THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST! THIS EVENT IS NOW SOLD OUT!
DUE TO AN OVERWHELMING RESPONSE IN REGISTRATION WE HAVE CHANGED OUR VENUE FROM THE CRYSTAL BALLROOM TO THE HILTON GARDEN INN TO ALLOW FOR A MORE COMFORTABLE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT FOR OUR GUESTS.
SOS: When Children Won’t Eat: Picky Eaters vs. Problem Feeders
Assessment and Treatment Using the SOS Approach to Feeding
The Sequential Oral Sensory (S.O.S) Approach to Feeding workshop is a trans-disciplinary program for assessing and treating children with feeding difficulties and weight/growth problems from birth to 18 years. It integrates posture, sensory, motor, behavioral/learning, medical, and nutritional factors to comprehensively evaluate and manage children with feeding/growth problems. The 3.75 day basic conference is designed for babies, toddlers and small children. Other ages and special populations are covered in the advanced workshops.
8 a.m. – 5 p.m., days 1-3
8 a.m. – 3:15 p.m., day 4
Dates – Thursday, Oct. 11 – Sunday, Oct. 14, 2018
Cost – $700 early bird before June 30, 2018, $630 early bird for groups of 5 or more before June 30, 2018, $780 after
Hilton Garden Inn, Chicago North Shore/Evanston
1818 Maple Avenue
Evanston, IL 60201
Course participants will enjoy convenient valet parking located in the front of the Crystal Ballroom for a nominal fee. Public parking garages are also available around the venue for additional cost. Complimentary continental breakfast and snacks throughout the day will be provided.
Course participants can stay at the Hilton Orrington for $185/night, plus tax, in our blocked rooms, first come, first serve. Call 1-800-HILTONS (445-8667) and request North Shore Pediatric Therapy’s group rate room block. Or visit www.orringtonevanston.hilton.com and book online using the Group/Convention code “NSHP”.
This Conference is intended for professionals who work with children with Feeding Difficulties. This includes: Speech Pathologists, Occupational Therapists, Special Educators, Early Intervention Specialists, Nurses, Psychologists, Physicians, Dietitians, Mental Health Workers, other Child Care Providers and Educators.
- This course is a total of 28.5 contact hours.
- This course is offered at 2.85 ASHA CEUs (Intermediate Level, Professional Area).
- This course if offered at 2.85 AOTA CEUs (Intermediate Level).
- This course is offered at 28 Illinois Early Intervention credits: 2.5 Assessment, 6.0 Atypical Development, 14.5 Intervention, 3.0 Typical Development, 2.0 Working with Families.
- All other participants will receive certification of the number of contact hours attended.
- For rules governing continuing education credit, participants should contact their respective regulatory boards.
- In order to receive credit for this course, each participant must fulfill attendance requirements, complete a post-continuing education activity survey and a knowledge post-test. To fulfill attendance requirements, participants must sign-in and sign-out at the start of the activity, at the lunch break and at the conclusion of the activity.
Deadline for registration is Sept. 17, 2018. Cancellations will be accepted until that deadline, minus an administration fee of $75. NO REFUNDS AFTER DEADLINE.
North Shore Pediatric Therapy, Inc. reserves the right to cancel any course due to insufficient registration or extenuating circumstances. We are not responsible for any expense incurred by participants if the course must be cancelled, such as non-refundable travel.
North Shore Pediatric Therapy, Inc. strives to make its educational opportunities accessible for learners with physical, cognitive, sensory or emotional learning needs. Learners are encouraged to contact the Continuing Education Coordinator at Education@NSPT4kids.com to identify any special learning needs to ensure proper accommodations are made prior to course date.
Disclosure Policy: The speakers may receive royalties from their authored publications and materials.
Dr. Kay A. Toomey Financial– Paid Consultant for Nestle Infant Nutrition (Gerber division); Paid Speaker for Education Resources, Inc.; Paid Speaker for STAR Institute for Sensory Processing Disorder; Nonfinancial– Unpaid Medical Professional Council Member for Feeding Matters, (formerly P.O.P.S.I.C.L.E.);
Dr. Erin S. Ross Financial- Paid Consultant for Nestle Infant Nutrition (Gerber division); Paid Speaker for Education Resources, Inc.; Paid Speaker for STAR Institute for Sensory Processing Disorder Nonfinancial: Unpaid Medical Professional Council Member for Feeding Matters, (formerly P.O.P.S.I.C.L.E.); Intellectual Property Owner, SOFFI MethodSM;
Bethany Kortsha Financial– Paid Speaker for Education Resources, Inc.; Paid Speaker for STAR Institute for Sensory Processing Disorder. Nonfinancial– no relevant nonfinancial disclosures are present.
Kelly Fitzpatrick Financial– Paid Speaker for Education Resources, Inc.; Paid Speaker for STAR Institute for Sensory Processing Disorder. Nonfinancial– no relevant nonfinancial disclosures are present.
Lindsay Beckerman Financial– Paid Speaker for Education Resources, Inc.; Paid Speaker for STAR Institute for Sensory Processing Disorder. Nonfinancial– no relevant nonfinancial disclosures are present.
Amanda Cunningham is the Continuing Education Coordinator at North Shore Pediatric Therapy. Financial– Receives salary for employment. Nonfinancial– no relevant nonfinancial relationship exists.
I am a student, can I attend?
Yes, students can attend under the following circumstances: 1). the student is ideally in their last year of graduate work in their program; 2). the student is under the supervision of a professor from their program who is aware that the student is attending the training; 3). that professor gives that student written permission from the Graduate program to attend our training – especially if the student is only in their 2nd or 3rd year of the program – and that permission is submitted with their registration form; 4). the professor ensures that the student is not practicing the SOS Approach to Feeding program independently (I.E. the professor accepts responsibility for the student engaging in any treatment using the SOS program). Note: As is an ethical requirement for all graduate programs, students are not allowed to practice clinical therapy without direct/live professor/clinician supervision. Supervision is required until the student attains their degree and/or licensure.