Through interactive case studies, this brief course will guide your decision-making process of complex pediatric feeding and swallowing cases to BRIDGE the gap between the developmental, neurological, physiological, motor, sensory, and behavioral components.
Learn tools and strategies to guide your clinical decision-making process for assessment and treatment of a child with complex feeding issues. Pediatric dysphagia presents many challenges as multiple developmental and physiological factors impact the ability to eat or drink safely and efficiently. BRIDGE provides a multifaceted, collaborative assessment and treatment approach that provides therapists with the tools to think critically when working through difficult cases.
Learn important considerations and strategies beyond the basics to utilize when providing intervention to infants and children with torticollis. By learning to think critically using a multidisciplinary lens, therapists will be better equipped to provide effective assessment and interventions in the areas of developmental milestones, posture, fine/gross motor development and feeding & swallowing skills.