What the Experts Have to Say Videos

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A collection of  video segments on a variety of topics that features national feeding experts. This series educates, creates awareness, disseminates information, provides support and discusses preventative and supportive care to parents and medical professionals who care for children with feeding disorders. Each video is paired with a printable outline and summary.  

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Educational Videos

Interdisciplinary Teams

Joan Arvedson, PhD

Evaluation and Treatment

Treatment Approaches

Alan Silverman, PhD

Evaluation and Treatment

Physical, Behavioral & Developmental Skills

Carol Elliott, BS, OTR/L

Evaluation and Treatment

Communicating with Your Provider

Colin Rudolph, MD

Evaluation and Treatment

Know Your Options

Daniel B. Kessler, MD, FAAP

Evaluation and Treatment

Basics of Behavioral Therapy

Elizabeth Fischer, PhD

Family & Behavioral Psychology

The “Get Permission Approach” for Eating by Mouth or Tube Feeding

Marsha Dunn Klein, MEd, OTR/L

Family & Behavioral Psychology

Helping Infants and Children with Special Needs Understand “Hunger”

Marsha Dunn Klein, MEd, OTR/L

Family & Behavioral Psychology

Understanding “Negative Food History” and Building Trust for New Routines

Marsha Dunn Klein, MEd, OTR/L

Family & Behavioral Psychology

Building Positive “Feeding Relationships” Through Physical and Emotional “Tilting”

Marsha Dunn Klein, MEd, OTR/L

Family & Behavioral Psychology

Food Allergies and Food Intolerances

Mary Beth Feuling, MS, RD, CNSD

Growth & Nutrition

Tube Feeding Time Can Be a Part of Typical Infant or Family Mealtime

Marsha Dunn Klein, MEd, OTR/L

Growth & Nutrition

Video Swallow Studies

Joan Arvedson, PhD

Medical

Creating Mealtimes with Tube Fed Children

Suzanne Evans Morris, PhD

Skill & Ability

Exploring Toys and Food, Texture and Taste

Marsha Dunn Klein, MEd, OTR/L

Skill & Ability

Using “Crumbs” as a “Texture Bridge” for Exploring New Foods

Marsha Dunn Klein, MEd, OTR/L

Skill & Ability

Using “Utensils” as a “Timeline Bridge” for Exploring New Foods

Marsha Dunn Klein, MEd, OTR/L

Skill & Ability

Evaluation & Treatment

Building Positive “Feeding Relationships” Through Physical and Emotional “Tilting”

Marsha Dunn Klein, MEd, OTR/L

Family & Behavioral Psychology

Understanding “Negative Food History” and Building Trust for New Routines

Marsha Dunn Klein, MEd, OTR/L

Family & Behavioral Psychology