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Some Great Blog Posts on Pediatric Feeding

Posted by Deborah Grauzam on

Follow the link below to read 5 of 2014's best blog posts on feeding. Topics range from "stepping away from the Sippy Cup" to the "Medical Side of Pediatric Feeding."

Pediatric Feeding Tops the Charts: Five Top Blog Posts from 2014

Interested in learning more about Feeding Therapy? Keep an eye on our workshop schedule for one of Lori Overland's "Feeding Therapy: A Sensory Motor Approach" classes or watch it on-demand here. This informative course will walk you through therapeutic techniques that you can use the next day. Enabling your clients to tolerate sensory feedback from temperatures, textures, and tastes.   10922643_908373702519758_2547088768979950812_n

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"Step Away from the Sippy Cup"

Posted by Deborah Grauzam on

Great to see the below blog on the ASHA website. Melanie Potock, MA, CCC-SLP, does a great job outlining the issues as well as directly answering questions from therapists.

This idea is not something new to TalkTools and those that have taken our courses have heard of the issue.  If you would like more information please take a look at the below references:

"Step Away from the Sippy Cup"

THE BELOVED SIPPY CUP COMES UNDER ATTACK

MOTHER KNOWS BEST (RISK OF USING SIPPY CUPS)

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