Pediatric Feeding Seminar - A Behavioral Approach
|Event Date/Time: Aug 20, 2011||End Date/Time: Aug 21, 2011|
* 1.8 ASHA Approved Continuing Education Units
* Illinois Early Intervention Credit
This seminar is designed for Speech and Language Pathologists, Feeding Therapists, Occupational Therapists, Dieticians, Nurses, Pediatricians, and other clinicians working with children who want to learn about using behavioral methodology to treat pediatric feeding disorders, food aversion, food refusal, texture selectivity, G-Tube dependency, and other pediatric feeding difficulties.
Get "hands-on" training, in-depth instruction, individualized feedback, increased perspective through discussion and group tasks with professionals from diverse backgrounds, in addition to, systems and procedures you can readily implement in your own practice.
Learn more about the topics to be explored here (www.PediatricFeedingSeminar.com).
Theory. Practical Application. Implementation. Hands-on Training. Explore.
The Agenda - Snippets
Day 1 Snippets
Initial Evaluations: Conducting within Clinic and in Home Settings
Texture Assessment & Activity
How to Determine Appropriate Food Types and Texture for Different Categories of Cases
Data Collection During a Meal
Day 2 Snippets
Protocol Design: Components and Considerations
Mock Feeding Escape Extinction Protocol Activity
Strategies for Packing/Pooling
Strategies for Vomiting
Strategies for Expelling
Strategies for the Older Childer
Strategies for G-Tube
Strategies for Self-feeding
Case Study 1:G-Tube
Conducting Parent Training
Video and Analysis of a Feeding Case Admission
Jewish Child & Family Services
255 Revere Drive