Clearly illustrated, this is the ultimate practical handbook for all professionals working with children with eating and drinking difficulties, and an essential guide for all students studying this area of therapy.
Covering the complex issues involved in the field of eating and drinking difficulties in children, this text:
"This is a very practical handbook…very clearly set out…an excellent book for those training to work in the area of dysphagia…an excellent resource to have at hand." — Independent Talking Points
"The manual is well researched with excellent references to other sources…is good value for money." — Valerie Moffat, Speech & Language Therapy in Practice
"This excellent, highly practical book incorporating good clinical advice and thoroughly researched evidence, is an essential addition to any department library." — Julie O’Key,Chair, Northern Region Dysphagia, RCSLT
"It will be an invaluable tool for speech and language therapy students, less experienced clinicians, and also colleagues in associated fields such as physiotherapy and occupational therapy." — Stacey Lawrence, Principal Speech and Language Therapist, Northwick Park Hospital, IJLCD
"…a valuable resource for all professionals and those who manage eating and drinking and the associated problems for children/adults." — Jean Dornan, Nurse Lecturer, course director child branch, Queenâ€™s University Belfast, Paediatric Nursing