Feeding Matters’ Power of Two parent-to-parent mentoring program is an essential link for many parents whose kids are struggling to eat. Often, parents of children with feeding struggles feel dismissed by their medical providers, or they feel that feeding struggles are a result of something they, as a parent, are doing wrong.
Through Power of Two, Feeding Matters connects parents with a trained parent mentor who has also experienced pediatric feeding struggles with their child. The mentors are matched based on their type of feeding struggles experience and talk with the new parent to listen and validate their concerns, direct them to Feeding Matters web resources, or help make sense of tests and treatments.
Feeding Matters would like to thank The Board of Visitors and Once Upon A Time Foundation for recently supporting the Power of Two program. Both of these organizations have been generous partners with Feeding Matters for years, and we feel fortunate to collaborate with them. If you are interested in learning more about the Power of Two parent-to-parent support program, or if you are looking to participate, please continue to the Power of Two page.