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Birth to 3Feeding and Swallowing
In feeding therapy, the language that we use when discussing participation and intake should promote a focus on quality of feeding rather than quantity of feeds. This handout provides ways that we can utilize language to promote quality-based feeding rather than volume-driven feeding. Anderson, A. (2017). The Not So Hungry Caterpillar: Supporting Families’ Feeding Issues […]
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