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Feeding Clinic

At the Feeding Clinic, we work one-on-one with children with feeding difficulties. Working with the family, we offer guidance and support to develop feeding skills and positive mealtime experiences. 

Feeding Clinic for Children with Dysphagia

Dysphagia is a condition that affects a person’s ability to swallow food or liquids. Dysphagia can put children at risk of aspiration and malnutrition. At the Feeding Clinic, we focus on developing feeding skills, adapting food and fluid textures, and  equipping parents with strategies to support their child.

 

Find out more about the Feeding Clinic for Children with Dysphagia

Feeding Clinic for Children with ARFID, Food Aversions or Food Phobia

For some children mealtimes are a difficult - even distressing - experience. Children may have a sensory aversion to certain food, or have had negative early feeding experiences. This can lead to restricted food choices, fear of food, and difficult mealtimes. At the Feeding Clinic, we help families and children to understand their relationship with food and develop positive strategies to support children with their restricted eating. 

Find out more about the Feeding Clinic for Food Aversions

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