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Feeding Therapy -> Fine Motor Skills -> Utensil Use
Ability to grasp utensils, get food on utensil, bring to mouth, place in mouth, and remove foods from utensil.
- Joe will improve mealtime behaviors (Throwing food, etc. ) by accepting non-preferred foods on a plate in 8/10 times with given moderate cues and models across 3 consecutive sessions and per caregiver report to be able to participate in group meal time with friends and family. 0
- Given demonstration and fading hand over hands assistance, Branden will bring spoon to mouth during meal 3 out of 4 times as measured by teacher/therapist report over 4 therapy sessions to demonstrate utensil management. 2
Basic Utensils and Dish Items 4
Visual cues for utensils, plates, bowls and cups.Includes activity list
Kiki's Food Sensory Mats: "Face Painting" Food Sensory Play Activity 2
Gabriella Cousino, M.S., CF-SLP
The Kiki's Food Sensory Mats: "Face Painting" Food Sensory Play Activity is designed for use in feeding therapy to incorporate food-sensory play. How to use this resource: • Choose foods (preferred...