Feeding Problems that Point to an OMD

Feeding Problems that Point to an OMD

Speech-Language Pathologist and Orofacial Myologist, Danielle Carey, explains what orofacial myofunctional disorders (OMDs) are and how you might be able to tell from your child’s feeding habits if they have one! Are they a picky eater, messy eater, chipmunking...
Introducing Your Baby to Purees

Introducing Your Baby to Purees

Pediatric feeding therapists, Dr. Sarah and Ms. Meg, team up to explain the power of purees! Watch to learn more about the window of opportunity for developing taste and texture preferences, and the immunity zone for preventing celiac disease and Type 1 diabetes....
Preparing Your Child for a Frenectomy

Preparing Your Child for a Frenectomy

In this video, SLP and Orofacial Myofunctional therapist, Danielle Carey, describes how we prepare a child for their frenectomy, how we explain it to them, and how we help you as parents with...
Signs Your Baby is Ready for Solid Foods

Signs Your Baby is Ready for Solid Foods

In this week’s video, Dr. Sarah Johnson explains 3 signs your baby is ready to try solid foods and she discusses important things to consider when picking and using a highchair during feeding! If you have any concerns about your infant’s development, reach...
Let’s Talk Chewing!

Let’s Talk Chewing!

Let’s Talk Chewing Our Speech-Language Pathologist and Orofacial Myologist, Anna Housman, talks about why chewing is important for both children and adults. She also showcases and demonstrates some of our favorite sensory chews from Ark Therapeutic. Shop Ark...