Picky Eater Webinar: Potato Chips to Bananas

By The Medical City , | April 29, 2020

The Medical City’s (TMC) Center for Developmental Pediatrics (CDP) FEEDING CLINIC recently held a successful webinar for parents and families of picky eaters. It was entitled POTATO CHIPS TO BANANAS: Food Chaining Tips during #Quarantine Time which was attended by over 60 participants from different fields of practice.



 

The Medical City’s (TMC) Center for Developmental Pediatrics (CDP) FEEDING CLINIC recently held a successful webinar for parents and families of picky eaters.  It was entitled POTATO CHIPS TO BANANAS: Food Chaining Tips during #Quarantine Time which was attended by over 60 participants from different fields of practice.

Food chaining is a child friendly treatment strategy that helps expand a picky eater’s food repertoire. 

Picky eating in children manifests as food refusal or eating the same food over and over again. It may be caused by different factors, from normal development to overt feeding problems.

The topic was discussed in depth by our nutritionist-dietician Ms. Princess Albarillo and hosted by developmental and behavioral pediatrician Dr. Kaye Napalinga.  It was an interactive discussion with a multidisciplinary panel.  The panel included the Feeding Clinic’s head, Dr. Almida Ambatali-Reodica - pediatric gastroenterologist, Dr. Analene Junio - general pediatrician, , Dr. Olivia Aliman - developmental and behavioral pediatrics fellow, and Gian Labrado - occupational therapist. 

Stay tuned for the Feeding Clinic’s monthly webinars which will feature topics pertaining to pediatric feeding and swallowing disorders.


About The Medical City Center for Developmental Pediatrics

TMC’s  Center for Developmental Pediatrics (CDP) ensures that children can get all the help and guidance they need while growing up. The Center offers services from the assessment, diagnosis, and management of children with developmental, behavioral, and feeding difficulties. The Center employs a multidisciplinary approach to the management of patients to ensure the best quality of care and pave the way in optimizing children’s development.

For inquiries and appointment requests, you may contact the Center for Developmental Pediatrics at 8-988-1000/8-988-7000 Ext. 6630.



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Picky Eater Webinar: Potato Chips to Bananas

By The Medical City ,

April 29, 2020


The Medical City’s (TMC) Center for Developmental Pediatrics (CDP) FEEDING CLINIC recently held a successful webinar for parents and families of picky eaters. It was entitled POTATO CHIPS TO BANANAS: Food Chaining Tips during #Quarantine Time which was attended by over 60 participants from different fields of practice.


 

The Medical City’s (TMC) Center for Developmental Pediatrics (CDP) FEEDING CLINIC recently held a successful webinar for parents and families of picky eaters.  It was entitled POTATO CHIPS TO BANANAS: Food Chaining Tips during #Quarantine Time which was attended by over 60 participants from different fields of practice.

Food chaining is a child friendly treatment strategy that helps expand a picky eater’s food repertoire. 

Picky eating in children manifests as food refusal or eating the same food over and over again. It may be caused by different factors, from normal development to overt feeding problems.

The topic was discussed in depth by our nutritionist-dietician Ms. Princess Albarillo and hosted by developmental and behavioral pediatrician Dr. Kaye Napalinga.  It was an interactive discussion with a multidisciplinary panel.  The panel included the Feeding Clinic’s head, Dr. Almida Ambatali-Reodica - pediatric gastroenterologist, Dr. Analene Junio - general pediatrician, , Dr. Olivia Aliman - developmental and behavioral pediatrics fellow, and Gian Labrado - occupational therapist. 

Stay tuned for the Feeding Clinic’s monthly webinars which will feature topics pertaining to pediatric feeding and swallowing disorders.


About The Medical City Center for Developmental Pediatrics

TMC’s  Center for Developmental Pediatrics (CDP) ensures that children can get all the help and guidance they need while growing up. The Center offers services from the assessment, diagnosis, and management of children with developmental, behavioral, and feeding difficulties. The Center employs a multidisciplinary approach to the management of patients to ensure the best quality of care and pave the way in optimizing children’s development.

For inquiries and appointment requests, you may contact the Center for Developmental Pediatrics at 8-988-1000/8-988-7000 Ext. 6630.


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