This seminal book is considered “the bible” of pediatric feeding education. It includes fundamental information about normal development in feeding as well as limiting factors that influence feeding. It thoroughly explores assessment and treatment principles. In 12 new chapters, topics discussed include mealtime roles and influences, supportive diagnostic testing, gastrointestinal and sensory influences on feeding, autism, and oral motor skills limitations.
Sections have been updated to include new art and current research
Includes mealtime participation activities and mealtime resources
Spanish translations of parent questionnaires are available