If you’re having trouble getting your kid to eat or if he’s struggling with sever food aversion, then he may need to see an occupational therapist. In this video I talked to Tammy Bishop, an occupational therapist and feeding specialist who has the answers you need on whether you need to seek out an OT.
In this video you’ll learn everything you need to know about when you should seek out an occupational therapist for your child’s feeding issues.
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Check out our other videos:
- Picky Eating Help: Advice from an Occupational Therapist [Part 1]
- Picky Eating Help: Advice from an Occupational Therapist [Part 2]
- Picky Eating Help: Advice from an Occupational Therapist [Part 3]
- Why You Shouldn’t Force Your Kids To Eat Everything Off Their Plate
- Why You Should Cook With Your Kids And Change Mealtime Locations