SLPs Wine and Cheese's Podcast

4/23/2022

Ep 142 Baby Led Feeding Ft. Julie Laux

Quote: “TIME merely extends fear while KNOWLEDGE & UNDERSTANDING can help overcome it.”9 Things you NEED TO KNOW about CHOKING when starting solids#1It is totally normal to feel anxious when starting solids.Millions of parents have successfully followed baby-led feeding and the key to getting past your fear is through knowledge and understanding of how baby-led feeding works, research behind it, and how to reduce the risk of choking.#2Two research studies have concluded that baby-led feeding does NOT increase the risk of choking. Read the studies here:https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/29205569/https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/27647715/#4Gagging is normal when starting solids. Baby is gagging is they are coughing, making wrenching sounds, mouth open / tongue out, or watery eyes. If baby appears to be gagging, let them work it out themselves.Choking is when baby’s airway is blocked and baby is either silent or making a high-pitched wheeze sound. They also may look scared, and you need to intervene.#5Caregivers should take an infant CPR and choking response course before starting solids so they are prepared in the rare case of emergency.@safebeginningshas an Online Course we recommend to all parents!#6High risk choking hazard foods should be avoided or modified so baby can enjoy them safely. CDC.gov has a list of top choking hazards.#7Learning how to properly serve food to baby based on age is an important part of baby-led feeding. We cover a variety of foods in our program.Generally speaking, food is served as sticks and cooked until soft for 6-8 months and then served as small, bite-sized pieces for 9+ months once baby has their pincer grasp.#8Babies already know how to swallow, but they need to learn how to chew. The best way to teach chewing is with chewable solids, which we explain in our program.#9The safest place to eat is sitting upright in a highchair. Do not feed baby on the go or in a reclined position. Remove all distractions and sit next to baby while they eat.
3/7/2022

Ep 137B: 7 Tips to growing a 7 figure business part 2. ft. Jamey Schrier

Season 8
Email us at: slpswineandcheese@gmail.com Follow us on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/slps_wine_and_cheese_pod/?hl=enLeave us a review here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/slps-wine-and-cheeses-podcast/id1384334799 SLP Shout out to: Hinda Rubin who's Instagram can be found here: https://www.instagram.com/claynguage/?hl=enThank you to Trinchero Family Estate https://www.tfewines.comOur guest was our first Physical Therapist ever on the show, Jamey Schrier. Jamey is a former private practice owner and CEO of Practice Freedom U. He is the author of The Practice Freedom Method: The Practice Owner’s Guide to Work Less, Earn More, and Live Your Passion. Jamey is on a mission to help private practice owners grow their business by working less, earning more and living their best life.Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PracticeFreedomUYoutube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCskHGsLHkl8ahEV485QdoewWe have an upcoming Marketing/ Referral Generation workshop next month (March 24-25), they can register here:https://practicefreedomu.com/march-workshop-20225 MIN. PT Practice Quizhttps://shrtlnk.co/wEGICThe 3 out of 7 steps Jamey discussed:1. Establish a Goal2. Create an Avatar3. Delegate(part 2) 4. Systemize5. Track Progress6. Deliver a "Wow" Experience7. Develop Your NetworkEVENT INFO: Upcoming Marketing/ Generating Referrals Workshop for our Practice Owners located in Gaithersburg, MD. It is Thursday and Friday March 24-25th from about 8 am - 5 pm the first day (then a happy hour), and about 8 am - 3 pm the second day.It is regularly $497to attend, but we can waive that for anyone you referand it will only be $97 (basically just to cover food cost - breakfast and lunch for both days). Email Vanessa at vanessa@practicefreedomu.com and mention SLPs wine and cheese for the discount!!