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For families and care providers of children with a pediatric feeding disorder

Find relevant information

For families and care providers of children with a pediatric feeding disorder



Pediatric Feeding Disorder (PFD)

Pediatric Feeding Disorder may occur in infants and children at any age. Your child may have a pediatric feeding disorder if he or she is having problems drinking liquids (such as breastmilk or formula), or eating food safely and comfortably.


FAQ: Oral feeding vs Tube feeding



Depending on the reason and severity of an eating, feeding and swallowing disorder, some children may be able to continue eating by mouth (oral feeding) while other children may need a feeding tube put into their bodies to make sure they get enough food (tube feeding). The main goals of treatment will be to help your child to eat and swallow safely while getting good nutrition.

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Website Tour: For Families

Website Tour: For Families

There are a lot of great resources and information on the PEAS website for parents and caregivers. Watch this short video to help you know where to begin.

For Families

Website Tour: For Providers

Website Tour: For Providers

Feeding and swallowing is a complex area of practice. This brief tour can help you know what resources are available on the PEAS website to support you and the families you care for.

For Providers

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