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A nutritionist should be consulted:
A sign of reduced velopharyngeal closure during feeding might be:
Adequate postural stability for feeding exists:
Children who have allergies always have the same reaction.
Children who will not eat solid foods generally have behavioral problems.
Children with high muscle tone tend to prefer crunchy textures.
Children with low muscle tone have a tendency to prefer high taste foods.
Feeding and intelligible speech productions are, in part, based upon:
Feeding therapy should be part of a three part oral motor program.
Goals of a therapeutic feeding program include:
If a client has reduced sensitivity in the oral cavity he/she will most likely:
In order to encourage lip closure for spoon feeding you should:
Looking at pictures of a child every six months from birth allows you to assess:
Many behavioral feeding programs fail to address sensory motor issues.
Most people have similar reactions to sensory input.
Placement of food in the mouth impacts the skills you use to handle the bolus.
Positioning to attain postural stability is the first step on the feeding hierarchy.
The first level of the chewing hierarchy focuses on developing:
The first part of the oral musculature to dissociate is:
The following factors may influence feeding:
The following is not an adaptive reflex:
The following pre-feeding techniques may be used to prepare the oral musculature for straw drinking:
The oral phase of feeding includes:
The suck-swallow-breathe synchrony impacts:
When planning a sensory diet you should usually change texture first.