Parents/carers of premature and sick babies often face battles with feeding. Do you want:
- To introduce solids sense-itively?
- Your child to enjoy mealtimes; try new foods; and to eat enough to maintain/improve their health?
- The mealtime experience to be calmer?
Come along and hear from the co-author of SENSE-ational Mealtimes, Dr Denise Stapleton. Denise uses understandings about sensory preferences to explore these and many more concerns.
Dr Denise Stapleton is an Accredited Practising Dietitian and Nutritionist with 27 years experience in nutrition and research. Denise passionately supports families with varying mealtime difficulties and therapeutic dietary needs throughout Australia as a private practitioner, senior community dietitian, researcher, author and mentor. Denise has training in Picky Eaters vs Problem Feeders: The Sequential Oral Sensory (SOS) Approach to Feeding and Making SENSE of the Senses. Denise collaborates nationally and internationally with professionals from a wide range of backgrounds who are supporting families with mealtime difficulties.
The free workshop will be held in Subiaco on Tuesday 13th October 2015 at 7pm. are conducted in a relaxed environment and are open to all families and carers affected by high-risk pregnancy, premature birth or having a sick newborn. T
Update: Registrations are now closed.
SENSE-ational Mealtimes will be available to purchase on the night.