Posts Tagged: Therapies in the School

School Based Therapy Conference – Early Bird Discount Is Extended

Extension of Early Bird Pricing for our popular Annual Therapies in the School Conference. We understand that it is such a busy time of year for you, and didn’t want you to miss this opportunity to register for quality continuing education. REGISTER TODAY! SAVE $100 when you register for ERI’s 23rd Annual Therapies in the School Conference before 8/31/22. Extended… Read more »

Back-to-School Savings from ERI!

As summer begins to wind down…ERI is happy to offer a few special savings to school-based therapists heading back-to-school!  SAVE $100 when you register for ERI’s 23rd Annual Therapies in the School Conference before 8/31/22. Use coupon code THERAPIES2022 at checkout. SAVE $50 on any school-based multi-day webinar*. Use coupon code SCHOOLWEBINAR22 at checkout.  SAVE… 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 »

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 »