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    AEIOU: An Integrated Approach to Pediatric Feeding 3-Day Comprehensive

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  • The IDDSI Framework

    IDDSI Implementation in Long-Term Care

    Learn the IDDSI Testing Methods and even try out the test methods with the companion webinar kit that will be shipped to you. Learn practical steps to IDDSI implementation along with real life experiences and challenges in the long-term care setting.

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    Appetite: How to Foster Hunger and Wean Kids from Tube Feedings

    Explore the science of appetite in young children and learn how to wean children from tube feedings. This course focuses on the research, practical strategies & the importance of appetite regulation to help children transition to oral feeds.

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  • Anxious Eater

    ARFID: The Anxious Eater

    Helping a child with Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID) and anxiety-based feeding behaviors can feel overwhelming to parents and professionals. This Masterclass focuses on treating a child for extreme picky eating with research-driven strategies that help the entire family get back to healthier, happier mealtimes.

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  • The IDDSI Framework

    Guide to IDDSI Implementation: Successes and Challenges

    Learn steps to IDDSI implementation along with real life experiences and challenges.

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  • Stethoscope

    Assessing Breath Sounds in Dysphagia

    Can a Feeding Therapist use a stethoscope? Yes, we absolutely can! A stethoscope is a very valuable tool in gathering information about swallowing and we’re not talking about listening for clicks or clunks.

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  • Cleft palate

    Craniofacial Anomalies and Feeding

    Are you nervous about treating a child with cleft lip and/or cleft palate? In this course you’ll learn exactly how and why craniofacial anomalies affect feeding and breathing and how and when you can and cannot help.

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  • The IDDSI Framework

    IDDSI: History, Implementation and Practical Experience

    Confused about IDDSI? Learn the history and the science behind the IDDSI diet from the President and founder Of SimplyThick, John Holahan, and even try out the test methods with the companion webinar kit that will be shipped to you. All for only $20!

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  • Feeding Development: Understanding the Spectrum of Eating in Children

    This dynamic 9.5-hour course is presented by Melanie Potock, MA, CCC-SLP and three national experts in pediatrics, nutrition, and psychology. Join Melanie and her guests as they cover the topics of; Feeding Development & Strategies to Encourage Adventurous Eating; Pediatric Feeding & Nutrition; and Pediatric Feeding Disorders & Anxiety.

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    IDDSI: The Plot Thickens!

    This presentation will explore the practice of thickening in dysphagia, including efficacy research, issues of concern, and the new IDDSI® framework and vocabulary. It will explain the different types of thickeners, when they are appropriate, their pros and cons, and possible unintended side effects. There will be a demonstration of the IDDSI® levels of thickness and possible alternatives to thickening.

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    IDDSI: What You Need to Know

    Nectar and Honey are OUT. The confusing, subjective terminology that has plagued our professions for so long is finally being replaced by a well-thought-out, universally objective framework. The International Dysphagia Diet Standardisation Initiative (IDDSI) framework is being implemented in many different countries around the world, and Dysphagia Therapists and Dietitians need to know what it’s all about.

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    The five key domains of pediatric feeding problems.

    Pediatric Feeding: The Big Picture Module 3 – Motor

    There is a great need for therapists competent in evaluating and treating pediatric feeding disorders. Yet few have received adequate training in this area in school. Many therapists wonder, “What happens if I get this wrong? Can I do damage as a feeding therapist? And who is supposed to treat this, anyway?”

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