Posts Tagged tube feeding

Check out our latest article, published 3/4/21 in Building Blocks for Life!

Betsy and Amanda, in conjunction with feeding therapist Ellie Trefz, and dietitian Dan Frazier, are featured in this month’s publication of the AND PNPG newsletter! Click the link to download the PDF for more info! PNPG Case Study Article

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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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Giving Back to the Community

Giving back to the community

Muscular dystrophy, a group of genetic diseases that leads to the weakening and loss of muscle mass, is a condition that is close to my heart. It’s something I have worked closely with in my career and seen firsthand its impact it has on its families. That’s

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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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Specializing in Nutrition for Feeding Tubes

Instinctual in every parent, especially mothers, is a deep-seated desire to feed their children. For parents of children with feeding tubes, this need is just as strong but a lot more complicated. On an average week, I see two to three patients with feeding tubes, and for

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