Helping Kids with Feeding Problems

  • by: Nancy Crotti , Star Tribune Sales and Marketing
  • Updated: September 8, 2010 - 10:28 AM

When an infant or older child has difficulty with feeding, the whole family is affected, and fearful parents aren't sure how to help. Speech-language pathologists work in teams with other professionals to help children with feeding disorders thrive by reducing their sensitivity to textures and teaching children how to chew and swallow.

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