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ABCs of Pediatric Feeding and Swallowing, 5, Feeding & Swallowing Issues in Premature Infants: Part 5 & 6
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written by Robert Beecher, Rona Alexander and Monica Wojcik; presented by Robert Beecher, Rona Alexander and Monica Wojcik, in ABCs of Pediatric Feeding and Swallowing, 5 (Fairacres, NM: Clinician's View, 2004), 2 hours 3 mins
Premature infants often present with feeding, swallowing, and respiratory problems due to immaturity of their body systems, including gastrointestinal and respiratory systems. Current medical advancements have lowered the gestational age for survival and increased the number of medically fragile infants now found...
written by Robert Beecher, Rona Alexander and Monica Wojcik; presented by Robert Beecher, Rona Alexander and Monica Wojcik, in ABCs of Pediatric Feeding and Swallowing, 5 (Fairacres, NM: Clinician's View, 2004), 2 hours 3 mins
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ABCs of Pediatric Feeding and Swallowing, 5, Feeding & Swallowing Issues in Premature Infants: Part 11 & 12
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written by Robert Beecher, Rona Alexander and Monica Wojcik; presented by Robert Beecher, Rona Alexander and Monica Wojcik, in ABCs of Pediatric Feeding and Swallowing, 5 (Fairacres, NM: Clinician's View, 2004), 1 hour 58 mins
Premature infants often present with feeding, swallowing, and respiratory problems due to immaturity of their body systems, including gastrointestinal and respiratory systems. Current medical advancements have lowered the gestational age for survival and increased the number of medically fragile infants now found...
written by Robert Beecher, Rona Alexander and Monica Wojcik; presented by Robert Beecher, Rona Alexander and Monica Wojcik, in ABCs of Pediatric Feeding and Swallowing, 5 (Fairacres, NM: Clinician's View, 2004), 1 hour 58 mins
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ABCs of Pediatric Feeding and Swallowing, 5, Feeding & Swallowing Issues in Premature Infants: Part 15 & 16
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written by Robert Beecher, Rona Alexander and Monica Wojcik; presented by Robert Beecher, Rona Alexander and Monica Wojcik, in ABCs of Pediatric Feeding and Swallowing, 5 (Fairacres, NM: Clinician's View, 2004), 2 hours
Premature infants often present with feeding, swallowing, and respiratory problems due to immaturity of their body systems, including gastrointestinal and respiratory systems. Current medical advancements have lowered the gestational age for survival and increased the number of medically fragile infants now found...
written by Robert Beecher, Rona Alexander and Monica Wojcik; presented by Robert Beecher, Rona Alexander and Monica Wojcik, in ABCs of Pediatric Feeding and Swallowing, 5 (Fairacres, NM: Clinician's View, 2004), 2 hours
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ABCs of Pediatric Feeding and Swallowing, 5, Feeding & Swallowing Issues in Premature Infants: Part 19 & 20
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written by Robert Beecher, Rona Alexander and Monica Wojcik; presented by Robert Beecher, Rona Alexander and Monica Wojcik, in ABCs of Pediatric Feeding and Swallowing, 5 (Fairacres, NM: Clinician's View, 2004), 2 hours
Premature infants often present with feeding, swallowing, and respiratory problems due to immaturity of their body systems, including gastrointestinal and respiratory systems. Current medical advancements have lowered the gestational age for survival and increased the number of medically fragile infants now found...
written by Robert Beecher, Rona Alexander and Monica Wojcik; presented by Robert Beecher, Rona Alexander and Monica Wojcik, in ABCs of Pediatric Feeding and Swallowing, 5 (Fairacres, NM: Clinician's View, 2004), 2 hours
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Adaptive Homemaking and Energy Conservation
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written by Joanne Nigro; presented by Joanne Nigro; produced by Clinician's View (Fairacres, NM: Clinician's View, 2011), 28 mins
This video is a complete guide to homemaking adaptations and meal preparation. Meal preparation and planning, energy conservation techniques, and adaptive devices for stress reduction on joints are presented.
written by Joanne Nigro; presented by Joanne Nigro; produced by Clinician's View (Fairacres, NM: Clinician's View, 2011), 28 mins
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Biomechanical and Sensory Strategies for Improving Motor Control in Children with Neuromotor Disorders: Part 1 & 2
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written by Nancy Hylton; presented by Nancy Hylton, in Biomechanical and Sensory Strategies for Improving Motor Control in Children with Neuromotor Disorders (Fairacres, NM: Clinician's View, 2001), 1 hour 56 mins
This seminar presents biomechanical and sensory strategies necessary for developing functional motor control. Normal and atypical developmental strategies used by children are presented, followed by intervention strategies that are designed to organize the biomechanical and postural systems for improving motor con...
written by Nancy Hylton; presented by Nancy Hylton, in Biomechanical and Sensory Strategies for Improving Motor Control in Children with Neuromotor Disorders (Fairacres, NM: Clinician's View, 2001), 1 hour 56 mins
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Biomechanical and Sensory Strategies for Improving Motor Control in Children with Neuromotor Disorders: Part 7 & 8
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written by Nancy Hylton; presented by Nancy Hylton, in Biomechanical and Sensory Strategies for Improving Motor Control in Children with Neuromotor Disorders (Fairacres, NM: Clinician's View, 2001), 2 hours
This seminar presents biomechanical and sensory strategies necessary for developing functional motor control. Normal and atypical developmental strategies used by children are presented, followed by intervention strategies that are designed to organize the biomechanical and postural systems for improving motor con...
written by Nancy Hylton; presented by Nancy Hylton, in Biomechanical and Sensory Strategies for Improving Motor Control in Children with Neuromotor Disorders (Fairacres, NM: Clinician's View, 2001), 2 hours
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Biomechanical and Sensory Strategies for Improving Motor Control in Children with Neuromotor Disorders: Part 9 & 10
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written by Nancy Hylton; presented by Nancy Hylton, in Biomechanical and Sensory Strategies for Improving Motor Control in Children with Neuromotor Disorders (Fairacres, NM: Clinician's View, 2001), 1 hour 55 mins
This seminar presents biomechanical and sensory strategies necessary for developing functional motor control. Normal and atypical developmental strategies used by children are presented, followed by intervention strategies that are designed to organize the biomechanical and postural systems for improving motor con...
written by Nancy Hylton; presented by Nancy Hylton, in Biomechanical and Sensory Strategies for Improving Motor Control in Children with Neuromotor Disorders (Fairacres, NM: Clinician's View, 2001), 1 hour 55 mins
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Biomechanical and Sensory Strategies for Improving Motor Control in Children with Neuromotor Disorders: Part 11
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written by Nancy Hylton; presented by Nancy Hylton, in Biomechanical and Sensory Strategies for Improving Motor Control in Children with Neuromotor Disorders (Fairacres, NM: Clinician's View, 2001), 32 mins
This seminar presents biomechanical and sensory strategies necessary for developing functional motor control. Normal and atypical developmental strategies used by children are presented, followed by intervention strategies that are designed to organize the biomechanical and postural systems for improving motor con...
written by Nancy Hylton; presented by Nancy Hylton, in Biomechanical and Sensory Strategies for Improving Motor Control in Children with Neuromotor Disorders (Fairacres, NM: Clinician's View, 2001), 32 mins
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The Diagnosis of Rett Syndrome
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written by Sarojini Budden; presented by Sarojini Budden, in Issues in Rett Syndome (Fairacres, NM: Clinician's View, 1995), 38 mins
Dr. Budden discusses the clinical features of Rett Syndrome, its incidence, onset, progression and various laboratory findings. Four clinical stages are identified from early onset stagnation stage to rapid destructive, pseudostationary and late motor deterioration stages.
written by Sarojini Budden; presented by Sarojini Budden, in Issues in Rett Syndome (Fairacres, NM: Clinician's View, 1995), 38 mins
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