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Erin Sundseth Ross, Ph.D., received her Master’s degree in Speech and Language Pathology from California State University, Stanislaus and received her Doctoral degree in Clinical Sciences–Health Services Research from the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center in 2007. Dr. Ross completed a two year Post-Doctoral Fellowship in the School of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics, in the Section of Nutrition at the University of Colorado Denver. She has specialized clinically in the development of feeding skills, the etiology and treatment of feeding and growth problems in infants and very young children through 5 years of age. Dr. Ross’ research interests are focused on understanding normal feeding and growth, and on identifying and treating infants and young children who are not developing typically in these areas. She is certified in NIDCAP and in the APIB Assessments.
Part 2 Objectives:
This 3-part lecture series is a comprehensive review of the literature to discuss the two intervention models “Task Oriented” and “Infant Led Feeding”.