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Understanding Sensory Processing and Feeding Issues: A Guide for Educators and Therapists

Feeding difficulties in children — particularly those intertwined with sensory processing — come with a few hurdles. For example, parents might find encouraging their children to eat nutritious foods challenging.  Children with sensory processing disorders might avoid certain textures, such as mushy foods like mashed potatoes or foods at specific temperatures, like hot soup.  Understanding and addressing these sensory… Read more »

Supporting Executive Functioning in Students

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Executive functioning is an essential skill for students to develop. We aren’t born with these skills, so children need to learn them at different life stages. The most common way for children to learn executive functioning is at school, but for some students, building executive functioning skills can prove more challenging. School-based therapists can support… Read more »

ERI Offers Two Scholarships to Attend New Birth to Three Conference

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Announcing Our New Birth to Three Conference ERI is excited to kick-off its inaugural Birth to Three Conference scheduled for April 4 and 5, 2024. This virtual conference is geared towards OTs, PTs, SLPs, Special Educators, Assistants and more who work in a variety of pediatric settings including early intervention, hospital inpatient and outpatient, outpatient… Read more »

NEW Neonatal On-Demand Courses with Renowned Presenter Anjanette Lee

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Introducing a 4-part CEU series focused on Neonatal Therapy ERI is excited to announce that neonatal expert, Anjanette Lee, MS, CCC/SLP, CNT, NTMTC, will be presenting a new 4-part series on Neonatal Therapy. These parts can be taken sequentially, or as stand alone courses. Parts 1 and 2 occurred in the fall of 2023, however,… Read more »

Welcoming a New Clinician to the ERI team

We are thrilled to announce that Joann Sorg recently joined our team as Assistant Director of Continuing Education.  She is a seasoned occupational therapist with over 20 years of clinical experience in various settings from early intervention to adult transitions, from in person to telehealth, from large city school districts, where she oversaw service delivery… Read more »