Food for Thought by Lori Overland MSSLP/CCC
Laparoscopic Nissen Fundoplication in Children: Is this a better procedure? By Lynne D. Farber RN, MSN, CPNP
Question and Answer: Our questions are answered by Paul Hyman, MD Medical director of Pediatric Gastroenterology, University of Kansas Medical Center.
Resource Center: www.livingwithout.com
Case by Case by Cecilia J. Manno, MS, CCC/SLP, Research
Fun With Food -Program to address food aversions and eating challenges by Tania Stegen-Hanson, OTR/L
Question & Answer: Fessler DM, Abrams ET. Infant mouthing behavior: the immunocalibration hypothesis. Med Hypotheses. 2004;63(6):925-32.
We asked a variety of Feeding Experts to give us advice, a favorite tool, recommendation or a few words of wisdom…..
The Ketogenic Diet-A “Magic” Diet? By Sharon Wallace, RD
Case by Case: Constipation = poor intake by Krisi Brackett MS Research
Specific Oral Motor Problems in Children with
Austism Spectrum Disorders Cecilia J. Manno, MS, CCC/SLP
The Relationship Between Early Feeding and Communication by Cara S McComish, MA, CCC-SLP
Question and Answer: I asked Dr. Paul Hyman, Pediatric
Gastrointestinalmotility specialist to explain the use of manometry and pain medicine in feeding intervention
PART 1: Interview with Mary E. Schiavoni By: Mary E. Schiavoni, MS, CCC-SLP, Feeding Consultant Speech-Language Pathologist, Pediatric Neurodevelopmental Therapist
Case by Case:This is what a typical Picky Eating Adult might tell you if they described their eating disorder to you. Excerpt from the website: pickyeatingadults.com
The Pediatric Adolescent Gastroesophageal Reflux Association (PAGER Association) www.reflux.org. , Research
We asked therapists from around the country, What does “oral aversion” mean to you as a feeding therapist? Read on…….
What is a “Swallowologist”? By Cathy Fox MS OT/L
PART II: Interview with Mary E. Schiavoni By: Mary E. Schiavoni, MS, CCC-SLP, Feeding Consultant
Case by Case: Food Refusal without a diagnosis
Pediatric GERD: A Problem-Based Approach to Understanding Treatment Research