BITES® | The Behavioral InTEgrated with Speech Approach - PART 3 - February 26, 2020 12pm - 2pm ET
by Dr. Laura Seiverling, Psychologist and BCBA-D, and Elise Jusko, CCC-SLP
Earn up to 2 BACB Type 2 CE credits! Continuing Education credits for Psychologists are also available. Suited for BCBAs, BCaBAs, Psychologists, SLPs, and more!
Ask the Experts! In this interactive webinar, Laura Seiverling, PhD, BCBA-D, and Elise Jusko, CCC-SLP, co-founders of BITES®: A Behavioral InTEgrated with Speech Approach to Feeding Therapy, will return to discuss specific factors to consider when treating a range of pediatric feeding problems and to answer clinical questions submitted prior to the event as well as during the event.This LIVE webinar will be held on Feb. 26th.
You can attend either one or two of the webinars, OR, attend ALL THREE webinars! EARN UP TO 8 BACB CE CREDITS!
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Ask the Experts! In this interactive webinar, Laura Seiverling, PhD, BCBA-D, and Elise Jusko, CCC-SLP, co-founders of BITES®: A Behavioral InTEgrated with Speech Approach to Feeding Therapy, will return to discuss specific factors to consider when treating a range of pediatric feeding problems and to answer clinical questions submitted prior to the event as well as during the event. Time will be devoted to discuss clinical issues that can arise when treating the following feeding problems: food selectivity, packing, chewing, liquid avoidance, choking phobias, rapid eating, dysphagia, tongue thrusts, self-feeding, and tube weaning. The speakers will again focus on interdisciplinary collaboration and how clinicians can work together to address both skill deficits and inappropriate mealtime behavior in assessment and development of feeding treatment protocols.
1. Attendees will learn how to consider variables such as pre-treatment diet, severity of mealtime problem behavior, oral motor skills, and child medical status when designing feeding interventions.
2. Attendees will consider ways to generalize and maintain treatment gains during and following a feeding intervention.
3. Attendees will learn how to navigate barriers to treatment and to modify feeding protocols to make feeding interventions more successful.
4. Attendees will learn how to weigh the advantages and disadvantages of using escape extinction as part of a feeding protocol.
5. Attendees will learn various ways to fade out structured feeding protocols over time.
Goday, P. S., Huh, S. Y., Silverman, A., Lukens, C. T., Dodrill, P., Cohen, S. S., . . .Phalen, J. A. (2019). Pediatric feeding disorder: Consensus definition and conceptual framework. Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition, 68, 124-129.
Seiverling, L. J., Harclerode, W., & Williams, K. (2014). The effects of a modified treatment package with and without feeder modeling on one child’s acceptance of novel foods. Education and Treatment of Children, 37, 477-493.
Weber, J., & Gutierrez, A. (2015). A treatment package without escape extinction to address food selectivity. Journal of Visualized Experiments
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