Monthly Archives: January 2018

Sharing the Love of Physical Therapy Expertise

Physical therapy is a healing art that appeals to practitioners called to work with patients one-on-one as they go through treatment. After working for years for factory-type physical therapy chains, David Bertone decided to strike out on his own so he could offer “more personal, hands-on service.” The Asbury Park Press recently profiled Bertone, a New Jersey […]

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New Judges Learn the Ins and Outs of Life on and off the Bench

Making the transition from attorney to judge can be, well, a trial for some new magistrates. That is why in Pennsylvania they often find it useful to attend what is anecdotally called new judge school. In an article from WESA FM, a National Public Radio station in Pittsburg, PA, the Director of Judicial Education for […]

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New In-Person CE Opportunities in Western Mass.

Public health professionals in the Berkshire County, MA area now have a new option for their in-person continuing education needs. According to an article in the Berkshire (MA) Eagle, the Berkshire Area Health Education Center has moved to new offices on the Berkshire Community College campus. The story reported that the BAHEC “members work to provide continuing […]

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Attorneys Combine Good Deeds with Good Continuing Legal Education

In a holiday-themed partnership, some Huntsville, AL area attorneys were able to finish their year’s required continuing legal education requirements while helping needy children. A recent article in the (Alabama) News Courier, highlighted how the Limestone County Bar Association and Hodges Trial Lawyers P.C. offered a CLE seminar at the Athens-Limestone County Public Library. The price […]

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New PT/OT School to Open in Central Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania’s demand for occupational therapists and physical therapists will ease a bit in 2020 when the Central Pennsylvania Institute of Science and Technology in Pleasant Gap, PA completes their new $16 million health sciences building. According to a recent article in the Philadelphia Tribune, the new structure “will serve the school’s expanding Health Science program to […]

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Family Law Attorneys Can Benefit from Conflict Resolution CLE

Any family law attorney who deals with custody issues should never lose sight of their only and ultimate goal – the well-being of the children. When divorce issues get rancorous, it helps to approach the issues with that firm focus in mind. Unfortunately, in a recent Huffington Post article, author Mark Baer, a mediator, family law […]

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Continuing Education Can Help Fill the Holes in Your Bag of Tricks

School district speech language pathologists are often expected to work miracles and treat kids for a variety of deficits. They can’t possibly be experts in everything, so when they have clients whose needs are outside of their areas of expertise, sometimes continuing education courses can be the perfect solution. One of the conditions that may […]

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Judicial Continuing Education Is Now the Law in Pennsylvania

A December 2016 ruling by the supreme court of Pennsylvania now requires all appellate and trial court judges to undergo 12 hours of continuing judicial education every year. Scrambling to meet this new need, the Administrative Office of Pennsylvania Courts’ Judicial Education Department is combining forces with various law schools in Pennsylvania to create new curricula across […]

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Physical Therapy Business is Booming

A recent story on LVB.com (Lehigh Valley Business) focused on the burgeoning physical therapy field in Pennsylvania (and elsewhere). Between the needs of active baby boomers getting new joints, chemotherapy recipients needing to stay in good condition, and young athletes giving themselves concussions, the need for qualified, quality PT is outstripping availability in some areas. This […]

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International CLE Opportunity Examines the Law’s Role in Genocides

This April, New Jersey lawyers and judges will have an unusual opportunity to earn continuing legal education credit by traveling to Poland to examine the role their historical counterparts played in crafting laws that allowed events like the Holocaust to occur. According to the New Jersey Law Review, “John Farmer, the former New Jersey attorney […]

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