Feeding Disorders

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    Taxonomy Code: YF-3000.3110

    A condition seen in infants and toddlers that is characterized by avoiding eating or refusing to eat; limited food consumption; sucking; chewing or swallowing difficulties; choking or gagging while eating; vomiting after eating; difficulty weaning to solid foods; severe food selectivity; unwillingness to try food textures appropriate for age and development; disruptive behaviors at mealtime; and loss of weight or a significant failure to gain weight. Feeding disorders may be physical and/or psychological in origin and may be associated with premature birth, developmental disabilities such as autism or cerebral palsy, food allergies, metabolic disorders, or other anomalies.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    CENTER FOR PEDIATRIC FEEDING DISORDERSOffers a multidisciplinary approach to the assessment and treatment for pediatric feeding and swallowing disorders for children birth-18. The program offers multidisciplinary clinic evaluations and day patient care that includes individualized treatment, medical and nutrition management, and parent training/support.CENTER FOR PEDIATRIC FEEDING DISORDERSST. MARY'S HEALTHCARE SYSTEM FOR CHILDREN
    SWALLOWING, VOICE AND SPEECH SERVICESProvides evaluation and treatment for infants through geriatrics with feeding/swallowing concerns. Performs Video Swallowing Studies and FEES. Also provides specialized voice assessment and treatment for children including professional voice users such as singers, lawyers, teachers and others. Speech and language services available for adults and children(not receiving school service.SuffolkSWALLOWING, VOICE AND SPEECH SERVICESSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL

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