Join Feeding Matters on Tuesday, June 7, 2016 from 9:30 - 11:00 am (PDT) for What To Do When You Get Stuck: A Virtual Workshop With Marsha Dunn Klein, OTR/L, MEd, FAOTA. Marsha will be presenting different tools and strategies that can help any healthcare professional, parent, or caregiver when struggling. Texture transitions will be the main theme, whether it be the breast or bottle to solids, purees to solids, crumbs to crunchy, and more. After the presentation, there will be time to have your questions answered by Marsha and possibly get ideas from others who have been through similar scenarios. This workshop will encourage dialogue among families and healthcare professionals on what to do when you get stuck.
Cost: $25 for healthcare professionals and $10 for caregivers or $15 for couples. All attendees will receive a certificate of completion. Please click here to register for this virtual workshop by May 27, 2016. For questions, please contact email@example.com.
About the Presenter
Marsha Dunn Klein, OTR/L, MEd, FAOTA, founder of Mealtime Notions LLC, is a pediatric occupational therapist, author, and educator who specializes in eating and mealtime issues with infants and children. With over 45 years of experience, she evaluates, treats, and works in partnership with families of children who have cerebral palsy and other neurological issues, prematurity, sensory processing disorders, visual impairments, genetic and metabolic disorders, as well as autism. Many of these families have children who are fed by supplemental tube feeding.
She is a founder of a private practice in Tucson, Arizona, Mealtime Connections, LLC, and works with a team of occupational therapists, speech therapists, physical therapists, and a dietitian who evaluate and treat children with pediatric feeding disorder. Her energies are focused on helping children with special motor, sensory, and mealtime challenges. Marsha has a Bachelor of Science degree in occupational therapy from Sargent College of Allied Health Professions at Boston University and a Master of Education in Special Education from the University of Arizona. She is also Neurodevelopmental Trained (NDT).