Emily Lively has worked within paediatric Speech Pathology since 2000. Over the last 18 years she has specialised in infant and paediatric feeding difficulties, working at both hospital and community clinic settings in country South Australia, the United Kingdom and metropolitan Adelaide. Emily has extensive experience working with non-oral children (tube fed), children with ASD and developmental delays and complex feeding relationships. She is currently completing a PhD exploring enteral tube feeding dependency and tube weaning - international practices, factors influencing success and parents’ experiences. Emily has published papers on the above topics, provides regular training workshops, has lectured in Paediatric Feeding at Flinders University and the University of Queensland and has presented at a range of national and international conferences. Emily is a co-founder of WHOLE Enteral Nourishment – an Australian made wholefood tube feeding formula which meets the FSANZ guidelines for Formulated Meal Replacement. Emily believes feeding on its own cannot be assessed or addressed without looking at the complex interaction between environment, behaviour, medical, sensory, motor, emotional/relational and developmental skill.