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Feeding Children with Autism Using the Satter Model

A webinar for professionals by Michelle Segovias, MOT, OTR/L, CLC and ESI Associate 


Do you work with children on the autism spectrum and their families? Are you often asked about how to help these children eat a wider variety of food and enjoy family meals?


Registration Fee:  $25.00


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Purchase of this webinar will give you access to the recording, test and handouts via email once your order is processed. 


1.5 pre-approved Level CEUs from the Commission of Dietetic Registration (CDR) upon successful completion of the test.

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$25.00

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Do you work with children on the autism spectrum and their families? Are you often asked about how to help these children eat a wider variety of food and enjoy family meals? Are you often wondering what approach might work best for children with autism? Have you tried specific therapies only to find that children are not able to generalize treatment to their home settings or that families are not able to carry over the treatment? Feeding Children with Autism using the Satter Model addresses best practices around feeding children and helps provide clarity and guidance to feeding children with autism. We will explore how to best support families to implement the Satter division of responsibility model with their children with autism. 

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Customer Reviews (7)

Satter Models!Review by Meridith G.
If all health practitioners that educate on feeding would learn and implement the Satter Model, it would improve so many lives. (Posted on 9/30/2019)
Excellent!Review by Annamarie T.
Excellent webinar for professionals - highly recommended. (Posted on 9/30/2019)
sDORReview by Gail S.
Following the Ellyn Satter doctrine from an early age has best outcomes. (Posted on 9/30/2019)
Effective!Review by Janet F.
Even in very challenging eating problems, division of responsibility can still work more effectively than anything else. (Posted on 9/30/2019)
Best PracticeReview by Korrin F.
sDOR is appropriate and best practice for children with autism. (Posted on 9/30/2019)
sDORReview by Alyssa T.
sDOR can and should be implemented for children with ASD as a way to support their development in relation to food. (Posted on 9/30/2019)
Informative!Review by Jessica M.
Informative webinar with case studies to help us incorporate concepts into practie. (Posted on 9/30/2019)

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