|Pediatric Feeding Autism Case Study II|
Decreasing Frequency and Volume of Emesis as a Function of High Rate of Mouth Clean Checks in an Autistic Child
Participant was 4 years 8 months at the start of treatment. He was born full term with normal weight. Participant had been diagnosed as being on the Autism Spectrum by his pediatrician. He had had allergy testing, which identified allergies to dairy, soy and gluten. ( View the full article. )
Early Bird Registration and Group Rates Deadline: Monday, July 25 @ 11:59 PM (PST)
|Register for the August 20-21 Intermediate Pediatric Feeding Seminar - A Behavioral Approach |
August 20-21, 2011
Jewish Child & Family Services
Northbrook, IL (Chicago)
Attention Speech and Language Pathologists, Occupational Therapists, Dieticians, Nurses, Behavior Analysts, and other clinicians interested in learning about using behavioral methodology to treat pediatric feeding disorders,
- Increasing food intake to meet the caloric needs as determined by a dietician
- Increasing acceptance of a variety of foods
- Eliminating G-Tube dependency
- Eliminating vomiting/rumination
- Devising effective protocols
- And more - Seminar Agenda
And meet professionals in various fields and specialities who share an interest in learning about using behavioral methodology to treat pediatric feeding disorders.
Tickets are $319 - 389/person (Pricing Details ). Spaces Limited.
1.8 ASHA Continuing Education Units. Illinois Early Intervention Credit.
|Host The Pediatric Feeding Seminar|
Bring The Pediatric Feeding Seminar to You!
If you are interested in a training opportunity for your staff, but are concerned about the expense of flying everyone out to the seminar, why not consider hosting a pediatric feeding seminar at your facilities? This may be the most cost-effective option for you as you will save money on flights, travel time (time is money!), hotels, meals, and we can offer special rates for your team members.
Looking for specialized training? We do that!
Hoping to set up your own pediatric feeding branch? We offer consulting services to help you get started or make your services even better.
Contact the Pediatric Feeding Seminar for more information about hosting:
(650) 752 - 4993