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Registration Open for NEW LIVE Webinar “Managing the Complex Therapy Patient in the time of COVID-19: Preparing and Mobilizing Therapists in the ICU/Acute Care and Beyond”

Now more than ever, acute and critical care therapists working in ICUs and on the front line of the COVID-19 pandemic need advanced tools and techniques to assess and treat complex critically ill patients. ERI and Chris Wells, PT, Ph.D., CCS, ATC are bringing this information directly to therapists through the LIVE webinar “Managing the… Read more »

Join ERI for Melissa Gerber’s New LIVE Webinar “Functionally Assessing and Treating Visual Processing, Visual Perception, and Visual-Motor Deficits”

Even as we continue to social distance and help stop the spread of COVID-19, we know the importance of continuing your education. We’re continuously exploring new ways to provide you tools to improve your practice, and are pleased to now offer “Functionally Assessing ad Treating Visual Processing, Visual Perception, and Visual-Motor Deficits” with Melissa Gerber ODT/OTR/L in a two-part live webinar on Friday, May… Read more »

Join ERI and Liesa Persaud for the New LIVE Webinar “Treatment of Motor Issues in Children with Sensory Dysfunction”

ERI and esteemed faculty member Liesa M. Persaud, PT, DPT, PCS, CKTP are joining forces to bring you ERI’s first LIVE webinar, “Treatment of Motor Issues in Children with Sensory Dysfunction.” Liesa, a well-known and engaging instructor will teach you how to utilize “Sensory-Aware” tools for pediatric clients referred for gross motor and sensory-motor challenges.  This interactive, web-based course includes live Q&A sessions, hands-on applications,… Read more »

Attention OTs: Special Offers for ERI’s Online Continuing Education Courses

With the cancellation of this year’s AOTA Conference in Boston, we know that many Occupational Therapists are concerned with earning CEUs and continuing their education. At ERI, we are therapists too and know the importance of learning new techniques and improving your practice. And while times may be uncertain, one thing the OT community can… Read more »