Apr 07 2022


6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Using Parent-Reported Assessment Tools for the Care of Infants and Children with Feeding Difficulties

If you are already familiar with the Feeding Flock tools, you know how important and challenging it can be to get an accurate picture of what mealtimes look like for families! This presentation will cover the benefits of using parent-reported assessment tools in the care of infants and children with feeding difficulties, present information on several assessment tools available for use with infants and children, and describe several case studies using the assessment tools. 


Please note this event is taking place at 6:30 pm Central Standard Time, and will be held virtually via Zoom. To find out what time this is in your country, look here. Registration will close at 5:00 pm Central Standard Time on Wednesday April 6, at 5:00 pm CST. The meeting link will be sent to registrants via email that evening after registration closes.

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This course has been submitted for credit with the Illinois Early Intervention Program. Please check with your local professional organization to determine additional professional education credit. Those who have paid for a professional ticket and are in attendance for the duration of the full event will receive a certificate of attendance for credit. Those who registered for a student ticket will also receive a certificate, however these will not be eligible for CEUs.


Britt Pados is a Neonatal Nurse Practitioner, Certified Lactation Counselor, and Certified Trauma-Informed Professional. She is a clinician, with a background of caring for medically complex infants in the neonatal ICU, and currently owns her own private practice providing breastfeeding and bottle-feeding support to infants and families in the community. She is a researcher and has published over 50 articles related to feeding in infants and young children. She is also a mom of three, including a set of twins who were born preterm and a full-term baby who refused all bottles.



This event is kindly sponsored by Functional Formularies.