9781932565126

Just Take a Bite

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    9781932565126

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    1932565124

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2004-03-31
  • Publisher: Future Horizons Inc

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Summary

Is your child a "picky" eater or a full-fledged resistant eater? Does he or she eat only 3-20 foods, refusing all others? Eat from only one food group? Gag, tantrum, or become anxious if you introduce new foods? If so, you have a resistant eater. Learn the possible causes, when you need professional help, and how to deal with the behavior at home. Learn why "Don't play with your food!" and "Clean your plate!" - along with many other old saws - are just plain wrong. And who said you have to eat dessert last? Get ready to have some stereotypes shattered!

Table of Contents

Foreword vii
Acknowledgements ix
Introduction xi
Who Are Resistant eaters?
1(14)
Identifying a Resistant Eater
2(2)
Common Characteristic of a Resistant Eater
4(6)
Food Neophobia Scale
10(2)
Other Assessment Tools
12(3)
Oral-Motor Development
15(18)
In Utero
19(1)
Newborns: 0-3 Months
19(2)
4-6 Months
21(1)
7-9 Months
22(1)
10-12 Month-Old
23(1)
13-15 Month-Old
24(1)
16-18 Month-Old
25(1)
19-24 Month-Old
26(1)
25-26 Month-Old
27(1)
Food Texture and Eating Skills
28(5)
Environmental and Behavioral Factors Contributing to Problems with Eating
33(22)
Food Neophobia
34(3)
Environmental Factors and Eating
37(2)
Cultural Roadblocks
39(9)
Resistant Eaters and Developmental Disabilities
48(7)
Sensory-Based and Motor-Based Problems Affecting the Resistant Eater
55(28)
Sensory Integration Dysfunction
55(2)
Proprioceptive Sensory Information
57(2)
Vestibular Sensory Information
59(7)
Tactile Sensory Information
66(3)
Gustatory Sensory Information (Taste)
69(2)
Olfactory Sensory Information (Smell)
71(3)
Visual Sensory Information
74(2)
Auditory Sensory Information (Hearing)
76(2)
Modulation
78(3)
How to Use and Organize the Information We Have About the Resistant Eater
81(2)
Motor-Based Eating Problems vs. Sensory-Based Eating Problems
83(18)
Reflux and Other Gastrointestinal Problems
85(4)
Abnormal Sucking Pattern
89(1)
Nasal Reflux
90(1)
Aspiration
90(1)
Gagging
91(1)
Drooling
92(1)
Tooth Grinding
93(1)
Limited Upper-Lip Movement
94(1)
Immature Spoon Feeding Skills
95(1)
Immature Cup-Drinking Skills
96(2)
Immature biting and Chewing Skills
98(3)
Designing and Implementing a Comprehensive Treatment Plan
101(12)
Guidelines for Writing a Treatment Plan
108(5)
Part 1: Environmental Controls
113(22)
Snack and Mealtime Schedules
114(3)
Guidelines for Creating the Meal/Snack Schedules
114(3)
The Mealtime Setting
117(2)
Guidelines for Selecting a Setting
117(2)
Create a Supportive and Nurturing Environment
119(3)
Guidelines for Creating a Supportive Mealtime Environment
119(3)
Portion Size and Food Selection
122(2)
Guidelines for Implementing Appropriate Portion Sizes
122(2)
Food Selection
124(3)
Guidelines for Food Selection
125(2)
Food Jags
127(2)
Guidelines for Addressing Food Jags
128(1)
Appropriate Behavior During the Mealtime
129(6)
Guidelines for Implementing Appropriate Mealtime Behaviors
129(6)
Part 2: Gastrointestinal, Physical and Oral-Motor Development
135(36)
Gastrointestinal Comfort
136(4)
Physical Development
140(15)
The Upper Body
140(3)
The Lower Body
143(1)
Postural Control Activities
144(1)
Goals for Postural Control
145(1)
Physical Development Lessons 1-5
145(10)
Oral-Motor Activities
155(16)
Goals for Oral-Motor Programs
156(1)
Oral-Motor Lessons 1-8
157(14)
Part 3: Stages of Sensory Development for Eating
171(32)
Guidelines for Implementing the Stages for Sensory Development
173(2)
Stage One: Acceptance
175(8)
Guidelines for Implementing Stage One-Acceptance
176(1)
Stage One-Acceptance Lessons 1-8
177(6)
Stage Two: Touch
183(5)
Guidelines for Implementing Stage Two-Touch
184(1)
Stage Two-Touch Lessons 1-6
185(3)
Stage Three: Smell
188(5)
Guidelines for Implementing Stage Three-Smell
189(1)
Stage Three-Smell Lessons 1-5
190(3)
Stage Four: Taste
193(7)
Guidelines for Implementing Stage Four-Taste
194(2)
Stage Four-Taste Lessons 1-7
196(4)
Stage Five: Eating New Foods
200(3)
A Recipe for Success
203(6)
Cultural Factors
206(1)
Medical Issues
206(1)
Older Children
207(1)
Gluten, Casein and Other Allergy-Related Diets
207(2)
Appendix
209(22)
Cue Card Applications
215(16)
References 231

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