Carol Elliott

Carol Elliott, B.S., OTR/L, is an internationally recognized and energetic speaker. She is a master clinician at Childrens Feeding Program at the Childrens Hospital of Richmond, Virginia. Carol has worked in the area of pediatric Occupational Therapy since 1987 after receiving her degree at Elizabethtown College, Elizabethtown, PA. Carol has devoted the past 15 years developing and implementing treatment techniques utilized in the TR-eatTM Model for children with complex feeding disorders. She provides treatment for infants through teenagers both in an outpatient clinic setting and as part of the Intensive Day Feeding Program. Along with her full time clinical practice, she has published multiple articles, conducted numerous presentations and has provided consultative services to other professionals and treatment centers in the area of pediatric feeding evaluation/treatment.

Disclosure:
Financial: Carol Elliott receives a honorarium from Education Resources.
Non-Financial: She has no relevant nonfinancial relationships to disclose



Carol's Courses:

Mealtime Miseries: Management of Complex Feeding Issues



What others are saying:

"Two amazing professionals who have skillfully merged essential components of challenging feeding interventions. A course that should be required for any practitioner ever working with feeding issues." -Paulette Schafir

"I have attended a wide variety of continuing education courses in my 13 years of clinical practice including at state and national conventions. Dr. Clawson and Ms. Elliott's course was unquestionably the only corse that teaches a therapist rationale and specific techniques to help a wide variety of children with challenging feeding problems. You leave totally prepared to use proven evidence-based methods." -Tiffany Spinos

"Fantastic course and materials presented in a ready-to use format. One of the best courses I've been to." -Rachel Milton

"The knowledge and techniques I gained in this course is going to make such a tremendous impact on the kids I treat." -Heidi Hebert