Feeding And Swallowing CEU Courses for OTs

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Anxious Eaters and Anxious Mealtimes
Presented by Marsha Dunn Klein, OTR/L, MEd, FAOTA
Course: #4452Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This practical webinar will identify who are anxious eaters and outline sensitive and systematic ways to support these worried eaters and their families in mealtime peace and expanding diets. The approach is based on the responsive feeding principles of the Get Permission Approach that begins with child success and tiptoes towards change with small positive and compassionate steps.

Collaboration of OT and RD in the Treatment of Infants and Toddlers in the Pediatric Clinical Setting
Presented by Molly Rejent, MOT, OTR/L, Kathryn Riner, MS, RD, LD
Course: #4103Level: Intermediate1 Hour
Professional relationships are essential in the pediatric clinical setting for successful patient outcomes. Occupational therapists and registered dietitians can together identify feeding and nutrition problems, determine a treatment plan and educate caregivers.

Crumbs as a Tool in Pediatric Feeding Transitions
Presented by Marsha Dunn Klein, OTR/L, MEd, FAOTA
Course: #3991Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This practical course will describe the use of crumbs as a bridge to sensory and motor transitions in feeding therapy to support the clinician and family. The goal with crumbs is child success and comfort, worry reduction, and parent success.

Tools to Promote Healthy Eating Patterns in OT Clients
Presented by Yanet Bravo, BS, OTS, Gina Ord, MS, OTR/L
Course: #3950Level: Introductory1 Hour
This course will focus on how nutrition is addressed in the OT Practice Framework and how to apply evidence-based nutrition resources to your OT practice. Examples will be provided on how to utilize the Dynamic HEALTH Model to address nutrition goals in an adult setting.

20Q: Adaptive Equipment Pioneer
Presented by Fred Sammons, PhD (HON), OT, FAOTA
Course: #3821Level: Introductory1 Hour
In our 20Q, we are talking to Fred Sammons, one of the early pioneers in occupational therapy. He has been an occupational therapist for over 60 years. During that time, he has been an innovator in designing, manufacturing, and distributing adaptive equipment for people with disabilities while collaborating with occupational therapists and clients to identify needs and to generate product ideas. This course is part of an exciting new series on OccupationalTherapy.com designed as a salute to the OT pioneers with contributing editor Dr. Franklin Stein. It is presented in an engaging Q & A format and highlights the OT pioneer's journey into occupational therapy and research accomplishments.

Prematurity: Diagnosis and Related Conditions
Presented by Rhonda Mattingly, EdD, CCC-SLP
Course: #3642Level: Introductory1 Hour
This course provides an introduction to prematurity and co-occurring problems and diagnoses. The outcomes associated with early experiences, short-term complications, and long-term complications are discussed in relation to feeding and development.

Typical Feeding Development: An Overview
Presented by Rhonda Mattingly, EdD, CCC-SLP
Course: #3641Level: Introductory1 Hour
This course provides an introduction to multiple factors associated with feeding development and includes a review of typical milestones. A summary of conditions that can disrupt the normal process are introduced.

Parental Concerns and Pediatric Feeding Disorders: Looking at the Sensory Side of Things
Presented by Jennifer Dahms, M.S., CCC-SLP, BCS-S
Course: #3547Level: Introductory1 Hour
Parents often seek out feeding therapy services for their child due to sensory-based feeding difficulties. It is important to be cognizant of the nature behind these sensory-based issues and be able to address them in therapy.

Pediatric Feeding Disorders Overview
Presented by Rachel DeCarie, MOT, OTR/L, Stacy Layer, MA, BCBA
Course: #3523Level: Introductory1 Hour
The purpose of this course is to provide an overview of pediatric feeding disorders and how behavior analysts and occupational therapists can have similar goals in the treatment of the disorder. Potential therapeutic goals and strategies will be discussed.

Providing Feeding Therapy at Home for the Medically Fragile Child
Presented by Leandre Gerwin, MA, CCC-SLP, Kirsten Keppner, MS, CCC-SLP, Katie Mikkilineni, MS, CCC-SLP
Course: #9049Level: Introductory1.5 Hour
This course will review a successful home care oral motor feeding program. Current trends in self-management and coordination of care will be discussed as they apply to the benefits of feeding therapy in the home.

This course is presented in cooperation with Cincinnati Children's.