Considering Getting an AOTA Specialty Certification in Feeding and Swallowing?


Did you know that many of our feeding and swallowing courses can serve to meet the objectives you set for yourself to become certified for advanced practice

Applicants for advance certification are welcome to use any continuing education course that covers this topic in order to meet a criterion for certification. For feeding, eating, and swallowing, you may reference the SCFES Part 2 – Portfolio of Evidence Forms under “Formal Learning” at the AOTA website in order to see what is required by applicants. You may use up to 10 continuing education/contact hours to fulfill the “formal learning” portion of the requirement. 

You may search our website by an area (“pediatrics”) or by speaker to see which feeding courses will be in your area. Most of our 2015 feeding courses already have a home, so plan now to attend at your convenience!

Please click here for a listing of our current feeding courses

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One Response to Considering Getting an AOTA Specialty Certification in Feeding and Swallowing?

  1. Marissa Golden says:

    This is great news! I will most definitely look at the form from AOTA and match it up with your various feeding course objectives as I hope to get my specialization in feeding/swallowing sometime soon!

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