Development of Self-Feeding in the Normal Child


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This video program follows the development of a typical child from the age of one year to two years, showing the importance of motor, cognitive, communicative, social, and emotional development in the transition from finger feeding to utensil use. Feeding skills demonstrated include drinking (from bottle to cup to straw), finger feeding, spoon and fork use, and mealtime social skills. This video is useful for teaching when paired with the video Self-Feeding in the Child with Special Needs, because this typical little girl who is learning new feeding skills during her 2nd year is at the same developmental stage as the 8 year-old boy with physical delays.


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