Feeding Intervention programs are developed for children who show signs of food selectivity and designed to expand their food repertoires, volume, texture, and other food-related problems.
Is your child a picky eater?
Pickiness is common in all children
Research shows that food selectivity often fails to resolve without intervention. Research indicates that the sooner an intervention can occur, the more likely good eating habits will be established and last.
Key identifiers of food selectivity:
Limited variety of food
Limited types of texture
Not eating enough
Gagging when given a new food
Vomiting when given a new food
Refusal of foods
Inappropriate mealtime behavior