Posts Categorized: Webinar

Josephine Bardabelias Joins ERI Faculty, Offers NEW Live Webinar

Josephine Bardabelias, PT, brings her 30+ years of experience treating children in various settings to ERI in 2022!  Don’t miss her NEW course:  A Developmental Approach to Motor Learning: Tools to Enhance Academic Skills Through Movement. February 22, 24, March 1 and 3, 2022 6:10 pm EST • 5:10pm CST • 4:10 pm MST •… Read more »

ERI Introduces NEW Faculty and a NEW Course Offering to our Community of Therapists!  

Bethanne Mazurczak MS, CCC-SLP, C/NDT and Leslie Paparsenos PT, MS, C/NDT have joined the list of esteemed ERI faculty and bring to you a NEW course offering: ASD: Improving Motor and Speech/Language Outcomes for Function Bethanne Mazurczak, CCC-SLP, C/NDT has been a practicing clinician since 1990, specializing in the pediatric rehabilitation of infants, children and… Read more »

Dr. Richard Clendaniel Awarded APTA’s Catherine Worthingham Fellowship 

Congratulations to ERI faculty member Dr. Richard Clendaniel on being named a Catherine Worthingham Fellow by the American Physical Therapy Association. The honor is the association’s highest membership category and serves as inspiration for physical therapists to attain professional excellence, and is eligible to APTA physical therapist members who have demonstrated unwavering efforts to advance… Read more »

School-Based Therapists Learn and Earn CEUs with Education Resources, Inc.

ERI offers evidence-based, clinically relevant CEU courses for school-based therapists.  As schools begin to welcome students and faculty back to full-time, in-person learning, we know that many school-based therapists (Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, Speech Language Pathologists, Special Educators, Social Workers and Psychologists) are also ready to continue their professional development and meet their CEU requirements…. Read more »

NYC Therapists to Teach COVID-19 Knowledge and Learnings in New, Live Webinar

Occupational therapists, physical therapists, and assistants are treating an increased number of patients experiencing the damaging effects of COVID-19, especially after hospital discharge.  New York City was one of the earliest and hardest hit epicenters of COVID-19 and healthcare workers on the ground had to modify their treatment techniques and plans to accommodate for new,… Read more »