Poster shared by Sally Asquith with permission.
Sally also shared this 2016 poster and I wanted to share. Thank you Sally and Amanda, great work!
1. Blend systematic desensitization with visual supports, open choices, objective comments, and careful use of attentional focus…
2. Offer peer encounters of all ages, largely incidental, sometimes legislated…
3. Present meals/snacks as a social, community event on a chronic, predictable basis…. IN ORDER TO…
4. Improve ~~
- – acceptance of food as a non-threatening object
- – volume and variety of intake
- – bolus direction
- – “power” in orofacial musculature
- – requisite oral-motor skills for age-appropriate textures
- – drinking skills
Sally Asquith, MS, CCC-SLP, Bilingual Pediatric Speech-Language Pathologist/Feeding Specialist
SLP At-Large, Executive Board, International Assn. for Pediatric Feeding and Swallowing (iapfs.org)
Executive Director, Carolina Speech & Language Center, Inc.
221 Stallsville Loop, Summerville, SC 29485
P 843.832.1795, F 843.832.9499
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