Posts Tagged: school based occupational therapist

Recognizing OTs and OTAs During Occupational Therapy Month!

April is Occupational Therapy month and here at ERI, we are thrilled to recognize all OTs and OTAs for the tireless work and effort they put forth every day to improve the function in the lives of their patients and students. You’re AMAZING! We know you are seeking new strategies and new ways to help… Read more »

Now Available! Therapies in the School 22nd Annual Conference – Online Conference 8

Congratulations to our community of school-based therapists who have almost made it through another challenging school year. As we continue to adapt to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are re-imagining what participation and performance will look like for school-aged children and how our support today impacts each student’s long-term outcomes in life.  You can now enjoy… Read more »

Don’t Miss Teresa May Benson – Key Note Speaker at the Annual Therapies in the School Conference

ERI is thrilled to welcome Teresa May-Benson to the Therapies in the School Faculty.  With two opportunities to hear her present: Key note address: Praxis as a Whole Brain Process: How Neuroscience Informs Function  and  Dyspraxia: Tools, Treatment & Accommodations Teresa A. May-Benson, Sc.D., OTR/L, FAOTA, Owner/President of TMB Education and OTR, Inc. and past… Read more »

Opportunities to Network and Connect with Other School Therapists

While we may not be meeting in person for our Therapies Conference, ERI is offering new ways to connect, share and learn from each other about the challenges and solutions of returning to school this year.  In addition to learning from experts in the field about strategies and techniques you can implement in the classroom,… Read more »

Annual School Conference – Session Highlight – Developed by Mary Massery

Two sessions not to miss at ERIs Annual Therapies in the School Conference: Key Note Address: Breathing, Talking and Postural Control: Why is this relationship so important for school-based therapists to understand? Breathing mechanics and postural control are linked! Using Dr. Mary Massery’s novel research and the “SodaPop Can” postural control model, the instructor will… Read more »