Ch 14: Feeding & Eating Skills for Occupational Therapy

About This Chapter

This engaging chapter offers an informative overview of feeding and eating skills for occupational therapy. Strengthen your understanding of this subject and improve your ability to excel on an upcoming test by exploring bite-sized lessons and taking multiple-choice quizzes.

Feeding & Eating Skills for Occupational Therapy - Chapter Summary

Whether you have a beginner's, intermediate or advanced understanding of feeding and eating skills for occupational therapy, this short chapter can help you gain full comprehension. Access entertaining lessons using your computer, smartphone or tablet to study the basics of dysphagia, diet adaptations, adaptive eating utensils and more. By the end of this chapter, you will be able to do the following:

  • Define and discuss the causes, symptoms and treatment of dysphagia
  • List and describe different diet adaptations and alternative feeding methods
  • Explain indications and contraindications for enabling feeding and eating in occupational therapy
  • Identify common adaptive eating utensils used in occupational therapy to help clients with physical limitations

Align your review of this chapter with your personal study needs and schedule. Select any number of lessons to view, navigate them in your sequence of choice, and access them anytime using any computer or mobile device with an Internet connection. When ready, test your comprehension of feeding and eating skills for occupational therapy by taking short quizzes and a chapter exam. The Dashboard enables you to track your progress and send lesson topic questions to our experts.

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