Our blog is focused on the issue of pediatric feeding struggles. Feeding struggles are complex, extremely varied, and affect more than just the child. You can expect to see posts from feeding experts, parents who have walked the walk, and of course, us here at Feeding Matters.

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Volunteer Spotlight: Jill Maruca

Published by Feeding Matters on February 28, 2019

It is with deep appreciation for the time, commitment, and passion of our dedicated advocates and volunteers that Feeding Matters is launching a monthly Q & A series. They help with events, participate on committees, and coach in our Power of Two program.

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February is American Heart Month

Published by crogers on February 20, 2019

February is American Heart Month, and at Feeding Matters, we are constantly striving to raise awareness about pediatric heart conditions and their relationship to feeding struggles. Below, you will find some statistics about congenital heart defects, according to the CDC:

Number of U.S. Babies Born with CHDs

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Update from your Pillar Chairs

Published by Feeding Matters on February 15, 2019

Your voice has been heard!

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Taking A Proactive Approach in Identifying Delayed Developmental Skills

Published by First Things First on January 23, 2019

While every child develops at their own pace, there are certain milestones they should reach from birth to age 5 in how they play, eat, learn, speak, behave and move.

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Volunteer Spotlight: Dr. Jaime Phalen

Published by Feeding Matters on January 16, 2019


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