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Sensory Based Feeding Difficulties – presentation and case study

Dr Rati Jani, PhD, AdvAPD unpacks Sensory Based Feeding Difficulties (SBFD) in two separate presentations.

In her main presentation Sensory Based Feeding Difficulties (SBFD), Rati explains how to differentiate between fussy eaters and children with SBFD. SBFD may originate in any one or more of the seven senses (proprioception, vestibular, tactile, auditory, visual, gustatory, olfactory). Rati describes how to identify a range of sensory profiles a child with SBFD may have (eg. high to low neurological threshold, sensation seeking/avoiding). This profiling is instrumental in providing appropriate management to support children with SBFD.

Learn about:

  • Differentiating between fussy eating and sensory based feeding difficulties
  • Why this is essential for effective care and management
  • Suggestions for nutritional management in children who are hyporesponsive and hyperresponsive

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The second presentation on SBFD is a case study: Hyporesponsive sensation avoiding. Rati describes the nutritional management of Sam, a 9-year-old boy with 'hyporesponsive sensation avoiding’ SBFD. Rati uses The ADIME (Assessment, Diagnosis, Intervention, Monitoring and Evaluation) approach to step us through management of Sam.

Learn about:

  • Hyporesponsive sensation avoiding sensory based feeding difficulty
  • Creating a NCP step by step using the ADIME approach
  • Using the BMI for age to plot growth trajectory on the CDC growth chart

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Dr Rati Jani is an AdvAPD a, Senior Lecturer in Nutrition and Dietetics at Griffith university and a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy in the UK. She is leading the multi-centric Picky Eating Project in Australia, India and Malaysia examining environmental and phenotypic determinants of picky eating in children and adults.