Posts Tagged: Therapies in the School

Annual School Conference – Speaker Highlight – Barbara Connolly PT, DPT, EdD, C/NDT, FAPTA

We are thrilled to bring ERI Faculty member and expert Barbara Connolly to our Annual Therapies in the School Conference.  Her keynote address: Decisions for Today, Implications for Tomorrow: Long Term Outcomes over the Life Span for Students with Special Needs and concurrent session: Assessment of Sensory Processing Issues in High-risk Populations: Down Syndrome will… Read more »

Annual School Conference – Session Highlight – Sarah Ward M.S., CCC/SLP

Don’t miss this dynamic keynote session on Day 1 of Therapies in the School with internationally renowned faculty Sarah Ward Learn it Today, Use it Tomorrow: Practical Strategies to Facilitate Independent Executive Function Skills Whether your student needs to complete homework or do classwork, or be attentive and productive during independent work time or group… Read more »

Now Available! Therapies in the School Online Conference 7

New On-demand, Online Course Teaches Innovations, Research, Evidence, and Practical Tools for School-based Therapists In November 2020, ERI brought together hundreds of school-based therapists for the annual Therapies in the School Conference. The conference took place in a virtual setting and we’re pleased to announce the recorded version of the event is now available in… 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 »

Thankful for a Successful Therapies in the School Conference 2019

Our annual Therapies in the Schools conference took place last week, bringing together more than 250 school-based therapists, inspiring speakers, and resourceful vendors.  We left with a greater understanding of how to identify and treat children experiencing numerous conditions, as well as how to support one another both inside and outside the classroom. The two-day… Read more »