and staff? Learn to Use the Neurobiology of Connection to Address Challenging Behaviors -
Amy Lewis
E. Creative Approaches using RTI (Response to Intervention) to Support Students While Reducing the Need for Referrals -
Amy Lewis
Day 2 - Friday Only
Morning Sessions - General
Choice of ONE Afternoon Session:
A. Executive Function & Interoception: Diving Deeper into Theory of Mind and the Relation to Interoception & Executive Function Skills-
Cara Kosinski
B. Evaluating Medically Complex Students to Improve Outcomes and Guide Intervention Strategies -
Cynthia Dodds
C. Transition Planning: It’s NOT just for the High School Therapist – The Therapist’s Role in Improving Outcomes from Elementary through High School-
Tee Stock
D.Collaborative Evaluation and Goal Development for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder- Christy Hupka and Amy Barr
E. Using Universal Design for Learning (UDL) to Help Teachers Enable Participation for All Students-
Elissa Wern
Both Days
Morning sessions are general sessions you can choose your afternoon sessions.
Choice of ONE Afternoon Session Per Day
See Day 1 & Day 2