Feeding Disorders

The organization has developed a comprehensive and unique program to address problems related to the management of feeding dysfunction in children. The program is committed to high quality interdisciplinary care delivered in a cost-effective manner; to the teaching of health professional and to research related to feeding disorders. Pediatric feeding disorders and eating problems are caused by a number of direct and indirect factors, including medical, oral-motor, sensory, appetite, and behavioral problems. The intent of this program is to offer our patients and their families a structured, therapeutically appropriate environment that is customer focused. It encompasses all of their medical, psychosocial, and rehabilitative needs. Services are offered through The Feeding Clinic, Feeding Day Treatment, inpatient evaluations and outpatient services.

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Outpatient appointments and program referrals can be made by calling 410-367-2222.