WEBINAR | Practical Problem Solving for Infant Feeding: Know the Cues! [August 2, 2024][12:00PM – 2:00PM Eastern US/UTC-4]

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Vanessa Anderson-Smith, MA, CCC-SLP, COM®

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Examine typical infant hunger cues and take action on breastfeeding and bottlings! Vanessa Anderson-Smith will discuss the mechanics of breastfeeding and bottle feeding as well as how and when to intervene. Participants will leave the course being able to identify 5 hunger cues, understand the mechanics or breast and bottle feeding, and describe more than 5 different therapeutic techniques for infant feeding difficulties.

The participants will be able to:

  1. Identify 5 different hunger cues
  2. Formulate an understanding of the mechanics of breast and bottle feeding
  3. Describe at least 5 different therapeutic techniques for infant feeding difficulty.
  • 15 minutes Overview
  • 15 minutes Cues of infant hunger
  • 30 minutes Breastfeeding and bottling mechanics
  • 30 minutes Assessment and intervention strategies
  • 15 minutes Case Study
  • 15 minutes Q&A

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