This course discusses the developmental characteristics of children with visual impairments, including specifically potential feeding challenges and how these children develop trust in the feeding relationship. Strategies are presented for breast and bottle feeding and transition to solids and utensils, in order to support parent success.
Course created on February 12, 2021
- After this course, participants will be able to list reasons why children with visual impairments may have challenges with feeding.
- After this course, participants will be able to describe trust- and responsive-based strategies for feeding infants with visual impairments.
- After this course, participants will be able to describe methods of introducing new foods and utensils to children with visual impairments.
|0-5 Minutes||Introduction to visual impairments|
|5-15 Minutes||Developmental characteristics of infants who have visual impairments|
|15-20 Minutes||Principles in support of developing trust and relationship-based feeding|
|20-45 Minutes||Strategies in support of breastfeeding, bottle feeding, and introductions of solids to infants and then toddlers|
|45-50 Minutes||Strategies for teaching self-feeding in toddlers|
|50-60 Minutes||Summary; Q and A|
Marsha Dunn Klein
OTR/L, MEd, FAOTA
Marsha Dunn Klein OTR/L, MEd, FAOTA is a pediatric occupational therapist who has spent a career specializing in pediatric feeding challenges. She received her bachelor's degree in occupational therapy from Sargent College of Boston University in 1971. She received a master’s degree in education with an emphasis on special education in 1975 from the University of Arizona. Marsha has co-authored Pre-Feeding Skills editions one and two and Mealtime Participation Guide, Homemade Blended Formula Handbook with Suzanne Evans Morris and Feeding and Nutrition for the Child with Special Needs with Tracy Delaney. She lives in Tucson, Arizona and travels to present locally, nationally and internationally on pediatric feeding issues.
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