Holidays reminds me of fun at Grandma’s

Published by Epic Medical Solutions an Aveanna Company on Dec 02, 2019

The holidays reminds me of fun at Grandma’s house: playing with cousins, building with Tinker Toys, sledding so long that our mittens (and fingers!) were frozen solid, and decorating cookies.Read full post…

Volunteer Spotlight: Melissa Knight

Published by Feeding Matters on Nov 08, 2019

Feeding Matters Volunteer Spotlight is a monthly Q & A series that shares the stories of our growing network of change agents, the driving force behind our vision to createRead full post…

Poems and a Loss of Words

Published by Jeremiah Blue on Oct 29, 2019

“I made myself a snowball,” Sandra presents to her son Mason, rehearsing a Shel Silverstein poem he will recite for his third-grade class. Standing as tall as he can atRead full post…

Volunteer Spotlight: Dina Barnes

Published by Feeding Matters on Oct 25, 2019

Feeding Matters Volunteer Spotlight is a monthly Q & A series that shares the stories of our growing network of change agents, the driving force behind our vision to createRead full post…

Food Is Sensory: Post-Event Blog

Published by Marsha Dunn Klein on Oct 23, 2019

Post-Event Blog Is there a formal assessment that parents and healthcare professionals can use to help “grade the ask” for children who refuse to eat? Do you have any strategiesRead full post…

PFDA Quarterly Update

Published by Feeding Matters on Oct 10, 2019

Our Summer Town Halls are complete. We are pleased to report on pillar actions and committee achievements as we prepare for our digital ideation and symposium to be held inRead full post…

Introducing LACI: Learning Advanced through Collaborative Initiatives

Published by Feeding Matters on Sep 06, 2019

Feeding Matters’ newest program, the Professional Collaborative: LACI (Learning Advanced through Collaborative Initiatives), is a 6-month virtual learning experience for occupational therapists and speech-language pathologists in Maricopa County. Funded byRead full post…

Volunteer Spotlight: Gretchen Clavey

Published by Feeding Matters on Sep 04, 2019

Feeding Matters Volunteer Spotlight is a monthly Q & A series that shares the stories of our growing network of change agents, the driving force behind our vision to createRead full post…

Open Call for Abstracts: PFD Research Small Grant Program

Published by Feeding Matters on Sep 02, 2019

Feeding Matters is excited to introduce a small grant program to support the growing need for research on PFD. An initiative of Feeding Matters’ PFD Alliance Research Pillar, the smallRead full post…

Join Us October 3 for Arizona Biz Bash 2019

Published by Feeding Matters on Aug 28, 2019

Have you reserved your spot at the 13th annual Biz Bash? Join Feeding Matters, Be A Leader Foundation, and BOK Financial  on Thursday, October 3 at Phoenix’s coolest concert venue,Read full post…

Back to School Time!

Published by Alba Chester on Aug 20, 2019

Where did summer go? As store aisles go from patriotic flags to notebooks and pencils my stress level as a mother of three children with various Pediatric Feeding Disorders startsRead full post…

Volunteer Spotlight: Jennifer Casteix

Published by Feeding Matters on Aug 06, 2019

Feeding Matters Volunteer Spotlight is a monthly Q & A series that shares the stories of our growing network of change agents, the driving force behind our vision to createRead full post…

The Power of a Name

Published by Feeding Matters on Jul 22, 2019

This article is reposted with permission from Phoenix Business Journal. A smooth, perfectly plump firm apple sits in front of you. The skin is unblemished and the interior is firmRead full post…

Infant Allergy Awareness Month

Published by Feeding Matters on Jul 18, 2019

Food allergies in infants and children are becoming more prevalent. A new survey of 900 US moms (of children aged 0-1) and 100 US pediatricians took a look at theRead full post…

Volunteer Spotlight: Leslie Jackson

Published by Feeding Matters on Jul 09, 2019

Feeding Matters Volunteer Spotlight is a monthly Q & A series that shares the stories of our growing network of change agents, the driving force behind our vision to createRead full post…

Camp Responsibilities: Establishing Protocols to Prevent and Respond to Food-Allergic Reactions

Published by Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE) on Jun 25, 2019

It’s estimated that each year, more than 11 million children and adults attend a camp. Throughout the U.S., there are more than 12,000 day and summer camps, run by nonprofitRead full post…

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