Course description and overview
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Pediatric Feeding: The Big Picture Module 6 – Behavioral
We continue our introduction to pediatric feeding disorders with an examination of the Behavioral component of a child’s eating skills. Is ABA ever appropriate in Feeding Therapy? Do children actually start eating using a Responsive Approach? We will discuss how some therapists utilize the principles of operant and classical conditioning, while others prefer to abide by the Division of Responsibility and respect the child’s right to say, “No”. We will also explore what can happen when any of these principles are misapplied.
Finally, we will apply the key principles and components learned throughout the series by discussing some pertinent case studies and practicing treatment plan formulation.
Key Learning Outcomes:
As a result of this presentation, the participant will be able to
- Describe the steps in the Aversion Cascade.
- Outline the key principles of operant and classical conditioning.
- Explain the Division of Responsibility in pediatric feeding.
- Compose an appropriate pediatric feeding treatment plan based on information presented in Case Studies.
Time Ordered Agenda:
30 minutes – The Aversion Cascade
30 minutes – Prematurity and its relationship to feeding aversion
45 minutes – SuRF: Safe, Respectful, Fun
15 minutes – Case Studies
About the Presenter:
Financial: Jennifer Meyer is a co-owner of CEU-Espresso, Inc. and was paid an honorarium for this presentation. She owns a private practice, Feeding and Dysphagia Resources, P. C. in Denton, TX
Non-financial: Jennifer is a personal friend of the developer of the Res-Q Infant Wedge, sometimes mentioned in her presentations.
This course is presented by CEU-Espresso, Inc.
This learning event does not focus exclusively on any specific product or service.
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We really want you to be able to learn this material, not just breeze through it to take a quiz and say you’ve learned something but forget it by the time you are in front of your next patient or client. So, you will have access to this material for 6 months (180 days) from your registration date. You will be able to download any course resources and stre