7th International Pediatric Feeding Disorder Conference: Early-Bird Registration Now Open

Wednesday, July 24, 2019 General News
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Completely virtual and on demand, 2020 IPFDC provides evidence-based education

PHOENIX, July 24, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Are you looking for high caliber, intermediate and advanced level education

on the evaluation and treatment of pediatric feeding disorder? Then do not miss the 7th International Pediatric Feeding Disorder Conference held entirely virtually for the first time in 2020. Streamed live January 24-25, 2020, and available on-demand for 30 days post-conference, the IPFDC grants groundbreaking access to the latest developments and research in PFD.

From keynote speakers to breakout presentations and the popular lightning talk, the 2020 International PFD Conference features internationally renowned experts sharing their field leading work in pediatric feeding.

Register today at pediatricfeedingconference.com to lock in the early bird rate before prices increase on October 2.

Early Bird (through 10.1.2019) Community Members - $ 99 Families & Caregivers - $ 99 Healthcare Professionals - $ 199 Physicians - $ 249

About Feeding Matters For kids with pediatric feeding disorder (PFD), every bite of food can be painful, scary, or simply impossible to swallow, potentially impeding nutrition, development, growth, and overall well-being. Yet, there is no functional system of care for PFD locally, nationally, or internationally. That's why Feeding Matters is dedicated to creating a world where children with pediatric feeding disorder will thrive. Established in 2006, Feeding Matters is the first organization in the world uniting the concerns of families with the field's leading advocates, experts, clinicians, and allied healthcare professionals to ignite unprecedented change to the system of care through advocacy, education, support, and research – including a stand-alone diagnosis, the International Pediatric Feeding Disorder Conference, and the Infant and Child Feeding Questionnaire.

To learn more about Feeding Matters or pediatric feeding disorder, visit feedingmatters.org or follow us on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and YouTube at @FeedingMatters.

 

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