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The Working Therapist: Providing Helpful Ideas for Pediatric Speech, Occupational and Physical Therapy
Suck, Swallow, Breath: Infant Feeding
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In today's episode, the Working Therapist's host Haden Boliek SLP presents one of her favorite subjects: infant feeding! Throughout the episode, Haden speaks about what normal anatomy and physiology look like for infant feeding. She reviews the normal suck, swallow, and breath feeding patterns for infants compared to abnormal or unorganized nippling patterns in infants. Haden also reviews other infant feeding topics, such as burst and pause rhythms, nutritive vs. non-nutritive sucking, and common reflexes for babies. Tune in now to the Working Therapist Podcast to hear more!