Do you know a Picky Eater

or Problem Feeder?

  • Refuses to eat an entire category of food (i.e. color, texture, nutrition group)
  • Eats less than 20 foods
  • Decreased range or variety of foods
  • Difficulty weaning off baby food and accepting table food
  • History of traumatic choking or reflux incidents
  • Crying or arching back during meals
  • Family meals feel like battles
  • Consistently refuses to touch or taste new foods

How we can help:

dots4peds provides occupational therapy services to children with feeding challenges using the SOS (Sequential-Oral-Sensory) treatment approach. The SOS feeding approach is grounded in stages and skills of feeding found in typically developing children. Children will participate in "Food School", a therapeutic group dedicated to helping kids learn how to eat new foods through play and systematic desensitization during structured meals.