Sequential treatment of a feeding problem using a pacifier and flipped spoon.

Sequential treatment of a feeding problem using a pacifier and flipped spoon.

Rivas KD, et al.

J Appl Behav Anal. 2011 Summer;44(2):387-91.

Abstract

Parents may be reluctant to treat the feeding disorder of a chronically ill child who exhibits distressed behavior during feeding. In this study, we identified a child with chronic medical problems and a feeding disorder who cried during feedings. We introduced treatment components sequentially to address parental concerns about crying. First, we used a pacifier to reduce crying, and then we used a flipped spoon to increase mouth clean. The results showed that a sequential approach to treatment can be effective for children with complex medical and behavioral problems.
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J Appl Behav Anal. 2011 Summer;44(2):387-91.

Affiliation
University of Nebraska Medical Center, Munroe-Meyer Institute, Omaha, Nebraska, USA.

Abstract
Parents may be reluctant to treat the feeding disorder of a chronically ill child who exhibits distressed behavior during feeding. In this study, we identified a child with chronic medical problems and a feeding disorder who cried during feedings. We introduced treatment components sequentially to address parental concerns about crying. First, we used a pacifier to reduce crying, and then we used a flipped spoon to increase mouth clean. The results showed that a sequential approach to treatment can be effective for children with complex medical and behavioral problems.

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