First Bite #106 – June 23, 2020
Feeding Therapy in an ABA Center with Dani from ‘The Messy SLP’
(.1 ASHA and AOTA CEUs) For more info, click here.
In this episode, Michelle is joined by Dani Newcombe, MS CCC-SLP, the delightfully candid Pediatric Feeding SLP blogger behind The Messy SLP, where she shares bits and pieces of what it’s like to be a “messy perfectionist”. Dani, who currently works as an SLP in an autism therapy center in South Bend, Indiana, has traveled the country in the pursuit of her passion…delivering EBP Feeding Services to those in need! Today she shares how we can work collaboratively with our ABA Colleagues in the somewhat contentious area of “Feeding”. Yes, you read that right, how to work collaboratively with ABA Colleagues in the world of Pediatric Feeding Disorders…and trust Dani and Michelle…it is possible! Enjoy the hour filled with real-life trials and tribulations, lessons learned from past failures, and how to set your tiny human up for Feeding Success!
By the end of this PodCourse, participants will be able to identify and describe:
- What feeding therapy looks like in the ABA setting.
- Collaboration strategies with OT and ABA for feeding therapy in an ABA setting.
- Pros and cons for feeding therapy in an ABA setting.