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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Video Blog: Meet Lucy

Published by Feeding Matters on June 25, 2018

At about six months old, Lucy’s parents, Garrett and Jake, decided to begin feeding her simple solid foods like rice cereal and formula. To her parent’s surprise, the first time Lucy tried solid food she screamed and resisted. The only way to calm her was to completely remove the food from her mouth. And this was just the beginning.

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Volunteer Spotlight: Andrea Wallace

Published by Feeding Matters on June 18, 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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Save the Date: 2019 International Pediatric Feeding Disorder Conference

Published by Feeding Matters on June 11, 2018


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Feeding Issues in Substance Exposed Infants

Published by Feeding Matters on June 04, 2018

With the national increase in substance use, the resulting impact on infants and young children is immense. Not only does it affect them medically and developmentally, but also it affects their relationship with their primary caregiver.

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Introducing Feeding Matters Professional Collaborative

Published by Feeding Matters on May 30, 2018

Created to transform the local systems of care in communities across the United States, Feeding Matters’ Advocacy and Early Intervention Model (AIM) brought together more than 28 community partners interested in establishing replicable norms for identification, early intervention, and healthcare reimbursement for children with pediatric feeding disorde

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