Therapies in the School Conference 2021

Don’t Miss This Opportunity to Virtually Network With School Therapists and Learn from Experts in the Field


November 18 and 19, 2021

09:30 am EST • 08:30 am CST • 07:30 am MST • 06:30 am PST (US)

Join the ERI atmosphere that promotes therapists building connections, sharing ideas, and actively learning.

The below sessions are subject to slight changes

Day 1 - Thursday Only
Morning Sessions - General
Choice of ONE Afternoon Session:
A. Get moving! Add Breathing Strategies to Movement for Improved Functional Outcomes-
Mary Massery and Trish West Low
B. School Based Best Practices: A Guide for Beginning Therapists - Susan Cecere
C. Evaluating School Participation: Revitalizing and Developing Your Process-
Jan Hollenbeck
D. Dyspraxia: Tools, Treatment & Accommodations-
Teresa May Benson
E. Visual Impairments, Motor Skills and School Performance: CVI, ROP, ONH -
Joanne Szabo
Day 2 - Friday Only
Morning Sessions - General
Choice of ONE Afternoon Session:
A. Assessment of Sensory Processing Issues in High-risk Populations: Down Syndrome-
Barbara Connolly
B. Digital Tools: Promoting Efficiency for Both You and Your Students -
Tim Richmond
C. Awareness of Self in Space: Gross Motor to Fine Motor-
Melissa Gerber and Josephine Bardabelias
D. Fine Motor Skills and Tool Use: Evaluation and Evidence Based Intervention Strategies- Jan McCleskey
E. Promoting Physical Activity & Learning Motor Skills: The Use of Adaptive Equipment in Schools-
Lori Potts
Both Days
Morning sessions are general sessions you can choose your afternoon sessions.
Choice of ONE Afternoon Session Per Day
See Day 1 & Day 2


Groups of three or more receive a $40 discount on each registration fee for the 2-day conference. (Please call our office @ 508-359-6533 or 800-487-6530 (outside MA) to register your group).

When registering a group DO NOT add session selections to your cart. Enter names and session choices into the Receipt Note. Or if you are registering a large group please email with names and selections. 

As we emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic, we are re-imagining what participation and performance will look like for school-aged children and how our support today impacts each student’s long-term outcomes in life. 

ERI is committed to supporting your practice no matter what the circumstances – even during a pandemic!  

At this year’s conference, we are excited to join together to deliver content that integrates what we have learned during the COVID-19 pandemic with our pre-COVID best practices.