Upcoming Virtual Workshop

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Join Feeding Matters on Thursday, August 10, 2017 from 7:00 – 8:00 pm ET for Fostering Collaborative Care: Parent & Provider Perspectives, a virtual workshop.. During this multifaceted educational workshop, a feeding team will discuss how they currently employ the Infant and Child Feeding Questionnaire as an engagement tool to earlier identify potential pediatric feeding disorders in their patients. Parents will also share their NICU experiences and how the feeding questionnaire could have positively impacted their child’s care. This workshop is an opportunity to get vital continuing education related to pediatric feeding disorders and the NICU, and all attendees will receive a certificate of completion.

Cost: $20.

Not able to attend on August 10? Registrants will have access to the recorded workshop for one year even if you are unable to attend the webinar live. For questions, please contact programs@feedingmatters.org.

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ABOUT THE PRESENTERS

 

Ashley Collier, MA is mom to Macie, a 33-week preemie who struggled to master suck-swallow-breathe in the NICU. It took years of searching to find the right feeding team to treat her daughter. Now 9-years old, Macie is eating some table foods and is at a healthy BMI.

Anais Cook is a speech-language pathologist who specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of pediatric feeding and swallowing disorders. Anais earned her Bachelors of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders and her Masters of Science in Speech-Language Pathology from Texas Woman’s University. Anais, along with her colleagues, Dr. Andrew Chu (GI) and Caroline Duong (OTR), piloted the first multidisciplinary clinic for the assessment and treatment of pediatric feeding and swallowing disorders at TCH The Woodlands.

Andrew Chu, MD serves as Attending Physician in Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology & Nutrition at Texas Children’s Hospital The Woodlands and Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at Baylor College of Medicine (Houston, TX). After receiving his AB from Princeton University and MD from Baylor College of Medicine, he completed pediatrics residency at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center followed by clinical and research fellowships in pediatric gastroenterology at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.

Caroline Duong earned her Masters of Health Science in Occupational Therapy at Augusta University. She holds a Bachelors of Liberal Arts degree with a primary concentration in Biology and secondary concentration in Theology at the University of Saint Thomas in Houston, Texas. Caroline is a licensed and registered occupational therapist at Texas Children’s Hospital The Woodlands and serves on their Multidisciplinary Feeding Team.