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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Today is Not Forever

Published by Maria'sMom on September 05, 2017

When you’re a parent, family member, or caregiver for a child with feeding difficulties—especially when feeding difficulties are only one of myriad challenges, and especially when your child is very young—today can seem like forever. Today can seem like the rest of your life. Today can seem like an impossible mountain to climb. You might feel like you can’t do it. It’s too hard. There’s too much. Take it from me – today is not forever.

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Back To School

Published by Kristi Meyer on August 24, 2017

It is back to school time and tomorrow morning, bright and early, I plan to head to my children’s school three days before classes actually begin. I have scheduled a meeting regarding my son’s 504 medical plan with his new teacher, the school nurse, and the principal.

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Economic Impact Study

Published by Feeding Matters on July 27, 2017

We know that being the parent or guardian of a child with a pediatric feeding disorder requires out-of-pocket spending. But, we dont know how much it actually costs – no one has measured this yet.

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Upcoming Virtual Workshop

Published by Feeding Matters on July 17, 2017

Join Feeding Matters on Thursday, August 10, 2017 from 7:00 – 8:00 pm ET for Fostering Collaborative Care: Parent & Provider Perspectives, a virtual workshop..

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Get to Know Us: Nadine Tschida, Summer Programs Intern

Published by Feeding Matters on June 21, 2017

Hello everyone! I'm so pleased to intern at Feeding Matters and be a part of their phenomenal work. I am a graduate student at the University of Arizona college of Public Health. Currently, I have completed my first year of the Maternal and Child Health concentration within the Family and Child Health program. My passions lie in early childhood development and serving maternal and child populations.

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