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TalkTools Workshop | Feeding Therapy: A Sensory-Motor Approach

This is a: Workshop
Date: Friday, January 20, 2017 to Saturday, January 21, 2017
Located: Sacramento, CA, United States
Presented by: Lori Overland, MS, CCC-SLP, C/NDT
Organization: TalkTools
# of CEU Credits: 1.2
Audience:
Anyone interested in Oral Placement Therapy. Potential attendees are: Speech-Language Pathologists, Occupational Therapists, Special Education Teachers, Parents of special needs children, Audiologists, Physical Therapists, Orofacial Myologists, Nurses and Pediatricians.

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Contact: Mandy Washington
Phone: 508-359-6533

The AEIOU Systematic Approach to Pediatric Feeding

This is a: Conference
Date: Saturday, January 28, 2017 to Sunday, January 29, 2017
Located: Minneapolis, MN, United States
Presented by: Nina Ayd Johanson, MS, CCC-SLP, CEIM, CHHP
Organization: Education Resources inc
# of CEU Credits: 15 contact hours(1.5 CEU's)
Audience:
SLP's, OT's, Assistants, Educators, Appropriate for other professionals (social workers, nurses, dietitians, Psychologists) working with infants and young children with feeding problems

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Contact: Mandy Washington
Phone: 508-359-6533

Mealtime Success: Solving Food Refusals with Self-Regulation Strategies and Evidence-Based Nutrition

This is a: Conference
Date: Friday, February 10, 2017 to Saturday, February 11, 2017
Located: Tallahassee, MA, United States
Presented by: Susan Roberts MDiv, OTR/L
Organization: Education Resources Inc.
# of CEU Credits: 1.35 CEU's (13.5 contact hours)
Audience:
This course is designed for PT's, OTs and Assistants,
SLPs, Registered Dieticians, Psychologists, Social Workers,
Counselors, Educators, and Nurses.

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Contact: Mandy Washington
Phone: 508-359-6533

Assessment and Intervention with the High Risk Infant in the NICU and During the Transition to Home

This is a: Conference
Date: Saturday, February 11, 2017 to Sunday, February 12, 2017
Located: Chicago, IL, United States
Presented by: Roberta Pineda PHD, OTR/L
Organization: educationresourcesinc.com
# of CEU Credits: This course meets the criteria for 13.5 contact hours (1.35)
Audience:
This two day course will focus on practical strategies to address behavioral, developmental and feeding assessment and intervention with high risk infants in the NICU. Factors related to parenting, the NICU environment, and the effects of altered sensory and motor experiences will be explored. Through video analysis, demonstration and case examples, participants will practice their clinical
problem-solving skills for this specialized setting. Participants will enhance their observational and clinical skills, improving early identification of therapeutic needs that define targeted interventions in the NICU and during the transition home.This course is appropriate for Beginning and Intermediate level neonatal therapists(Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapists) or those interested in working with newborns.Please contact us with any special needs requests.info@educationresourcesinc.com or 508-359-6533.

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Contact: Mandy Washington
Phone: 5083596533

Practical Strategies for Treating Complex Pediatric Feeding Disorders: Treating the Whole Child

This is a: Workshop
Date: Friday, February 24, 2017 to Saturday, February 25, 2017
Located: United States
Presented by: Mary Tarbell-Bickley (Polly) Polly Tarbell engages students with her dynamic presentation style and deep expertise gained over 20 years as a speech-language pathologist specializing in pediatric feeding disorders. She currently works at the University of Virginias Kluge Childrens Rehabilitation Center in Charlottesville, Virginia. She is the director of the nationally-known Encouragement Feeding Program, through which she has directly seen over 340 children with complex feeding disorders. Ms. Tarbell has published a peer reviewed article in Infants and Young Children regarding weaning children from gastrostomy tubes and has co-published a chapter in Communication Sciences and Disorders: An Introduction, 2006. She currently lectures at the University of Virginia Curry School of Education regarding pediatric feeding disorders.
Organization: Education Resources inc
# of CEU Credits: 13.5 Contant Hours 1.35 CEUs
Audience:
Clinicians will be taught the necessary components of a comprehensive evaluation of feeding problems including those encountered by children with oral motor dysfunction, oral motor inexperience, oral hypersensitivity, behavioral rigidity and anxiety as seen in children with cardiac issues, prematurity, ASD, syndromes, SPD. Focus will be on a holistic treatment approach for challenging feeding disorders that are characteristically seen with tube dependency, oral inexperience, severe oral hypersensitivity, rigid eating patterns, and difficulty transitioning to table foods.
Participants will leave with a comprehensive therapy tool box including suggestions for reducing mealtime stress and anxiety and ensuring family carryover. Video case analysis will enhance problem-solving in hospital,school, home and private practice settings.
SLPs, OTs, Assistants, Educators. Appropriate for other professionals (social workers, nurses, dieticians, PTs), working with infants and young children with feeding problems.

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