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Join Dr. Kay Toomey for her presentation: "A transdisciplinary program for assessing and treating children with feeding difficulties."

Hosted by Education in Nutrition, Dr. Toomey's presentation covers the development of the SOS Approach to Feeding; Picky Eaters vs Problem Feeders; the five basic tenants of the SOS Approach to Feeding; and the Dietitian’s value and role in the SOS Approach to Feeding.

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Join host Wilmari Myburgh and Dr. Kay Toomey as they discuss the complexity of eating and the causes of feeding problems.

In this episode, Dr. Toomey explains how cognitive shifts can contribute to problem feeding and when picky eating becomes a problem. She gives an overview of the Sensory-Oral-Sequential approach to feeding and explains the myths of eating. Dr. Toomey discusses the best first approach to feeding therapy and how to attend an SOS Training Conference. She also provides resources for listeners to connect with her and learn more about the SOS Approach to Feeding.

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Help for Parents of Picky Eaters

Tired of mealtime battles and feeling stuck serving chicken nuggets and hotdogs? In this episode, feeding therapist Dr. Kay Toomey shares wisdom about how to address picky eating by looking at the eating process in a whole new way.
In Episode 16, Dr. Mary Wilde speaks with Dr. Toomey about how to address picky eating by looking at the eating process in a whole new way.

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Interview with Vaish Sarathy, Ph. D. on Functional Nutrition and Learning for Kids

In Episode 98, Vaish Sarathy and Dr. Toomey discuss how to move your child with Down Syndrome beyond Purees. Please contact Dr. Wilde for other learning opportunities by visiting her podcast.

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Interview with Vaish Sarathy, Ph. D. on Functional Nutrition and Learning for Kids

In Episode #92, Dr. Toomey goes back to the basics and discusses the importance of postural stability and breathing when it comes to eating. Make sure to check out the free download.

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Interview with Michelle Dawson from First Bite: Fed, Fun, Functional

In Episode #46, Dr. Toomey sheds light on best practice regarding the term ARFID, gives functional advice on what terminology should be used instead, discusses the prevalence of food allergies amongst our “picky eaters”, as well as giving functional advice for those that want to make a jump from a different setting into treating pediatric feeding disorders. It’s a whirlwind of an hour, but an hour with Dr. Toomey that is absolutely mind expanding!

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Interview with Katie from Kids Cook Real Food - Part 1

Hear Dr. Toomey talk about the difference between Picky Eaters and Problem Feeders, and how kids get picky in the first place.

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Interview with Katie from Kids Cook Real Food - Part 2

Dr. Toomey and Katie had so much to talk about, it ended up being 2 podcasts. Listen to the second half here.

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Interview with Michelle Dawson from First Bite: Fed, Fun, Functional

In Episode #30, Dr. Toomey and Michelle discuss the SOS Approach to Feeding program, and how it teaches skills needed to eat in a bottom-up, tip-toe in the water of feeding. Great for therapists and parents who are worried about jumping two feet first into the water of feeding or dysphagia therapy, and tossing your patient/child into the deep in.

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Interview with Dr. Nicole Beurkens on the Better Behavior Show

Listen as Dr. Toomey and Dr. Beurkens discuss the challenges that parents face with picky eaters and problem feeders and how they can address and treat those issues. Dr. Toomey presents a thorough breakdown showing how and when feeding problems begin for children and sheds light on resolving these issues with proven methods through her SOS Approach to feeding.

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Dr. Toomey was also a part of the Kids Cook Real Food Summer Camp, where she gave a talk called Tips for Preventing Picky Eating in Preschool. You can watch it below.

 

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