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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.

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

Areas Targeted within Feeding Therapy

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Parent training is incorporated and treatment is generalized to the home environment, for an end goal of accepting a variety of food, eating together with the family, and increasing the overall nutritional value of meals.

Expanding food and liquid variety

Chewing

Self-feeding

Increasing Volume

Use of utensils

Reduction of vomiting

Cup drinking

Evidence-based feeding intervention utilizing the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is the only intervention that has PROVEN to be effective through research and replication.

 

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