|Feb 20, 2009|
Food Chaining: Solve Feeding Problems and Expand Your Child's DietHi there:
I don't post regularily, but when I happen across something that could possibly help other families, I try to jump on here (the forum) and post it. Here's some information below about a free teleconference on Food Chaining. (it's tomorrow)
I don't know whether I'll be able to join the call, too, because that's lunchtime/naptime at our house.
But I'm hoping to hear part of her presentation.
Take care all,
Do you know parents who have trouble getting out to a support group?
Do you know someone who would like to talk with others who understand?
Join us on the phone--call in to our
Preemies Today Parents Teleconference
"Food Chaining: The Proven 6 Step Solution to Stop Picky Eating, Solve Feeding Problems and Expand Your Child's Diet."
Do you know children with a history of any of the following?
· a history of prematurity
· feeding aversion
· oral motor problems
· poor weight gain
· failure to thrive
· food allergy
· eosinophilic esophagitis
· digestive tract disorders or
· sensory/behavioral/motor-based feeding disorders
Join Cathy Rodrigues and guest Cheri Fraker, CCC/SLP pediatric speech pathologist and oral feeding specialist
to discuss her successful technique to help picky eaters!
After a brief presentation, you will have a chance to ask Cheri questions.
Saturday, February 21, 2009
1:00 ET/12:00 CT/10:00 PT
RSVP: Email Cathy@CathyRodrigues.com for call-in information
Sponsored by Preemies Today--no charge for the teleconference-long distance charges apply
Cheri Fraker, CCC/SLP, a pediatric speech pathologist and oral feeding specialist. She is employed at Koke Mill Medical Center in Springfield, Illinois, where she sees infants and children at The Center for Selective Eating and Pediatric Feeding Disorders. Fraker is the author of Evaluation and Treatment of Pediatric Feeding Disorders from NICU to Childhood (Speech Dynamics Inc) and Food Chaining: The Proven 6-Step Plan to Stop Picky Eating, Solve Feeding Problems and Expand Your Child’s Diet (Da Capo Press).
Fraker has published and presented on feeding disorders internationally.
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