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Mealtime Miseries: Management of Complex Feeding Issues
Friday, May 15, 2020, 7:30 AM to Saturday, May 16, 2020, 4:30 PM EDT
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Mealtime Miseries:
Management of Complex
Feeding Issues

Elizabeth Clawson MS, Ph.D.

Carol Elliott BS, OTR/L

How does feeding, a process so
integral to the child’s health and
well-being, go awry?
The focus of this 2-day course is on the Transdisciplinary
Effective Assessment and Treatment (TR-eat®) model
integrating oral motor/sensory therapy techniques
along with medical and behavioral management for the
treatment of complex feeding problems. It will cover
innovative strategies and case examples, to address oral
aversion, food refusal, poor transition onto solid foods,
texture grading, learning to chew, self-feeding and feeding
difficulties related to autism and picky eaters.
This course is packed with practical solutions, hands
on techniques and provides an extensive reproducible
handout that will empower you with new treatment ideas
for your most complex patients. These interventions are
systematic and evidence based.
This course is appropriate for the following clinicians
working with children with feeding disorders: OT, COTA,
SLP, RD, RN, CSW, Psychologists.

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