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Diverse Thinking Different Learning
Ep. 133: How Occupational Therapy Can Help Address Picky Eating with Dr. Ellie Bendetson and Leah Hiller

Diverse Thinking Different Learning

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2023 30:12

We've talked about occupational therapy on the podcast before, but we've never dug into a struggle for some children and families that occupational therapy can help. The topic of picky eating comes up for many families, for both neurodiverse and neurotypical children. And parents of picky eaters know that it impacts so many aspects of their lives, not just mealtime.  While picky eating is a common behavior in early childhood, it's not always something a child will simply “grow out of”. And today's guests explain how unique everyone's experience is with food. Dr. Ellie Bendetson is an expert in picky eating and in supporting families of picky eaters. She joins the conversation today with Leah Hiller, who returns as a guest from Episode 9, where we introduced what occupational therapy is. Many conversations about occupational therapy tend to be broad, so let's dig into one area of impact it can have on picky eaters and their families.   Show Notes: [2:12] - Many conversations about occupational therapy are very broad and generalized. But picky eating is Dr. Bendetson's area of expertise. [3:21] - Picky eating is very common and there is no universal definition of what it means. [4:36] - Food and mealtime are complicated. There are so many things that could cause picky eating and can shift day to day. [6:07] - There are a lot of cultural aspects to this as well. [7:30] - For some children there are really only a few foods they will eat. Ellie works with many families like this and starts where they are. Picky eating is isolating. [9:11] - Early experiences play a key role. What are some factors that impact picky eating? [10:27] - Body awareness plays a role as well and for children with sensory processing issues, this is even more of a challenge. [12:30] - During an assessment, feeding is broken down into every little step. [14:30] - It's shown that supporting the parents and families around picky eaters is so crucial. [16:41] - There's an emotional connection and cultural importance put on food. [17:38] - Dr. Ellie describes her program Making Mealtimes Matter. [19:20] - Parents being able to help each other is so empowering. [20:52] - The goal isn't to be able to eat everything. It is to be healthy and have a healthy relationship with food. [22:20] - Starting out by playing with food is a great place to start. This allows a child to understand the food. [24:03] - What can parents model? [26:17] - Getting a child involved in cooking and preparing foods is a great way to get kids excited about food. [28:49] - Parent groups with Hiller Therapy are virtual. Other programs are in-person.   About Our Guests: Dr. Ellie Bendetson Dr. Ellie Bendetson, OTD, OTR/L is a pediatric occupational therapist in Los Angeles. Ellie attended the University of Southern California, graduating with her bachelors in OT in 2019, her masters in 2020, and her doctorate in 2021. She completed her doctoral residency at Hiller Therapy | Outdoor OT, specializing in parent education and picky eating. She also holds certifications in sensory integration and the sequential-oral-sensory (SOS) approach to feeding. She is passionate about working with families to better their mealtime experience and working with children of all ages and abilities in supporting their growth at home, at school, and at play. When she's not working, Ellie enjoys hiking, baking, and playing with her dogs.   Leah Hiller Leah Hiller is a pediatric occupational therapist, an educational consultant, and a former Jewish day school teacher. Leah provides teachers and parents with the strategies, support, and evidence-based resources to help children thrive at home, school, and play. In addition to providing individualized OT services in her private practice, Leah offers workshops for parents and educators, and she teaches graduate courses in special education. Leah lives here in Los Angeles with her family, and her OT therapy studio is located in a natural setting - her backyard.   Connect with Our Guests: Hiller Therapy Website Email Dr. Ellie Bendetson: ellie@hillertherapy.com  Email Leah Hiller: leah@hillertherapy.com    Links and Related Resources: Episode 9: How Occupational Therapy Helps Kids with Leah Hiller Helping the Picky Eater Handle Back to School ALPS Children: A Steep Climb But Well Worth It   Trying to figure out next steps in supporting your child?  Book a 1:1 consultation with Dr. Karen Wilson - https://www.childnexus.com/consultation    Join our email list so that you can receive information about upcoming webinars - ChildNEXUS.com The Diverse Thinking Different Learning podcast is intended for informational purposes only and is not a substitute for medical or legal advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Additionally, the views and opinions expressed by the host and guests are not considered treatment and do not necessarily reflect those of ChildNEXUS, Inc or the host, Dr. Karen Wilson.

Education Suspended
Moving Towards Movement

Education Suspended

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2023 44:54

In today's episode we have a great conversation with Tracey DeMaria. Tracey helps define sensory integration and regulation, words that are being used more mainstream in education these days. She talks about the need for our system to become more developmentally respectful in regard to the self-regulation expectations we set on students, and reminds us we all need co-regulation. Tracey highlights that classrooms need to keep moving more towards movement and rhythm in order to promote learning in our schools.  Tracey DeMaria, OTD, OTR is an accomplished occupational therapist with a strong dedication to promoting regulation skills. She obtained a clinical Doctorate in occupational therapy from Misericordia University. With over a decade of experience in the field, Tracey currently serves as an occupational therapist in the Phillipsburg School District and is an adjunct professor in the Occupational Therapy master's program at Moravian University. Tracey is also an accomplished author, with her upcoming book, How to Surf the Waves: A Sensory, Emotional, and Behavioral Regulation Skills Curriculum, set to be released this Fall. A passionate advocate for disability rights and mental health, Tracey remains committed to helping individuals of all ages learn the power of regulation.

The Uncommon OT Series
Joy Doll, OTD, OTR/L: OT in Informatics

The Uncommon OT Series

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2023 43:25

In this episode, we will learn from Joy Doll, OTD, OTR/L. Dr. Doll is an occupational therapist who specializes in Informatics. In 2023, she launched her own consulting firm to support organizations to bridge health care and social care, Hello Better Healthcare, LLC. She is Associate Professor and Program Director of Health Informatics at Creighton University. Prior to launching Hello Better Healthcare, Dr. Doll was the Vice President of Community Programs for CyncHealth. In this role, Joy supported cross-sector partnerships to build a social determinants of health ecosystem that includes community-based organizations, health information technology, 211 and health care organizations. She led the first EHR integration of health care and social care in the state of Nebraska. She is a passionate advocate for health equity supporting programs like the Health and Dwelling, a Medical Respite for the Homeless and the Greater Omaha Pathways Hub. Prior to joining CyncHealth, Joy served as the Inaugural Executive Director for establishing the Center for Interprofessional Education and Research (CIPER) where she was engaged with CHI Health to develop, establish, and study an interprofessional clinical learning environment. She was the Vice Chair of the Department of Occupational Therapy in the School of Pharmacy and Health Professions at Creighton University. During her time at the CU, she was also the director of a Post Professional OTD Program where she was responsible for recruitment and retention of students, managing student issues, and maintaining program excellence. Joy is author of the textbook Grant Writing and Program Development for Occupational Therapy Practitioners: Making the Connection and over 50 book chapters or peer reviewed journal publications. She is a sought after pocaster and speaker including the 2018 TEDx Talk entitled Cultivating Collaboration in Health Care: The Journey of an Accidental Expert. Joy earned her Doctor of Occupational Therapy degree in 2003 from Creighton University. In May 2022, she completed a miniMBA from University of Arizona as a recipient of the Common Spirit Equity Impact Scholarship.Show Key Points: • Joy shares about her background and some of her favorite occupations • She describes what inspires her to do this work • She describes her current uncommon OT work • She describes her path and vision • She provides OT practitioners with valuable career advice • She provides valuable resources and her contact information Resources & Contact:Twitter: @joyot LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/joy-doll-80581876Website www.hellobetterhealthcare.com Email me joy@hellobetterhealthcare.comAs always, I welcome any feedback & ideas from all of you or if you are interested in being a guest on future episodes, please do not hesitate to contact Patricia Motus at transitionsot@gmail.com or DM via Instagram @transitionsotTHANK YOU for LISTENING, FOLLOWING, DOWNLOADING, RATING, REVIEWING & SHARING “The Uncommon OT Series” Podcast with all your OTP friends and colleagues! Full Episodes and Q & A only available at: https://www.wholistic-transitions.com/the-uncommon-ot-seriesSign Up NOW for the Transitions OT Email List to Receive the FREE Updated List of Uncommon OT Practice Settingshttps://www.wholistic-transitions.com/transitionsotFor Non-Traditional OT Practice Mentorship w/ Patricia: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeC3vI5OnK3mLrCXACEex-5ReO8uUVPo1EUXIi8FKO-FCfoEg/viewformBIG THANKS to our sponsor Picmonic & Truelearn. Follow the link below and USE DISCOUNT CODE “TransitionsOT” to Score 20% OFF Your PICMONIC Membership today! https://www.picmonic.com/viphookup/TRANSITIONSOTLBL23Happy Listening Friends!Big OT Love!All views are mine and guests own.Be a Patron to support The Uncommon OT Series Podcast project via Patreon.

KOLOT with Rabbi Hillel Kapenstein
“Raising a Loving Family” with Rabbi Shimon Russell, LCSW

KOLOT with Rabbi Hillel Kapenstein

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2023 60:30

Rabbi Shimon Russell is no ordinary therapist. In addition to being a Torah scholar in his own right, he received Semicha from the late Lakewood Rosh Yeshiva, Harav Shnuer Kotler, zt'l. After witnessing a tragic situation, Rabbi Russell was encouraged by his friends to explore the idea of becoming a therapist, which in those days was not a popular occupation in the frum community. After seeking guidance from Harav Shach zt”l, Rabbi Russell entered the field of behavioral health and gained much experience from his clients and his own struggling teen children. Rabbi Russell discusses the OTD (off the derech) phenomenon and his incredible personal journey learning this concept. Additionally, Rabbi Russell shared highlights of the latest bestselling and award winning book, 'Raising a Loving Family' which was written by Rabbi Goldstein, based solely on Rabbi Russell's teachings and lectures. All of this plus more on this episode of KOLOT. This episode is sponsored by [re]start, a career development platform. [re]start offers complimentary access to login and work with live career advisors who will help you find meaningful employment opportunities that match what you are looking for. For more information, visit www.joinrestart.com KOLOT is a project of the Columbus Community Kollel, a full time learning center in Bexley. Ever since 1995, boys, girls, men and women have found learning opportunities at the Kollel. Whether it's a study partner or an engaging class, the Kollel is your one stop shop for all your Jewish learning. To learn more about the Kollel, visit www.thekollel.org and forever be inspired.

Lymphedema Podcast
2023 Lymphedema Podcast Season 5: Episode 10

Lymphedema Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2023 33:24

Student OT review of Lymphedema Clinical Rotation If I am being honest, which I have shared this before, I would have never picked Lymphedema as my career specialty or as a clinical rotation in school. Thankfully, that is not the story for this week's guest. Addison is in her final year as an student OTD … 2023 Lymphedema Podcast Season 5: Episode 10 Read More »

OT Potential Podcast | Occupational Therapy EBP
#55: OT, Plagiocephaly, and Cognitive Outcomes with Amirra Condelee

OT Potential Podcast | Occupational Therapy EBP

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2023 61:21

Plagiocephaly has historically been thought of as a benign, cosmetic issue. But, the seminal study we are looking at during this 1-hour course indicates that severe to moderate skull deformity may be best understood as a biomarker for developmental vulnerability. As we'll see, moderate to severe skull deformity was linked with lower cognitive and academic outcomes, when the children reached school age. It is critical to understand that this does not mean that plagiocephaly causes developmental delay. But, given the results of this study, developmental assessment, monitoring, and intervention is recommended for children moderate to severe plagiocephaly. After we break down this article for you, we'll be joined by Amirra Condelee, OTD, OTR/L to discuss the implications for OTs who work with infants—and our role in our communities and families now that we understand the importance of this biomarker.In order to earn credit for this course, you must take the test within the OT Potential Club.You can find more details on this course here:https://otpotential.com/ceu-podcast-courses/ot-plagiocephaly-cognitive-outcomesHere's the primary research we are discussing:Collett, B. R., Wallace, E. R., Kartin, D., Cunningham, M. L., & Speltz, M. L. (2019). Cognitive Outcomes and Positional Plagiocephaly. Pediatrics, 143(2), e20182373. Support the show

Dusty and Cam in the Morning
Danny & Dusty 4-21-23 Hour 3

Dusty and Cam in the Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2023 37:58

Get a look at DJ Uiagalelei in Oregon State's spring game tomorrow. Utah, Stanford, Washington, & Washington State have spring games tomorrow, too. Oh... and Deion & Colorado's spring game will be a circus. OTD in 2016 we lost Prince Rogers Nelson.