Erin Ross

Dr. Erin Sundseth Ross is a Speech Pathologist with a Doctoral degree in Clinical Sciences – Health Services Research.  She completed a two-year post-doctoral training in the Section of Nutrition and is a Clinical Instructor in the School of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics, at the University of Colorado Denver.  Dr. Ross has over 25 years of experience working in the NICU within several HealthONE hospitals, and with children at the SOS Feeding Solutions clinic in Denver, Colorado. Dr. Ross is the creator of the SOFFI MethodSM, a feeding program for use in the NICU.  She has specialized in the development of feeding skills, and the etiology and treatment of feeding and growth problems in infants and very young children from initial hospitalization through the first 5 years of life. 

Financial: Erin Ross receives a speaking fee from Education Resources, Inc. for this course. She is a paid speaker for STAR Institute for Sensory Processing Disorder.  Erin Ross is also a consultant for Gerber and Nestle Products and receives financial compensation.
Non-Financial: Erin Ross has a non-financial relationship as a Medical Board Member for the POPSICLE/Feeding Matters.

Erin 's Courses:

The SOFFI Method SM: Supporting Oral Feeding in Fragile Infants

Picky Eaters vs. Problem Feeders: The SOS Approach to Feeding- Day 1-3

What others are saying:

"Erin combined important clinical knowledge with quality research to give participants a true picture of best practice related to feeding premature and medically fragile children. This was a great course." -Carissa Peppard

Dr. Ross demonstrates he incredible passion, knowledge, and dedication to helping infants and children with feeding impairments through a truly amazing course. She goes above and beyond in giving her participants the best resources and education to bring back to their patients to help them succeed. A must attend course! -Angeline Chin, OT

I have been to many feeding seminars and by far this was one of the best. I enjoyed the global perspective on feeding and realistic intervention strategies. -Maxine Nevers-Reynolds

"This was one of the best courses I have ever attended. Erin's presentation was excellent and I appreciated the evidence based focus with relevant clinical application. I would highly recommend this course to anyone interested in feeding." -Kimberly Richardson