Frequently Asked Questions
My child won’t eat anything at all, I’m at the end of my rope, what can I do?
My child is still eating baby food and won’t accept any table foods/refuses all foods. What can I do?
Should I let me kid go hungry or be a short order cook?
Should I get more help? And, if so, where?
Getting professional help can seem like a scary step, but honestly, if you are thinking you might need to, I would highly recommend getting an evaluation. It’s just an eval, you aren’t committed to anything. If your child is under 3 and you are in the states, then definitely call your state’s free early intervention services. This is a total no-brainer. If your child is over three, they may qualify through your school district or private therapy, the latter of which you will need to clear with your insurance company first.
You can read more about what to expect in Feeding Therapy and Sensory Integration, plus how to and if you should set up an eval for your child.
And, if you’d like to work directly with me, then come join me inside one of my picky eating classes: Mealtime Works or Table Food School.
If you still a have question or comments about Your Kid’s Table content you can reach us at email@example.com
Please keep in mind that due to my occupational therapy license and Hippa restrictions I cannot give personalized and specific advice.
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