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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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Workshop Q & A: Feeding Issues in Substance Exposed Infant

Published by Feeding Matters on August 20, 2018

After our July 26 workshop on Feeding Issues in Substance Exposed Infants, Feeding Matters sat down with Joy V. Browne, Ph.D., PCNS, IMH-E (IV) to continue the conversation.

Feeding Matters: What are the three main take away points that you want people to leave with after viewing your workshop?

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Office Hours with Michelle Mastin, PhD: Intensive Feeding Therapy

Published by Feeding Matters on August 13, 2018

We know how hard it can be to get your questions answered by medical professionals, and we understand the struggle in determining the right next steps in your child’s feeding journey. 

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Houston New Moms Blog Discusses Pocketing Food

Published by Feeding Matters on August 06, 2018

Recently, parenting blog, Houston New Moms, collaborated with Feeding Matters and Ramya Kumar, a certified Speech Language Pathologist, to discuss why children pocket food in their mouths and how to know when it is a sign of a feeding issue.

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Volunteer Spotlight: Elisabeth Scott

Published by Feeding Matters on July 23, 2018

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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Conference Registration is Now Open!

Published by Feeding Matters on July 19, 2018

Registration is now open for Feeding Matters' 6th International Pediatric Feeding Disorders Conference (IPFDC)! 
 
This groundbreaking conference features intermediate and advanced level sessions on the evaluation and treatment of children with pediatric feeding disorders. Special events also include a welcome reception and a poster session on the latest trends and research.
 
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