Stress and Trauma Informed Schools

Erin Riojas

Please note: No CEUs are awarded for participation in this course. Course Length: 3 hours Stress and trauma in students is currently a topic of discussion as the emotional well-being of students and staff is a fundamental need for learning. All members of the multidisciplinary school team encounter children with stress and trauma and must be able to recognize its … Read More

Preventing Burnout and Promoting Wellness and Resiliency Among Pediatric Therapists

Erin Riojas

Please note: No CEUs are awarded for participation in this course. Wellness, job stress, and burnout are all important aspects of job performance for pediatric therapists. Participants will learn about current evidence and engage in an overview of proactive and practical strategies to promote wellness and manage work stress in practice. Participants will partake in proactive strategies and create a … Read More

Behavior Strategies to Use Tomorrow 2.0

Erin Riojas

Please note: No CEUs are awarded for participation in this course. This course will address what a behavior intervention plan (BIP) is comprised of and how other professionals can understand and support students who have one. It will also provide information on how to understand and implement basic behavioral strategies and when to seek advanced support when challenging behaviors become … Read More

Caselite 102 – Getting Started

Erin Riojas

Course Credits: No CEU credits are awarded for this course. This course will continue your introduction to Caselite by teaching the steps to set up your caseload and create your first Caselite schedule. Instructor Information Amy Chapman is our in-house Caselite Software Specialist. She holds a BSBA in Computer Information Systems from Appalachian State University in North Carolina and has … Read More

Caselite 101 – Introduction

Erin Riojas

Course Credits: No CEU credits are awarded for this course. This course covers a high-level demonstration and overview of Caselite Software for EBS Healthcare. Instructor Information Amy Chapman is our in-house Caselite Software Specialist. She holds a BSBA in Computer Information Systems from Appalachian State University in North Carolina and has a background in corporate systems for companies like IBM … Read More

Supervision: Tools and Strategies for Reflective Practice

Mark Strait

ASHA Course Number: ACEF0469 Course Credits: 0.2 ASHA CEUs (2 hours) Intermediate level, Related area. Clinical supervisors recognize the importance of critical thinking skills that lead to reflective practice. The research, evidence and key elements that support reflective practice will be highlighted throughout the presentation. Participants will use ASHA’s 2016 self-assessment tool to rate their competencies and to develop personal … Read More

Ethical Issues in Clinical Supervision

Mark Strait

ASHA Course Number: ACEF0470 Course Credits: 0.1 ASHA CEUs (1 hour) in the area of Ethics; Intermediate Level; Professional Area Clinical supervisors can benefit from increased awareness of issues pertaining to ethical conduct. An overview of sections of the revised (2016) ASHA Code of Ethics pertaining to supervision will be followed by a discussion of recurring themes in ethical issues … Read More

The Prevention of Medical Errors Using a Strategy Driven Approach

Mark Strait

ASHA Course Number: ACEF0413 Course Credits: 0.2 (2 hours) ASHA CEUs – Intermediate level, Professional area This course is to facilitate therapists in their everyday dedication to their clients and services in the workplace with the understanding that “To Err…” is most certainly part of the human element in our field. The purpose of the presentation is to build on … Read More

Educational Policies

Erin Riojas

AOTA Course Number: DLAOTA111 AOTA Course Credits: .3 CEUs (3 hours) ASHA Course Number:ACEF0484 ASHA Course Credits: .3 CEUs (3 hours) School-based practitioners often benefit from a review regarding federal and state regulatory education policies and framework models on Special Education. Through presentation and self-reflection, participants will learn about ESSA, IDEA, Section 504, and ICF’s influence and impact on our … Read More

Managing Feeding Issues in Early Intervention

Mark Strait

ASHA Course Number: ACEF0459 Course Credits: 0.35 (3 and 1/2 hours) at the Intermediate level, Professional Area Feeding problems in early childhood can have many different, interrelated causes and can have a profound impact on a child and family’s quality of life. This workshop will review developmental feeding milestones and discuss typical versus atypical feeding and swallowing skills seen in … Read More