STUDYING THE ECONOMIC BURDEN ON FAMILIES

Published by Feeding Matters on Apr 10, 2018

Over the years, Feeding Matters has witnessed many insured families spend hundreds, and sometimes thousands, of dollars out of pocket to cover non reimbursed costs related to their child’s pediatricRead full post…

NATIONAL AUTISM AWARENESS MONTH

Published by Feeding Matters on Apr 02, 2018

April is Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) Awareness Month. Started nearly a quarter century ago by the Autism Society, National Autism Awareness Month is “a nationwide effort to promote autism awareness,Read full post…

FEEDING MATTERS NAMED BIZ BASH BENEFICIARY

Published by Feeding Matters on Mar 23, 2018

Have you heard? Biz Bash, CoBiz Financial’s signature event, has selected Feeding Matters as a 2018-2019 beneficiary! Known for putting the FUN into FUNdraising, Biz Bash combines music, mingling, aRead full post…

THE POWER OF TWO

Published by Feeding Matters on Mar 21, 2018

Parents of infants and children with pediatric feeding disorder may feel isolated and overwhelmed with the medical, emotional, financial, educational and social issues they face as they raise their child.Read full post…

EMOJIS, IPADS AND G-TUBES, OH MY!

Published by Jennifer Wilson on Mar 14, 2018

This article is reposted with permission from The ASHA Leader Blog. Have you ever tried to imagine feeding and swallowing treatment from a young child’s perspective? You might remember earlyRead full post…

KEEPING AN EYE ON YOUR CHILD’S OVERALL DEVELOPMENT

Published by First Things First on Mar 12, 2018

While every child develops at their own pace, there are certain milestones they should reach from birth to 5 years old in how they play, eat, learn, speak, behave andRead full post…

National Nutrition Month

Published by Feeding Matters on Mar 05, 2018

Every year, the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics supports a nutrition education and information campaign called National Nutrition Month®. National Nutrition Month® encourages research through credible, scientific-based food and nutritionRead full post…

TOGETHER WE CAN DO SO MUCH

Published by Debbie Simons on Feb 27, 2018

“Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.” –Helen Keller Growth is something that most nonprofits strive for, regardless of their size. Small nonprofits want toRead full post…

CONGENITAL HEART DISEASE + PEDIATRIC FEEDING DISORDER

Published by Renee Bergeron on Feb 15, 2018

For February, a time known for American Heart Month, National Wear Red day, and Valentine’s Day, Feeding Matters welcomes guest contributor Renee Bergeron, author of Little Earthling Blog. A momRead full post…

WHY I GIVE: SETTING THE BAR FOR EXCELLENCE

Published by Kristen French on Feb 10, 2018

It seems like non-profits have been asking me to donate for as long as I can remember. Whether I was stopped by a stranger asking for spare change outside ofRead full post…

WHY I AM FIRED UP ABOUT NUTRITION – FEEDING TUBE AWARENESS WEEK 2018

Published by Traci Nagy on Feb 06, 2018

As the 8th Annual Feeding Tube Awareness Week begins, Feeding Matters is honored to welcome guest blogger and constant supporter Traci Nagy. Traci is the Founder of Feeding Tube AwarenessRead full post…

MEET ZOE

Published by Feeding Matters on Jan 22, 2018

At 3 months old, Zoe began showing signs of pediatric feeding disorder – refusing to eat, arching her back, screaming, and crying at mealtimes. Her parents were desperate for help.Read full post…

A DAY IN THE LIFE… BRENDA

Published by Feeding Matters on Jan 12, 2018

Many people are unaware of the impact of pediatric feeding disorder. Today, Brenda shares her son’s daily feeding schedule. James, age 3, has an undiagnosed pediatric feeding disorder and reliesRead full post…

WAYS TO SERVE

Published by Feeding Matters on Jan 04, 2018

With the start of a new year, we are energized to continue our work advocating for a functional system of care for children with pediatric feeding disorder, knowing it isRead full post…

Feeding Infants with Recessed Jaw or Retrognathia at Breast or with Bottle

Published by Allyson Goodwyn-Craine on Jun 10, 2017

Infants with recessed jaw/ retrognathia present with unique feeding challenges and are sometimes misdiagnosed with ankyloglossia or tongue tie. This is of particular concern, because in some cases a frenulectomyRead full post…

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