Association of Educational Therapists

Association of Educational Therapists AET, the national professional association for educational therapists, defines and sets standards for the professional practice of educational therapy.
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The Association of Educational Therapists (AET) is the national professional organization dedicated to defining the professional practice of educational therapy, setting standards for ethical practice, and promoting state-of-the-art service delivery through on-going professional development and training programs. AET provides information to the public about educational therapy and facilitates access to educational therapy services. Educational therapists provide intensive, individualized educational interventions for children and adults with learning disabilities and other learning challenges such as dyslexia, ADHD, language processing problems, poor motivation, low academic self-esteem, performance anxiety and poor social, organizational, and/or study skills. Clients may include students needing appropriate school placement or adults needing workplace support. Educational therapists are well versed in formal and informal assessment as well as a wide range of learning methods and strategies. They communicate with significant members of the clientโ€™s world, including family members, teachers, other professionals, and employers, for the purpose of developing an understanding of the clientโ€™s needs and appropriate ways to provide support.

Mission: The mission of the Association of Educational Therapists is to: * provide leadership, certification, and training to educational therapy professionals * promote collaboration with allied professionals, and * facilitate public access to educational therapy services. Educational therapists combine educational and therapeutic approaches for evaluation, intensive individualized intervention, case management, and advocacy on behalf of children, adolescents, and adults with learning disabilities or other learning problems.

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We have some great workshops and webinars coming up in January! Please visit www.AET online.org to register.
01/05/2021

We have some great workshops and webinars coming up in January! Please visit www.AET online.org to register.

As we kick off 2021 we want to provide you with some information regarding our January events!

1) Join us for a webinar with @seanmccormickcoaching on Tuesday, January 12th at 11am PST

2) We also have a AET Regional Workshop on Saturday, January 23 starting at 10am EST. This workshop will include a morning and an afternoon session!

Please visit our website to register for both events at www.AETonline.org

As we kick off 2021 we want to provide you with some information regarding our January events! 1) Join us for a webinar ...
01/05/2021

As we kick off 2021 we want to provide you with some information regarding our January events!

1) Join us for a webinar with @seanmccormickcoaching on Tuesday, January 12th at 11am PST

2) We also have a AET Regional Workshop on Saturday, January 23 starting at 10am EST. This workshop will include a morning and an afternoon session!

Please visit our website to register for both events at www.AETonline.org

12/04/2020

Take a minute now to choose Association of Educational Therapists as your "Amazon Smile" charity of choice this holiday season. Every time you shop on Amazon.com, 0.5% of your purchases will benefit our association. We hope that you will consider "shopping with AET" this Holiday season, it takes only a couple minutes to register. ๐ŸŽ

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04/06/2020

Watch the video of Marion Marshall's Virtual Study Group! She talked about her new book, Assessment in Educational Therapy. To hear Marion give more in-depth information about assessment view her webinar in the AET webinar archives: https://www.aetonline.org/webinar-archives

03/24/2020
Educational Teletherapy

The COVID-19 pandemic has created major disruptions for schools, businesses and families across the nation and the world.

As we all adjust to our new โ€œnormal,โ€ it becomes increasingly important to maintain as much โ€œoldโ€ normalcy and connection as possible. To this end many educational therapists are moving to online practice. This is new territory for many of us. Fortunately, the Association of Educational Therapists has some amazing members who have generously given of their time to help online novices get up to speed.

In our first FREE video offering, Educational Tele-Therapy, Kara Scanlon, MEd, ET/P, a talented, experienced AET online practitioner, shares ways that we can serve our students online. She provides a wealth of information about online platforms, techniques, equipment, and applications. In addition, other well-informed members in attendance share their expertise as well.

Virtual Study Group conducted by Kara Scanlon, March 18, 2020

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