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PFDM 6004 Treatment Approaches in Pediatric Feeding Disorders (Semester 3)

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Lindsay Murray-Keane M.S., CCC-SLP, IBCLC, CNT Emily Stoddard M.S., CCC-SLP Hannah Tahhan-Jackson M.S., CCC-SLP, BCS-S, IBCLC, CNT

Credits: 3

Course Description:

Treatment Approaches in Pediatric Feeding Disorders This course provides a thorough review of the principles of creating a plan of care based on the assessments achieved, build on the clinical writing skills to capture the clinical writing in the treatment sessions. Throughout the course there is a review of the evidenced based practices for the provision of treatment for feeding and swallowing disorders in various settings. Specific treatment approaches and of current continuing education opportunities with need for certification or varied levels of training for specific treatment areas are reviewed. Clinical cases are utilized to explore treatment scenarios and engage in discussion of treatment planning options and common issues SLPs experience in their practice.

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