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A training video that outlines the role of everyone who is involved in ensuring safe, nutritive, and quality mealtimes for children and young people. This advice is for teaching staff in specialist provision – specialist schools and integrated resources. Delivered by Sally Twigg (Speech and...

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A training video that will help to familiarise you with the written feeding plan, known as a mealtime mat. Delivered by Rachel Ward (Speech and Language Therapist) Time: 2:30

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A training video that explains the IDDSI (International Dysphagia Diet Standardization Initiative) levels and uses practical examples of how you can ensure foods and liquids are the correct texture. Delivered by Larissa Naylor and Rachel Nunn (Speech and Language Therapist) Time: 34:00 IDDSI Level 0...

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This training video covers the areas we need to consider at mealtimes to support children and young people with eating and drinking difficulties. Delivered by Larissa Naylor and Rachel Nunn (Speech and Language Therapists) Time: 11:43

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A training video that will increase your awareness of the red flags to look out for whilst you are supporting children and young people at their mealtimes. Delivered by Rachel Ward (Speech and Language Therapist) Time: 2:47

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A series of training videos developed by the Speech and Language Therapy Feeding Team. Video 1. An introduction on why we work on eating and drinking skills An introductory training video on how to ensure safe eating and drinking skills, adequate nutrition and quality mealtimes for children and...

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An introductory training video on why we work on eating and drinking skills. Delivered by Rachel Nunn (Speech and Language Therapist) Time: 3:55

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A training video that will give you an understanding of the anatomy of the head and neck, what is involved in a swallow, and what can go wrong at each stage of the swallow. Delivered by Rosa Holden (Speech and Language Therapist) Time: 12:07

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What does saliva do? Saliva (spit) helps us to: clean our mouths taste food and drink get food ready for swallowing and digesting Why does my child drool? Young children and some older children may drool a lot. They do not start to control drooling until they can: keep their head upright keep their...

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Why do some children struggle to move on to lumpy food? There are a number of reasons why children struggle to accept lumpy or textured food. These include: Development This means they are just not ready. Children need to be offered food which is appropriate for their level of general development....

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What is normalising sensation? A normalising sensation programme helps children who have not been ready to eat and drink. It helps children to feel relaxed about their face being touched. This can help them to get ready for eating and drinking in future. It will also help with keeping their mouth...

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A training video on working with children with restricted diets – information for professionals. Time: 1 hour 2 minutes Presented by Ailish Harrison (Speech and Language Therapist).

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A videofluoroscopy is a moving X-ray of children swallowing. Children will only be referred for this if their consultant thinks this is necessary. The majority of children with eating and drinking difficulties do not need videofluoroscopy. Here is a video about what happens during a videofluoroscopy...

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If your child has a communication difficulty you may find these pictures useful when you come to videofluoroscopy clinic. Download here: videofluoroscopy visuals If your child has a communication aid, please bring this to the appointment. Other resources which may be helpful can be found at...

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If your child has a communication difficulty you may find these pictures useful when you come to the feeding clinic.  Using pictures and key words instead of sentences can help your child understand what is going to happen. Download here: feeding clinic visuals If your child has a communication...

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International Dysphagia Diet Standardisation Initiative (IDDSI). Transitional Foods for Babies and Children Download here: IDDSI Transitional Foods

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International Dysphagia Diet Standardisation Initiative (IDDSI). Level 7 Regular for Babies and Children Download here: IDDSI Level 7 – Regular

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International Dysphagia Diet Standardisation Initiative (IDDSI). Level 7 Regular Easy to Chew for Babies and Children Download here: IDDSI Level 7 – Regular and Easy to Chew

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International Dysphagia Diet Standardisation Initiative (IDDSI). Level 6 Soft & Bite-Sized for Babies and Children Download here: IDDSI Level 6 – Soft and Bite Sized

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International Dysphagia Diet Standardisation Initiative (IDDSI). Level 5 Minced and Moist Food for Babies and Children Download here: IDDSI Level 5 – Minced and Moist

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International Dysphagia Diet Standardisation Initiative (IDDSI). Level 4 Pureed Food for Babies and Children Download here: IDDSI Level 4 – Pureed

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International Dysphagia Diet Standardisation Initiative (IDDSI). Level 4 Extremely Thick Liquids for Babies and Children Download here: IDDSI Level 4 – Extremely Thick

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International Dysphagia Diet Standardisation Initiative (IDDSI). Level 3 Moderately Thick Liquids for Babies and Children Download here: IDDSI Level 3 – Moderately Thick

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International Dysphagia Diet Standardisation Initiative (IDDSI). Use of Level 3 Liquidised Food for Babies and Children Download here: IDDSI Level 3 – Liquidised

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