Trust Children’s Capabilities with Eating
A webinar for professionals by Ellyn Satter, MS, MSSW
Extensive research shows that in the context of the Satter Division of Responsibility in Feeding (sDOR), children know what to eat, how much to eat, and how to grow. Children also defend their bodily homeostasis against efforts to get them to grow more rapidly or more slowly that is natural for them. Being familiar with this extensive, fascinating, and decades-long research supports your commitment to the Satter Feeding Dynamics Model and gives you the evidence you need to back up your sDOR-based education and practice. Knowing this research is all about being solidly grounded, professional, and having the courage of your convictions. Unfortunately, it isn’t about convincing others. Even this strong child-capability-based evidence won’t convert those who buy into the mindset that children have to be managed to get them to eat certain amounts and types of food and grow in certain ways. Learn about the research and bring your questions about practicing strategically in a food-crazy world. Upon successful completion of the exam, you will receive 1.5 Level III CEUs from the Commission on Dietetic Registration.
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As the result of taking this webinar, the participant will be able to:
- Summarize key research evidence supporting trust in children’s competence with respect to food acceptance.
- Explain key research evidence supporting trust in children’s competence with respect to food regulation.
- Indicate key research evidence supporting trust in children’s competence with respect to growth.
- Identify key research evidence showing how children defend their bodily homeostasis against attempts to get them to eat more or less, grow less or more rapidly.
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