SENSE-ational Mealtimes professional development is available through workshops, clinical supervision, webinars and publications
Gillian and Denise provide professional training through the ‘Making SENSE of Mealtimes’ workshops, in partnership with Engaging Your Senses.
These exciting and essential workshops are for all health, education and care-giving professionals who support families with mealtime difficulties, fussy eating, feeding problems &/or daily routines.
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Denise provides mealtime clinical supervision to individual clinicians or teams via tele-health. Clinical supervision is lead by the professional development needs of the clinician/s, and often includes case studies of clinicians’ clients or joint appointments with a client’s caregivers. Reflective clinical supervision is enhanced by the use of SENSE-ational Mealtimes assessment and problem-solving tools.Fee: $200 per hour.
Gillian and Denise provide professional training through SENSE-ational Mealtimes webinar recordings, in partnership with Education in Nutrition.
These informative case studies are for all clinicians supporting families with tricky mealtime behaviour, and can be found by searching for Stapleton on the Education in Nutrition website.
Fussy eating, not chewing and motor developmentwww.educationinnutrition.com.au, February, 2020
Fussy eatingwww.educationinnutrition.com.au, April, 2018
Supporting families with mealtime difficulties www.educationinnutrition.com.au, October, 2014
Denise and Gillian have two peer-reviewed articles that explain the need for a written resource for families with tricky mealtimes and provide details about the development of the SENSE-ational Mealtimes book.
Stapleton, D., Griffiths, G and Sherriff, J. 2012. Mealtime Difficulties. Journal of Community Nursing, 26 (6), 29-34
Stapleton, D., Griffiths, G and Sherriff, J. 2013. Development and Evaluation of SENSE-ational Mealtimes: a book for families with mealtime difficulties.International Journal of Health Promotion and Education, 51(6), 323-338