The Meat and Potatoes of Feeding and EatingWednesday June 24, 2020
Webinar recording from Tuesday, June 23, 2020, featuring Jennifer Woody
If you’re in search of simple strategies to help your young one to eat a more varied diet, then this is for you! This one-hour virtual adult education session features Jennifer Woody, as she explores the reasons children frequently “get stuck” when it comes to food, and how to support them in trying new foods.
About Jennifer Woody, OTR/L, MOT, CAS
Jennifer is a registered and licensed occupational therapist at The Carruth Center, a pediatric therapy clinic in Houston. She has worked extensively with children who have developmental delays, neuromuscular conditions and autism, and gained additional training and experience with children who have feeding and eating challenges. Her specialized training in the sensory processing problems of young children, Developmental Coordination Disorder, and handwriting difficulties, has made her a well-rounded and sought-after clinician for children with a variety of delays and difficulties.