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 an on-demand, online format called . Therapies in the School Online Conference 7,

Join renowned speakers Suzanne Davis, Susan Cecere, Kim Wiggins and more as they share the latest research and school-based therapy techniques to successfully treat children in today’s challenging times. These gurus in the pediatric therapy field passionately deliver practical tools and strategies for in person or remote therapy.

The CEU approved on-demand, online course can be taken from the safety and convenience of home or office, and participants have a one year from date of registration to complete the course.

Register for Therapies in the School Online Conference 7 and take your school-based practice to the next level with ERI.  

If you are a therapist working in the educational setting, this conference should be your go to every year to support evidence based practice in the schools. The presenters have all worked in the educational setting and are able to take their experience and knowledge of their particular areas of expertise and present easy to follow courses that give immediately applicable practices to improve delivery of service to students in the educational setting. Highly recommend.

Laura Towles

Topics include:

The Severely Involved Child: Applying Best Practice Guidelines with Susan Cecere

Core Strengthening for Improved Academic Performance & School Participation for PT, OT & SLP with Suzanne Davis Bombria

Creating Motor Lab & Sensory Pathways: Incorporating Movement into Classrooms and Homes with Kim Wiggins

Including a special bonus session

(only available when the full conference is purchased)

Supporting Students with Sensory Processing Challenges in the Schools Using the STAR Frame of Reference with Colleen Whiting
Difficulty with sensory processing affects a student’s ability to successfully participate in school whether in person or through distance learning. This course will empower the school-based therapist to effectively address sensory processing challenges through the utilization of the adapted STAR PROCESS.

I really enjoyed the Therapies in the Schools conference. So many amazing gurus in the Pediatric therapy field were presenters. I recommend this course to all school therapists.

Rosaleen Gnoffo

Take your practice to the next level with Therapies in the School Conference 7


And receive access for a full year, downloadable handouts and up to 2.45 CEUs (24.5 hrs)
Registration Fee = $399
Group/District pricing of $399 + $44 for each additional registrant (CEU certificate) up to 19 registrants

In support of all our valued school-based therapists we are excited to be able to continue to offer you this online session at no cost

Add this extra session to your cart:

Integrating Trauma-Informed Treatment Strategies into your School-Based Practice
Evidence-based Approaches during the COVID-19 Era with Emily Zeman Eddy

ERI Therapies in the School builds a therapy community across the country that stays in touch long after the conference closes.

Our annual conference also starts a conversation that continues all year with school discussion groups. Powerful professional development for school-based professionals is a key part of the ERI mission, and school discussion groups provide a forum for therapists and educators to ask questions and share insights online. Visit our Facebook Discussion Group to continue the discussion 

This was my first year attending the Therapies in School Conference and it was such an informative and incredible experience, despite being online. Honestly the online format is what helped me attend this year, and has me looking forward to continued workshops with ERI and to keep eventual in-person opportunities on my radar. The presenters did great at translating their topics into a virtual format and still providing opportunities for engagement, participation, small groups, and discussion. It was challenging to pick afternoon sessions, because many of the topics were of interest or applicable to my practice and caseload. The team really made the most of this odd year, and I’m glad I made the decision to attend the full, 2-day experience.
Alexandra Hicks

This conference never let’s me down and even with having to navigate a “virtual” conference, I still learned so much and got a chance to interact and collaborate with others in the field. Fabulous conference!

Nicole Barmen