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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Marty Manning Talks Feeding Matters

Published by Feeding Matters on November 16, 2017

For more than 30 years, local radio legend Marty Manning has taken to metro Phoenix’s airwaves sharing traffic updates, breaking news and uplifting stories.

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My Favorite Resources on the Feeding Matters Website

Published by Shannon Goldwater on October 19, 2017

When I began this journey with my children years ago, I spent endless hours trying to navigate the system and determine which specialists I needed to connect with for treatment. Through my experience, I learned it can become a daunting process for a caregiver and is different depending on where you are located.

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Calling All NICU Parents!

Published by AstarteMedical on October 09, 2017

Calling all NICU parents! We are inviting you to participate in our survey because you understand the importance of proper nutrition and the role it plays in the growth and development of our children, especially preterm infants who need to grow in order to go home. Astarte Medical is focused on optimizing feeding, nutrition and care of these most vulnerable infants.

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My Radical Decision to End Feeding Therapy

Published by heatherjoy on October 06, 2017

After almost 10 years of trying to get my kids to eat, I decided to pull them out of feeding therapy. We have been going to weekly feeding therapy off and on since my son was 5 months old. We have seen therapists at our local hospital, therapists with years and years of experience, therapists two hours South of us, therapy at home.

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The Balancing Act: Caring for Your Self and Your Child, a 2-part virtual workshop series

Published by Feeding Matters on September 20, 2017

When your child has a pediatric feeding disorder, you suddenly become responsible for navigating your family through a complicated maze of healthcare providers, programs, food, medications, and procedures. The mountains of paperwork can be overwhelming, medical appointments can feel endless, and medications are numerous and constantly changing.

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