Feeding can be one of the biggest challenges for parents of toddlers. In this session, Dr. Heinig will describe developmental reasons for many of the most frustrating toddler behaviors that may lead to non-responsive feeding practices. Attendees will also learn how extending the Baby Behavior curriculum to older infants and toddlers can be a positive way to promote responsive feeding during the toddler years.
By the end of this webinar, participants should be able to:
- List 6 developmental changes that occur during late infancy and early toddlerhood that impact toddler behavior.
- Describe which common toddler behaviors are most likely to result in non-responsive feeding practices.
- List at least 2 reasons why food refusal is related to toddler development.
CEUs will be oﬀered for RNs (RN Contact Hours), RDs (RD CPEUs), IBCLCs (CERPs). Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider Number CEP 16525. Provider approved by ADA, Provider Number CA004. Provider approved by the IBLCE, Long Term Provider Number CLT115‐01
Presented by the California Children’s Healthy Weight COIIN Partners (Collaborative Improvement & Innovation Network)