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

Early Bird Rate of $339 a Saving of $100
Use Code THERAPIES2022 at checkout

November 17 and 18 2022
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 subject to slight changes


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