Feeding Therapy 

Sensory-Motor Feeding Therapy

Feeding therapy addresses pediatric feeding disorders using a sensory-motor approach. Evaluations and treatment plans assess and treat underlying sensory and motor issues related to feeding disorders and difficulties. All of our evaluations and sessions are conducted via home visits, with intensive parent training to ensure progress extends beyond therapy and into everyday life.

Pediatric Feeding Disorders 

Pediatric feeding disorder (PFD) is impaired oral intake that is not age-appropriate and is associated with medical, nutritional, feeding skill, and/or psychosocial dysfunction.

We work with babies and children with many unique needs including:

  1. Breastfeeding Difficulties

  2. Transitioning Breast to Bottle Feeding

  3. Selective “Picky” Eaters 

  4. Autism Spectrum Disorders

  5. Down’s Syndrome

  6. Dysarthria (weak muscle tone) 

  7. Apraxia

  8. Gagging/choking difficulties

  9. Neurological/ Oral-Motor Disorders