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Capitals First! by Print Path: Using Play-Based Activities to Overcome Oral Defensiveness, Food Aversions & Texture Sensitivities

Most of the time I LOVE my job, and one of my all-time favorites is when I am able to help kids overcome oral defensiveness. It is so extremely satisfying when kids are able to eat and enjoy…

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Feeding / Oral Sensory Tools & Toys

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Favorite Spoons for Feeding Therapy

“Oral motor exercises may be implemented into your child’s therapy program for various reasons, whether it be to increase muscle tone and/or strength, stability, movement, or to increase overall awareness for feeding and/or speech production.  Often times these types of activities are recommended to build your child’s awareness of his mouth and how his tongue,…

Turning Oral Motor Exercises into Play

“Oral motor exercises may be implemented into your child’s therapy program for various reasons, whether it be to increase muscle tone and/or strength, stability, movement, or to increase overall awareness for feeding and/or speech production.

The Sequential Oral Sensory (SOS) approach is a developmental feeding therapy that allows the child to interact with the food in a playful, non-stressful way. It helps increase the child’s comfort level by exploring different properties of foods, including the color, shape, texture, smell, taste and consistency.

The Sequential Oral Sensory (SOS) approach is a developmental feeding therapy that allows the child to interact with the food in a playful, non-stressful way.

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