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Synopsis: Pediatric Feeding Disorders is a practical tool designed especially for professionals, specialists, and assistants who work directly with infants and young children who have feeding and swallowing disorders. The material is appropriate for physicians, speech-language pathologists, occupational and physical therapists, nurses, dieticians, and early-intervention specialists working with the birth to early childhood population. The information in this manual can be used to create educational handouts to facilitate family and caregiver involvement.

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Title: Pediatric Feeding Disorders: Evaluation and ...
Publisher: Therapro, Inc.
Book Condition: New

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Alexander, Rona; Fox, Cathy; Clawson, Elizabeth Page; Palmer, Marjorie Meyer; Carol Elliott, OTR/L; Ross, Erin Sundseth; Hewat, Eileen McMahon; Hurley, Donna S.; Thompson, Nancy M.; Manno, Cecilia J.
Published by Therapro, Inc.
ISBN 10: 1933940190 ISBN 13: 9781933940199
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