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  • In the thick of it

    In the Thick of It

    So WHAT is going on with Thickeners these days? Do we use Simply Thick in peds or not? What’s up with Rice Cereal and cancer?  Are gel-based thickeners okay for our geriatric population?  Get some answers to these questions and more as we explore the history and use of different options for thickening in dysphagia across the lifespan.  We’ll look at the pros and cons of various thickeners and their possible ramifications on respiratory and gastrointestinal systems.  I’ll present information from recent discussions with the FDA regarding use of Simply Thick and rice and teach some alternatives to thickening such as various feeding positions and use of different nipples, cups, and feeding utensils and when these should be considered.

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  • The five key domains of pediatric feeding problems.

    Pediatric Feeding: The Big Picture Module 1

    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 feeding therapist? And who is supposed to treat this, anyway?”

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  • The five key domains of pediatric feeding problems.

    Pediatric Feeding: The Big Picture Module 2

    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 feeding therapist? And who is supposed to treat this, anyway?”

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  • Sale!
    The five key domains of pediatric feeding problems.

    Pediatric Feeding: The Big Picture Module 3

    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 feeding therapist? And who is supposed to treat this, anyway?”

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    Girl and Woman in Responsive Feeding Session

    Provision of Feeding Intervention in the Context of Responsive Feeding

    For clinicians working with families and young children, moving away from a directive or prescribed approach in feeding intervention towards a responsive framework can improve outcomes and instill trust between the partners involved in feeding. Consideration of the child as an autonomous individual with unique congenital and experiential challenges allows us to reframe how we set goals, provide therapy, and interact with caregivers.

    Register now for only $10!

    This course was presented live on January 12th and we are in the process of editing the video to post it for on-demand access. Once posted, the registration will be $20.

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  • Table Manners: Ethics and Building a Feeding Team

    Table Manners: Ethics and Building a Feeding Team

    This course provides guidelines for inter- and intra-professional behavior in supporting a positive and dynamic Team-Based approach to assessing and treating Feeding and Swallowing Disorders. We discuss keeping in mind the best interests of the client while balancing them with the ethical, legal and professional concerns of the practitioner.
     

    ASHA CEUs are available for this course.

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  • The Milky Way: Supporting Babies at the Breast as a SLP

    The Milky Way: Supporting Babies at the Breast as a Feeding Therapist

    We know as feeding therapists, the most impactful thing a caregiver can do is to feed, nurture, and grow their children. This is a foundation for bonding and relationship building. When that relationship goes awry due to feeding issues or difficulties, it can become overwhelming, if not even traumatic. Supporting the infant from the very beginning at the breast is important for building this caregiver/baby relationship.

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  • Sale!
    The five key domains of pediatric feeding problems.

    Pediatric Feeding: The Big Picture Module 3

    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 feeding therapist? And who is supposed to treat this, anyway?”

    Select options
  • Sale!
    Girl and Woman in Responsive Feeding Session

    Provision of Feeding Intervention in the Context of Responsive Feeding

    For clinicians working with families and young children, moving away from a directive or prescribed approach in feeding intervention towards a responsive framework can improve outcomes and instill trust between the partners involved in feeding. Consideration of the child as an autonomous individual with unique congenital and experiential challenges allows us to reframe how we set goals, provide therapy, and interact with caregivers.

    Register now for only $10!

    This course was presented live on January 12th and we are in the process of editing the video to post it for on-demand access. Once posted, the registration will be $20.

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  • The Milky Way: Supporting Babies at the Breast as a SLP

    The Milky Way: Supporting Babies at the Breast as a Feeding Therapist

    We know as feeding therapists, the most impactful thing a caregiver can do is to feed, nurture, and grow their children. This is a foundation for bonding and relationship building. When that relationship goes awry due to feeding issues or difficulties, it can become overwhelming, if not even traumatic. Supporting the infant from the very beginning at the breast is important for building this caregiver/baby relationship.

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  • The five key domains of pediatric feeding problems.

    Pediatric Feeding: The Big Picture Module 2

    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 feeding therapist? And who is supposed to treat this, anyway?”

    Select options
  • The five key domains of pediatric feeding problems.

    Pediatric Feeding: The Big Picture Module 1

    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 feeding therapist? And who is supposed to treat this, anyway?”

    Select options
  • Table Manners: Ethics and Building a Feeding Team

    Table Manners: Ethics and Building a Feeding Team

    This course provides guidelines for inter- and intra-professional behavior in supporting a positive and dynamic Team-Based approach to assessing and treating Feeding and Swallowing Disorders. We discuss keeping in mind the best interests of the client while balancing them with the ethical, legal and professional concerns of the practitioner.
     

    ASHA CEUs are available for this course.

    Select options
  • In the thick of it

    In the Thick of It

    So WHAT is going on with Thickeners these days? Do we use Simply Thick in peds or not? What’s up with Rice Cereal and cancer?  Are gel-based thickeners okay for our geriatric population?  Get some answers to these questions and more as we explore the history and use of different options for thickening in dysphagia across the lifespan.  We’ll look at the pros and cons of various thickeners and their possible ramifications on respiratory and gastrointestinal systems.  I’ll present information from recent discussions with the FDA regarding use of Simply Thick and rice and teach some alternatives to thickening such as various feeding positions and use of different nipples, cups, and feeding utensils and when these should be considered.

    Select options