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Just Take a Bite Easy, Effective Answers to Food Aversions and Eating Challenges!

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ISBN-10: 1932565124

ISBN-13: 9781932565126

Edition: N/A

Authors: Lori Ernsperger, Tania Stegen-Hanson, Temple Grandin

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List price: $24.95
Publisher: Future Horizons, Incorporated
Publication date: 1/1/2004
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 236
Size: 8.25" wide x 10.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.430
Language: English

Allen Say, 1937 - Allen Say was born in 1937 in Yokohama, Japan and grew up during the war, attending seven different primary schools amidst the ravages of falling bombs. His parents divorced in the wake of the end of the war and he moved in with his maternal grandmother, with whom he did not get along with. She eventually let him move into a one room apartment, and Say began to make his dream of being a cartoonist a reality. He was twelve years old. Say sought out his favorite cartoonist, Noro Shinpei, and begged him to take him on as an apprentice. He spent four years with Shinpei, but at the age of 16 moved to the United States with his father. Say was sent to a military school in…    

Stegen-Hanson has over 10 years experience in therapy, consultation and in-service training to school systems and private practices in South Africa and the USA. She is the owner of Achievement Therapy Center, a pediatric O.T. practice in Las Vegas, Nevada. She specializes in sensory integration therapy, oral-motor therapy, neuro-developmental therapy and feeding disorders.

Temple Grandin was born August 29, 1947 in Boston, Massachusetts. She is a bestselling author, doctor and professor of Animal Science at Colorado State University, and leader of both the animal welfare and autism advocacy movements. Grandin was diagnosed with autism in 1950. She was immediately placed in a structured nursery, had speech therapy, and had a nanny spend hours playing turn-based games with her. At the age of four, she began talking and her progress continued. In 1970, Grandin received her bachelor's degree in psychology from Franklin Pierce College in Rindge, New Hampshire. She received her master's degree in animal science from Arizona State University in 1975, and in 1989,…    

Foreword
Acknowledgements
Introduction
Who Are Resistant eaters?
Identifying a Resistant Eater
Common Characteristic of a Resistant Eater
Food Neophobia Scale
Other Assessment Tools
Oral-Motor Development
In Utero
Newborns: 0-3 Months
4-6 Months
7-9 Months
10-12 Month-Old
13-15 Month-Old
16-18 Month-Old
19-24 Month-Old
25-26 Month-Old
Food Texture and Eating Skills
Environmental and Behavioral Factors Contributing to Problems with Eating
Food Neophobia
Environmental Factors and Eating
Cultural Roadblocks
Resistant Eaters and Developmental Disabilities
Sensory-Based and Motor-Based Problems Affecting the Resistant Eater
Sensory Integration Dysfunction
Proprioceptive Sensory Information
Vestibular Sensory Information
Tactile Sensory Information
Gustatory Sensory Information (Taste)
Olfactory Sensory Information (Smell)
Visual Sensory Information
Auditory Sensory Information (Hearing)
Modulation
How to Use and Organize the Information We Have About the Resistant Eater
Motor-Based Eating Problems vs. Sensory-Based Eating Problems
Reflux and Other Gastrointestinal Problems
Abnormal Sucking Pattern
Nasal Reflux
Aspiration
Gagging
Drooling
Tooth Grinding
Limited Upper-Lip Movement
Immature Spoon Feeding Skills
Immature Cup-Drinking Skills
Immature biting and Chewing Skills
Designing and Implementing a Comprehensive Treatment Plan
Guidelines for Writing a Treatment Plan
Part 1: Environmental Controls
Snack and Mealtime Schedules
Guidelines for Creating the Meal/Snack Schedules
The Mealtime Setting
Guidelines for Selecting a Setting
Create a Supportive and Nurturing Environment
Guidelines for Creating a Supportive Mealtime Environment
Portion Size and Food Selection
Guidelines for Implementing Appropriate Portion Sizes
Food Selection
Guidelines for Food Selection
Food Jags
Guidelines for Addressing Food Jags
Appropriate Behavior During the Mealtime
Guidelines for Implementing Appropriate Mealtime Behaviors
Part 2: Gastrointestinal, Physical and Oral-Motor Development
Gastrointestinal Comfort
Physical Development
The Upper Body
The Lower Body
Postural Control Activities
Goals for Postural Control
Physical Development Lessons 1-5
Oral-Motor Activities
Goals for Oral-Motor Programs
Oral-Motor Lessons 1-8
Part 3: Stages of Sensory Development for Eating
Guidelines for Implementing the Stages for Sensory Development
Acceptance
Guidelines for Implementing Stage One-Acceptance
Stage One-Acceptance Lessons 1-8
Touch
Guidelines for Implementing Stage Two-Touch
Stage Two-Touch Lessons 1-6
Smell
Guidelines for Implementing Stage Three-Smell
Stage Three-Smell Lessons 1-5
Taste
Guidelines for Implementing Stage Four-Taste
Stage Four-Taste Lessons 1-7
Eating New Foods
A Recipe for Success
Cultural Factors
Medical Issues
Older Children
Gluten, Casein and Other Allergy-Related Diets
Appendix
Cue Card Applications
References