Picky Eating: Help to Avoid the Struggle
A webinar for professionals by Peggy Crum, MA, RDN
Picky eating comes up time and again as a stubborn childhood feeding problem. Parents are trying their best to get their children to eat. They know how important it is. Pressure builds as parents hear practical advice about what to do to get their kids to eat. What parents (and other caregivers) as well as their children need is less pressure, not more. The problem of pickiness is an issue appropriately addressed in primary care practice. But what are the key pieces of information you need to ask? Once you identify the causal and contributing factors, then what? You will learn a time-tested method to help parents manage feeding their children to keep pickiness from becoming a lifelong hang-up. Upon successful completion of the exam, you will receive 1.5 Level I CEUs from the Commission on Dietetic Registration.
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Upon successful completion of this 1 1/2 -hour course, the participant will be able to:
- Identify and define terms related to picky eating.
- List at least 5 ways parents put pressure on their children to eat.
- Explain the interrelationship between developmental stage and feeding dynamics.
- Describe a time-tested way of teaching the Satter division of responsibility in feeding (sDOR) that parents will relate to and remember when they need it most.
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