Children can benefit from feeding therapy to help learn about new foods. The goal of feeding therapy is to increase the number of foods that your child will eat by increasing their comfort with trying new and non-preferred foods. The foods you try in therapy may not end up being your favorite foods, but will serve as the foundation to trying new foods in the future.
Things to know about feeding therapy:
Feeding therapy not only includes the work you do at therapy, but also emphasizes work at home, where most meals occur. Here are a few things you can do at home if you are concerned about your child’s feeding:
If you are concerned about your child’s picky eating or trouble feeding, talk to your pediatrician and consider making an appointment with us at A2 Therapy Works!
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