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Feeding Resources

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Melanie Potock, MA, CCC-SLP, treats children birth to teens who have difficulty eating.  She is the author of 5 books on feeding children and offers live and video courses as well as a variety of social media platforms to educate both professionals and parents.  Melanie’s live and online courses for parents and professionals can be found at:

Ages and Stages, founded by Speech-Language Pathologist, Diane Bahr, MS, CCC-SLP CIMI hosts a website with courses, a blog, a monthly newsletter, and many resources helpful for therapists and parents, including free videos on infant feeding and mouth development

Feeding Matters is the first organization in the world uniting families, healthcare professionals, and the broader community to improve the system of care for children with pediatric feeding disorder through advocacy, education, support, and research.

Jenny Friedman • Dietitian. Solutions for kids with ASD + severe picky eaters - Eating in color. A multidisciplinary approach to picky eating and problem feeding.  Pediatric feeding therapists Natalie Kremer, M.A. CCC-SLP, Ashleigh Trato, MOT, OTRL, & Molly Stewart, M.A. CCC-SLP  have put together a gorgeous, comprehensive website to help parents make mealtimes fun and functional

Jenny McGlothlin, SLP and Katja Rowell, MD are the co-authors of two books based in the responsive feeding approach, and their website includes extensive blog posts, resources, and informative media as well as information about their books and downloadable PDFs to get families started.  Helping Your Child with Extreme Picky Eating: A Step-by-Step Guide for Overcoming Selective Eating, Food Aversion, and Feeding Disorders
Conquer Picky Eating for Teens and

Have an infant who is having difficulty? For a variety of excellent infant feeding videos check out:

Get Permission Institute Marsha Dunn Klein, the founder of the Get Permission Institute is the originator of the concept of responsive feeding. Pre-Feeding Skills: A Comprehensive Resource for Mealtime Development  written with Suzanne Evans Morris, was initially published in 1987 and continues to be central to OM teaching curriculums. Best of all, Marsha is an amazing, passionate and generous human and if you ever have the opportunity to take one of her courses and meet her in person, do it!

The First Bite podcast is an absolute DO NOT MISS when it comes to learning about IPP and all that goes into working with medically complex children with PFD as well as the nitty gritty of what it  means to work with this population within the EI setting. Michelle is as human and approachable as a person can be and her love for what she does and the families she serves shines right through the speaker and into the listeners heart! Listen and learn for free or buy a subscription to SpeechtherapyPD and get ASHA CEU’s.

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