Entire video (1:53:27)
- Introduction to pediatric feeding disorders (3:15)
- Assessment process
- Medical considerations (25:31)
- Parent-child interaction observations (31:00)
- Data and goals (35:42)
- Essential utensils (42:28)
- Modified functional analysis (46:25)
- Antecedent assessment (54:02)
- Intervention (58:02)
- Escape treatment (1:03:18)
- Case example (1:06:56)
- Blending (1:11:27)
- Recommendations for community practitioners (1:20:40)
- Course of treatment (1:23:11)
- Parent and caregiver training (1:29:00)
- Clinical Demonstrations (1:35:35)
¡Hola amigos de ACE! Durante los últimos meses, hemos estado trabajando duro para añadir los subtítulos en español a nuestros videos de capacitación. Anteriormente, habíamos subido dos videos con los subtítulos (uno en inglés y otro en español). Sin embargo, ¡ahora hemos incorporado estos subtítulos para que aparezcan en un solo video en YouTube! Haga clic en cualquier de nuestros videos y tendrás acceso a los subtítulos en inglés y en español en la interfaz de YouTube. ¡Esperamos que les gusten los videos!
Dr. Cathleen Piazza
Munroe-Meyer Institute & University of Nebraska Medical Center
Dr. Piazza received her doctorate from Tulane University in New Orleans, LA. She completed a pre-doctoral internship and post-doctoral fellowship at the Kennedy Institute (KKI) and Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine (JHUSM) in Baltimore, MD. Dr. Piazza was a faculty member at JHUSM and KKI where she was the Chief Psychologist of the Neurobehavioral Unit, the director of Training, and the director of the Pediatric Feeding Disorders Program. In 1999, she became director of the Pediatric Feeding Disorders Program and the Training Program at the Marcus Institute in Atlanta. Currently, Dr. Piazza is a Professor in Pediatrics at University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC) and the director of the Pediatric Feeding Disorders Program at Munroe-Meyer Institute (MMI). She also has joined the professional teams in the small bowel/liver transplant and intestinal rehabilitation programs. She is a former Associate Editor, former Book Editor, and former Editor of the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis.
Dr. Piazza’s research interests include assessment and treatment of pediatric feeding disorders, evaluation of the interaction between physiological and behavioral causes of feeding problems, and examination of recovery of gut function in pediatric intestinal failure and its interaction with oral feeding. She has published several articles in the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis and Behavior Modification, as well as written several book chapters. She has won the award: Woman of Distinction, Crohn’s and Colitis Association (2002) and was the Health Care Hero Finalist, Atlanta Business Chronicle (2001).