Posts Tagged Early intervention

Tubie Talk

By: Amanda Gordon, RD, LDN, IBCLC and Dan Frazier, RDN-AP, CNSC Parents feel fulfilled when they feed their children healthy foods.  Foods that are fresh, colorful and taste good.  Foods sourced from quality ingredients.  Food that are less processed and contain fiber and other nutrients that make

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How to Navigate Early Intervention for Nutrition

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Early Intervention (EI) is a state-run program that provides various services/therapies for children ages 0-3 years. The mission statement is “to assure that families who have infants and toddlers, birth to three, with diagnosed disabilities, developmental delays or substantial risk of significant delays receive resources and supports

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Early Intervention for Healthy Kids

Key to Early Intervention services (EI) for many children is nutrition therapy. In a typical month, four registered dietitians from Feed to Succeed see over 50 children through EI. Assisting these children under the age of 3 meet nutrition requirements to grow and thrive is crucial to

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Fighting for My Most Vulnerable Clients

When I first met Nixon Skenderi, he was 14 months old and only 12 lbs. In his short life, this little champ was already a miracle. Diagnosed with a rare type of Gaucher’s Disease at 6 months, Nixon was given up to three years to live. His

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