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Neonatal Reflexes Related to Feeding

This handout is designed for therapists working with the neo-natal population to address early intervention feeding. The one-page handout describes these ten reflexes as they relate to feeding and swallowing:

  • Rooting reflex
  • Suckling reflex
  • Tongue extrusion reflex
  • Swallow reflex
  • Phasic bite reflex
  • Transverse tongue reflex
  • Gag reflex
  • Palomental reflex
  • Babkin reflex
  • Grasp reflex

Tech specs: Digital download. 1 page. 8.5 x 11 inches. PDF format. 5.2 MB.

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