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Register for Feeding Matters' upcoming virtual workshops:


MARCH 21, 2019 – UNDERSTANDING PEDIATRIC FEEDING DISORDER—A CASE-BASED APPROACH


Presented by Praveen Goday, MD, CNSC, FAAP, Mary Beth Feuling, MS, RD, CSP, CD, Colleen Taylor Lukens, PhD, Amy Delaney, PhD, CCC-SLP


An in-depth look at how the proposed diagnostic criteria for PFD should enable practitioners and researchers to better characterize the needs of heterogeneous patient populations, facilitate inclusion of all relevant disciplines in treatment planning, and promote the use of common, precise, terminology necessary to advance clinical practice, research, and health-care policy.


Continuing Education Credits Available: 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™


APRIL 17, 2019 – FOOD IS SENSORY


Presented by Marsha Dunn Klein, OTR/L, Med, FAOTA


This workshop will review the sensory properties of food and examine how to carefully grade the sensory challenges in food presentations to help children progress through developmental mealtime transitions and make mealtimes more enjoyable for both children and parents. >>

JUNE 20,2019 – HOME STRATEGIES FOR FAMILIES IN FEEDING THERAPY


Presented by Melanie Potock MA, CCC-SLP, and Dr. Nimali Fernando, MPH


Taught by pediatrician Dr. Nimali Fernando, affectionately known as Dr. Yum to her patients, and feeding specialist Melanie Potock (“Coach Mel” to her little feeding clients), this one-hour course is sure to help you navigate your child’s journey to adventurous eating right from the start. ››

 

Watch Feeding Matters' virtual workshops on-demand:

THE SOUNDS OF MUSIC: SUPPORTING LEARNING DURING MEALTIMES

Presented by Suzanne Evans Morris, PhD

Taught by Suzanne Evans Morris, PhD, this presentation will help participants understand how to select and use different types of music, with videos and experiential activities with music to increase the practical understanding of these concepts. ››

OFFICE HOURS WITH MICHELLE MASTIN, PHD: INTENSIVE FEEDING THERAPY

An interactive question and answer discussion on intensive feeding therapy, including a definition and common terminology, to help you determine if this may be a fit for your family. ››

NEONATAL NUTRITION: IMPROVING SHORT AND LONG TERM OUTCOMES

Presented by Matthew E. Abrams, MD, FAAP

Interventions available to babies in the NICU that optimize growth, nutrition, and long term neurodevelopmental outcomes. ››

FEEDING ISSUES IN SUBSTANCE EXPOSED INFANTS

Presented by Joy Browne Ph.D, PCNS, IMH-E (IV)

Appropriate assessment and intervention of feeding interactions in substance exposed infants to assist with the baby’s regulation and development of eating skills. ››

SETTING UP FOR FEEDING SUCCESS AFTER THE NICU

Presented by Kay Toomey, PhD

When and why children may begin to struggle with their feedings/eating across the first 2-3 years of their lives ››

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