It is thought that up to 50% of typically developing children and up to 80% of children with developmental difficulties have some kind of feeding problem (Phalen J.A., 2013).

When your child does not feed, eat or drink as you expect them too, it can be create a lot of mixed emotions, anxiety and frustration. It can also have a major impact on your daily routine, family functioning, wellbeing and your child’s health and development.

If you are worried about your child’s feeding, please call me to discuss and see whether they may benefit from an assessment.