NOW ACCEPTING SUBMISSIONS
Do you know of someone who deserves recognition?
A Therapist New to the Schools, or an Unsung Hero
We want to hear about their hard work, and innovative ideas.
We will be honoring two unsung heroes/teams.
One for his/her significant contribution to therapy practice in the field of school based therapy,
and a therapist new to school based practice
Please click on the links below to find out more and send in your nominations:
Education Resources would like to provide a scholarship of free tuition to the 24th Annual Therapies in the School Conference, to a therapist who is new to practicing in the schools to help further his/her potential to significantly contribute to therapy practice in the field of school-based therapy. This nominee should have a strong potential to meet students’ needs and collaboratively engage teachers and staff within the students’ team.
Education Resources would like to honor one unsung hero for his/her significant contribution to therapy practice in the field of school-based therapy during this challenging school year. This nominee has excellent assessment and intervention skills, uses those skills to meet students’ needs in unconventional and unique ways, and collaboratively engages teachers and staff within the students’ team.
Award recipients will also demonstrate the core values of collaboration, leadership, integrity, and a passion for improving the lives of his or her students.
You may nominate yourself or colleague(s) – or both!
Deadline for Submissions is July 31 2023
The award recipients will be notified in early September and honored at the Annual Therapies in the School Conference – November 16-17, 2023
SAVE THE DATE
November 16 and 17, 2023 – Live Virtual Webinar
9:30 am EST ▪ 8:30 am CST ▪ 7:30 am MST ▪ 6:30 am PST
As we continue to develop the content for the annual Therapies in the School Conference, we are asking for your input. Let us know how to focus the content to best meet your needs!
Please take a few minutes to share your thoughts in this SHORT SURVEY