Is your child struggling when it comes to feeding time? Are you looking for ways to improve your child’s feeding abilities so that you can keep them healthy and on track in their development? At our http://www.dotcommommies.com/, Stacey Miller, SLP is here to help you and your child practice new approaches to feeding and work on ways to make feeding more successful for you and your child. In many cases, issues with feeding time stem from behaviors that have become the norm.
At our http://www.dotcommommies.com/, we will teach your child more positive mealtime behaviors so that the experience will be better for everyone involved. Reinforcing these positive behaviors both in and out of Stacey’s office can make a huge difference in how your child thinks about and responds to your feeding time routines. Many of the struggles that parents have involving feeding abilities is that they feel their child’s abilities are not corresponding with others their age. Stacey Miller is here not only to help your child make improvements in the feeding abilities, but also to give you the education you need as a parent to learn how to best support and encourage your child. Providing a positive environment makes all the difference when it comes to shaping new efficient and successful feeding behaviors at mealtimes. Stacey can also evaluate how the mechanics of your child’s mouth and the other surrounding structures involved with eating are affecting their ability to eat properly. We are here to provide comprehensive treatment in a supportive and friendly setting.
If you would like to learn more about how Stacey can be of assistance to you and your child, we encourage you to visit our http://www.dotcommommies.com/ main website to look through some additional information about all of our services and about our practice as a whole. If you have any specific questions or concerns that you would like cleared up, do not hesitate to contact us at 646-525-4817 for assistance. We look forward to working with you and hope to see you and your family at our Manhattan speech therapy practice soon.