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Chantelle Vella Nov 24
Replying to @theverbsblog
Agreed, if anything it has given me new insight. Definitely big overlap with which is one of my goals, but am also looking for ways to combine comms, nutrition and health promotion beyond this.
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Ridge Zeller Therapy Nov 6
Incorporating literacy with feeding therapy can be an engaging and fun way to meet therapy goals.
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Project Play Therapy, LLC Apr 27
Want to learn more about our ? Head on over to our Instagram and Facebook to see what his mom has to say about his success in feeding therapy. Way to go, friend!!!
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Chantelle Vella Aug 24
Don’t know if it’s a sign being Speech Pathology Week, but yesterday I received my first offer to study a Master of Speech and Language Pathology! Would love to connect with of Twitter! 🗣✨
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MetroEHS Sep 10
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icanhopefuture Sep 10
Play is how children learn. Playing, exploring, crafting, and building with food is a great way for your child to experience foods they’re not yet comfortable eating. .
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Shawn Brown Nov 4
Playing in food and with the smells deactivates senses that are in overdrive!
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thefeedingtrust Jul 10
We are proud to offer to children and young people with complex , largely free at the point of access.
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All Care Therapy GT May 19
Our SLPs don't just improve speech and language, they also help with eating difficulties! #pediatricpt#
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Protea Therapy Apr 10
A snap from a session, exploring new foods by smelling and licking 👅 . Food selections here were made for a little one who likes strong 🌶 flavours 💪🏼 @ Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
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Blue Bird Day Nov 20
If your child has difficulty trying new foods, it may be time to shake up the mealtime routine with something enjoyable. Namely, play time! Learn more:
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CommuniKids Jan 15
These tips can help reduce the pressure and fear of mealtime and encourage your child to try new foods!
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CHILDREN'S T.E.A.M. Nov 18
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A Therapy Connection Dec 18
Learn more about our Feeding Therapy program here 👉🏼  
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LondonDysphagiaCentre Sep 16
We love this simple graphic that shows the relationship between increasing and decreasing in and little ones! What foods does your child struggle with the most? Tweet us!
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KidSense Therapy Group, LLC Oct 6
Hispanic Heritage Month continues! We made arepas & read "Five Little Arepas" & "Arepas for Breakfast" working on reading comprehension & learning Spanish! Exploring new textures & tastes increases food inventory & tolerating new foods.
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Shine Pediatric Therapy Apr 23
Gabby and her assistant Mr. Panda are helping their friend work on building strong oral muscles and chewing. What are you working on with your therapist?
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Chris Callahan Apr 14
"Imagination is more important than knowledge" - Albert Einstein
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TalkTools Oct 11
We learn from our children. And the best thing we could learn from them is loving unconditionally.
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MetroEHS Aug 12
Let's give a 👍 or ❤️ for sweet little SUPERHEROES Kylie & Brystol! They are in front of our Dearborn location where we are ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS in the areas of , and , but we also offer & THERAPEUTIC !
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