Eating is a reflex until we’re six months of age. After that point, eating is a learned behavior that’s shaped by a child’s sensory-motor skills and experiences. Although only 3% of children have a strictly behavioral feeding issue, feeding therapy is often necessary to correct feeding behaviors.
We know the stress and strain feeding disorders can cause for your family. Instead of greeting mealtimes with stress and fear, feeding therapy helps your child find joy in eating again.
And feeding therapy doesn’t just help your child. As a parent, you no longer have to worry about the effects of your child not eating. Stop worrying about your child’s well-being and enjoy vacations or child-centered activities again.