THIS Child in THIS moment: Re-thinking "TRY IT!" Feeding Therapy Strategies

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THIS Child in THIS moment: Re-thinking "TRY IT!" Feeding Therapy Strategies

THIS Child in THIS moment: Re-thinking "TRY IT!" Feeding Therapy Strategies

SKU: 00077WEB
heart icon 63
heart icon Zoom
heart icon 12:00 PM
heart icon CEUs 0.2
heart icon August 16, 2024
Regular price $150.00
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Friday, August 16, 2024

(12:00 PM - 2:00 PM Eastern US/UTC-4)

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Marsha Dunn Klein OTR/L, MEd, FAOTA

Course Description

In this course, we will take a deep dive into the concept of "TRY IT!" As feeding therapists, we have often relied on strategies for helping children try new foods, different foods, more foods, in support of parent goals to expand their child’s food choices. Many strategies have worked well, and others have left children and their families stressed and stuck. We will explore evidence that informs the influences of motivation, autonomy and self determination, safety, sensory preferences, pressure and stress have on enjoyment in new food trying and food choices and preferences.

Event Information

Course Description

TalkTools® virtual streaming workshops and webinars are recorded. Recorded presentations are available for 2 days after the dates posted and accessible only to learners who purchased a seat for this course. 

In this course, we will take a deep dive into the concept of TRY IT! As feeding therapists, we have often relied on strategies for helping children try new foods, different foods, more foods, in support of parent goals to expand their child’s food choices. Many strategies have worked well, and others have left children and their families stressed and stuck. We will explore evidence that informs the influences of motivation, autonomy and self determination, safety, sensory preferences, pressure and stress have on enjoyment in new food trying and food choices and preferences.  We will look at how to read a child’s communication about what works for their unique body and strategize how to adapt options of food interaction and therapeutic support based on responsively adapting for “this” child in “this” moment.

Learning Outcomes

Participants will be able to: 

  1. List the components of enjoying food and eating
  2. Describe the ways babies learn to try new foods
  3. Describe the role of internal and external motivation on “TRY IT”
  4. Describe the influence of pressure or stress on “TRY IT!”
  5. Describe a shift from “TRY IT!” to “try it?”
  6. List strategies we can role model or teach client and families that can be considered in “new food trying” that work with individual sensory profiles

Webinar Details

Instructor Details and Financial Disclosure:

Registration Fees:

  • $150  0.2 ASHA CEUs, digital handout & certificate of completion.

Schedule

Timed Agenda:

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