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25 Fun Facts to Celebrate 25th Anniversary of Therapies in the School

  ERI’s Therapies in the School Conference is a long-running annual conference that has been providing school-based therapists with the latest research and strategies to implement in classrooms all across the country and beyond. We’ve taught thousands and thousands of therapists over the years, and this year we’re so excited to be celebrating our 25th… Read more »

NEW! On-Demand Birth to Three Conference Now Available

Exciting news! We’re thrilled to offer a brand new on-demand series aimed at the birth to three therapist. Meet more of your babies’ and toddlers’ needs with these multidisciplinary presentations and universal topics with Birth to Three Annual Conference – On-Demand. Earn up to 31 contact hours (3.1 CEUs) upon completing the full conference.  Birth… Read more »

Struggling with Carryover? Try Something New to Unlock Your Full Potential

Written by Joann Sorg, MS, OTR/L and featured in the recent NANT newsletter. Have you ever felt discouraged by lack of carryover from caregivers and colleagues? Do you sometimes scratch your head as you watch a caregiver or colleague attempt to execute what you taught them and wonder, is that really what they thought I… Read more »

Updated On-Demand Course: Pediatric Vestibular Therapy

Updated Content! With greater awareness around vestibular dysfunction and rehabilitation in recent years, ERI’s vestibular expert, Inger Brueckner, MS, PT, has released an updated edition of her popular course on Pediatric Vestibular Rehabilitation with more than 75 references from just the last five years:  Pediatric Vestibular Therapy: Young Children Through Adolescents – ON-DEMAND. What’s New? Brueckner covers anatomy, function… Read more »

ERI Partners with NTCB to Sponsor Neonatal Therapist Scholarship

Neonatal Therapy Certification Board CNT Scholarship

This year, the Neonatal Therapy Certification Board (NTCB) is launching a scholarship program exclusively for Certified Neonatal Therapist™ applicants from World Bank-designated lower-income countries who may lack the means to pursue the CNT certification. ERI is proud to partner with the NTCB to help sponsor these aspiring neonatal therapists with the opportunity to pursue their… Read more »