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Improving eating behaviors in children with feeding aversion [electronic resource] / presented by Merry M. Meek, M.S., CCC-SLP.

Meek, Merry M. (Speaker).
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Subject: Children > Nutrition > Psychological aspects.
Ingestion disorders in children.
Ingestion disorders.
Ingestion.
Motor ability in children.

Record details

  • Physical Description: 1 online resource (415 min.).
  • Publisher: Fairacres, NM : Clinician's View, 1999.

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General Note: Title from resource description page (viewed Feb. 27, 2013).
Formatted Contents Note: Part 1 & 2: Normal Oral-Motor Development -- Musculature of the Face -- Musculature of the Tongue -- The Influence of Respiration on Feeding and Speech.
Part 3 & 4: Influence of Respiration on Feeding and Speech (Continued) -- Oral-Motor Assessment -- Treatment Guidelines -- Treatment Examples -- Food Parameters.
Part 5 & 6: Food Parameters (Continued) -- Treatment Examples (Continued) -- Physical Handling Techniques for Oral Preparation -- Incorporating the Parent into Therapy -- Preparation Techniques for the Tongue, Facilitating Chewing, and Drooling Management -- Adapting the Feeding Process for Children with Special Syndromes.
Part 7: Treatment Examples (Continued) -- The Feeding Experience -- Treatment Examples (Continued).
Summary: This seminar deals with the challenge of improving eating behaviors of children who are non- oral feeders. Discussion includes children dependent on tube feeding, children who have poor oral-feeding skills due to oral sensitivity to touch, taste, texture and the smell of foods, children with developmental failure to thrive, those with specific syndromes that have particular swallowing and feeding disorders such as C.H.A.R.G.E. Syndrome, Rett Syndrome and Nager-Miller Syndrome. These problems require unique understanding of the oral-motor and feeding processes if improvement in eating behavior is to be obtained to assist these children in becoming supplemental feeders and eventually diminishing their dependence on tube feeding. Topics include: The Importance of the Sensory Aspects of Feeding; Postural Aspects of Feeding; Normal Oral-Motor Development; The Influence of Respiration on Feeding and Speech; Musculature of the Face and Tongue: Facilitation Techniques for Improving Oral-Motor Control; Facilitation of Chewing; Drooling Management; Assessment and Treatment Guidelines; Adaptation of the Treatment Process to Various Syndromes; Treatment Examples.
Additional Physical Form available Note: Previously released as DVD.
Reproduction Note: Electronic reproduction. Alexandria, VA : Alexander Street Press, 2012. (Rehabilitation therapy in video). Available via World Wide Web.
Language Note: This edition in English.

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