Limited access to the recordings of the BITES July and August 2020 webinars can be purchased here. You will receive access to the recording following the live webinars. These terms are subject to change at any time. By purchasing limited access to a recording, you agree not to save or duplicate the recording. To do so would be a violation of copyright and infringement on BITES intellectual property (and a violation of the BACB's Professional & Ethical Compliance Code for Behavior Analysts). Recordings are for individual use only. Purchase 1 subscription per person.
Each video will be available for purchase for a limited period after the webinar airs.
You can purchase BITES Part 1, BITES Part 2, or both! You can purchase before the webinars air, or you can wait until after they air, but don't wait too long! Availability is limited!
NOTE: No CE credit will be awarded for the recorded version of the workshop
THE RECORDING WILL BE ACCESSIBLE VIA OUR ONLINE LEARNING PLATFORM.
July 30th | Part 1 Description:
This 3-hour CE workshop will teach participants how to describe typical feeding development, identify the role of various disciplines involved in multidisciplinary feeding evaluations, identify common medical and environmental factors that may lead to a feeding problem, and learn the role of both SLPs and BCBAs in assessment and treatment of pediatric feeding disorders. In addition, the presenters will provide an overview of typical feeding development. Recording will not be available after September 8th, 2020.
THE RECORDINGS ARE ACCESSIBLE VIA OUR ONLINE LEARNING PLATFORM.
CONTACT BDS AFTER PURCHASE TO REQUEST LICENSE ACTIVATION.
RECORDINGS ARE FOR INDIVIDUAL USE ONLY.
August 6th | Part 2 Description:
This 3-hour CE workshop will teach participants how SLPs and BCBAs can work together to assess and treat both oral motor skill deficits and inappropriate mealtime behavior across a range of pediatric feeding disorders. Interventions for the following problems will be described: food selectivity, packing, chewing, liquid avoidance, choking phobias, rapid eating, dysphagia, tongue thrusts, self-feeding, and tube weaning. Case studies for each feeding problem will be provided along with specific examples of how SLPs and BCBAs can collaborate to develop individualized interventions to address both skill deficits and inappropriate mealtime behavior exhibited by those with feeding problems. Recording will not be available after September 8th, 2020.
No CE credit will be awarded for the recorded version of the workshop