465. Responsive Feeding and Division of Responsibility: A Comparative Analysis of Childhood Feeding Approaches

FNCE Recorded Sessions from 2018

This session will provide direction to compare the two; show their relationship to authoritative parenting, health and child obesity prevention; and reveal tools to assess sDOR and responsive feeding practices.

  • SKU FNCE18465
Member Price
$32.00
Nonmember Price
$37.00

This product is free for those who attended FNCE® 2018.

Parent/caregiver feeding behaviors are known to be important for optimal child health, growth and development. A familiar and accepted parent/caregiver feeding framework is the Satter Division of Responsibility (sDOR), which addresses leadership in meal and snack environment, composition, and delivery and child autonomy in deciding whether and how much to eat from foods offered. Responsive feeding is a relatively recent arrival, originating from parenting terminology. sDOR and responsive feeding frameworks promote feeding relationships congruent with healthy child growth and development. However, the extent of overlap between their theoretical and practical application and unique characteristics are not clearly articulated in the professional literature. This session will provide direction to compare the two; show their relationship to authoritative parenting, health and child obesity prevention; and reveal tools to assess sDOR and responsive feeding practices.

CPEU: 1.5
CPE Level: 2
Learning Codes: 9070, 9020, 4130

Learning Objectives

  • Compare Satter Division of Responsibility (sDOR) in Feeding and Responsive Feeding frameworks.
  • Describe authoritative parenting and its relationship to the evidence base for sDOR in feeding and responsive feeding.
  • Appraise measurement tools to assess sDOR in feeding and responsive feeding practices.

Speaker

  • Elizabeth Ruder, PhD, MPH, RDN
  • Maureen Black, PhD

Moderator

  • Barbara Lohse, PhD, RD
  • SKU FNCE18465