“Can’t eat, won’t eat?”
Our feeding team consist of experienced therapists from: Speech & Language Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Sensory Integration Practice, Nutrition & Dietetics.
We work with families to help children overcome their feeding difficulties and develop their eating & drinking skills to their full potential. We can help with:
- Fussy / faddy eaters or children with selective diets
- Feeding difficulties associated with Autism
- Feeding difficulties associated with Down Syndrome
- Feeding difficulties associated with Reflux and other gut problems, such as constipation
- Baby feeding difficulties
- Food allergies and intolerance
- Sensory based feeding difficulties
- Overeating & undereating
- Food fear and food refusal
- Food obsessions
- Behavioural feeding difficulties
- Motor based feeding difficulties associated with neuro-developmental disability
- Respiratory based feeding difficulties associated with respiratory or heart conditions
Feeding difficulties are becoming increasingly common in children and, left untreated can have long term consequences for your child’s health and emotional well-being.
Whether your child can’t or won’t eat, here at Integrated Therapy Solutions our team are able to offer safe, effective and fun treatment programmes to help your child establish healthier feeding patterns and reduce the risk of long term feeding difficulties.
Always up to date with current international research and innovative techniques, our team will work with your child, your family and settings such as school or nursery, to ensure your child is able to reach their full potential for establishing safer, healthier feeding patterns.
SOS Feeding Therapy
We are pleased to run the SOS (Sequential-Oral-Sensory) Approach to Feeding Therapy. Following training provided by the programme designer, Dr Kay Toomey, our team are able to deliver this program in the UK.
We also run a therapist led, community based tube weaning programme, for children fed via nasogastric tube or gastrostomy. Download our tube-weaning information pack for details.
Free On-line Advice and Printables
If you are just starting out, and are looking for some some advice on weaning, fussy eating or other aspects of childrens' eating, there are some great websites that provide free advice and information. Try: