Pre-Conference: Advancing the Parent and Provider Partnership: Honor, Empower, Plan

Available On-Demand April 17-May 31


Presentation Summary

To provide an engaging, interactive, and educational experience that promotes family-centered care where parents, caregivers, and providers partner to meet the individual needs of the child with Pediatric Feeding Disorder so optimal outcomes can be achieved.

Learning Objectives

  • Identify at least 3 foundational components of the family-centered care partnership
  • Utilize a tool to assess areas of family-centered care to identify strengths and areas of opportunity for growth in the family/provider partnership
  • Acquire evidenced-based coaching skills to empower families and optimize their partnership with providers for ideal family-centered care

ASHA CE approved provider AOTA approved provider Accreditation with ACCME Commendation Commission on Dietetic Registration

The 2023 IPFDC is endorsed by the North American Society For Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology & Nutrition (NASPGHAN).