Tricia Finkbeiner, Occupational Therapist, Baulkham Hills NSW
21 August 2018
Does the idea of meal time cause your heart to start beating fast and your palms to get sweaty? Do you know that the first words out of your child’s mouth will be “yuck”?
Is the thought of another meal time unpleasant? Do you have adult food and child food?
When you have a picky eater and the idea of meals is tricky because the sight or smell of food turns your child off or sends him running out of the room, then meal time tends to be a dreaded time of day.
Or have you found strategies that have allowed this process to be less stressful?
If you answered yes to the above questions then check out all 5 tips by reading the full article on our dedicated eating behaviour website.
Occupational Therapist, Baulkham Hills NSW
Tricia has over 20 years of experience in paediatric Occupational Therapy, including working in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Paediatric Intensive Care Unit, general hospital populations, private practice, schools, preschools and home based settings. She has also previously been the oral motor skills co-ordinator at a clinic in Boston.