Salivation and Saliva Control by Justine Joan Sheppard, Ph.D.
Learning From Experience: Sensory and Emotional Responses to Non-Oral Feeding by Nan Street, PT & Lynn S. Wolf, MOT, OTR
Case by Case… Intensive Feeding Therapy for Tube Weaning and Oral Motor Skill Development By Carol Elliott, OTP/L, Betsy Clawson, Ph.D., LCP, Lisa Fletcher, M.Ed., SLP/CCC
Recommendations: Nutrition Focus for Children with Special Health Care Needs Newsletter
Question & Answer: Is crumbling crackers into purees an effective way to work on chewing? Answered by Cathy Fox MS OTR/L
The Role of Behavioral Psychology on the Feeding Team: Enhancing Compliance and Skill Development By Betsy Clawson, Ph.D., LCP and Donna Purcell, Psy.D., LCP , Children’s Hospital, Pediatric Feeding Program, Richmond, Virginia, Research
Determining Barriers to Oral Eating, Polly Tarbell, M Ed. SLP/CCC, Encouragement Feeding Program, Kluge Children’s Rehabilitation Center University of Virginia
Q & A What makes Enfamil LIPIL different from Enfamil? By Nancy Gray, MS, RD, LDN Nutritionist
Case by Case…Feeding is hard even when you know what you are doing. If You’re Not the Lead Dog, the View Never Changes. by William J. Roche MS CCC Clinical Director, The Regional Center and The Center for Pediatric Feeding and Swallowing. The Children’s Hospital at St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center
Recommendations: Pager and Pediatric GERD tutorial, Research
It Doesn’t Take a Rocket Scientist, Kim Uhrich MSW
Bottles and Nipples for Feeding the Child with Cleft Lip and/or Palate
Feeding Problems Among Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders, Part I, Descriptions and Demographics, Keith Williams Ph.D.
Constipation: the Scoop on Poop
Q & A: Nipples in the NICU
Case by Case: Determining appropriate referrals, Kyra Hill MS Research
Feeding Problems Among Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders, Part II, Interventions for Selective Eaters, Keith Williams Ph.D.
The History of Baby Feeding
Case by Case: To go or not to go, Jennifer Minelli MS SLP
Spotlight on Intensive Feeding Program: The University of Maryland Hospital for Children, Research