The Feeding and Swallowing Clinic at Morrison Center is an interdisciplinary team that offers a child and family center approach to feeding and swallowing disorders for clients birth through age 18. We perform evaluations and determine the for need for therapy which can be provided individually or in a group. We work with an individual’s other providers to insure that all aspects of the their health and development are being considered. A child’s success is also based on the support from those around them, therefore we support the family as well as the individual child to empower caregivers through guidance, training and ongoing education. We are specifically trained in feeding therapy using the S.O.S (Sequential, Oral, Sensory) approach founded by Kay Toomey.