Child a fussy eater? Maybe not...

Sequential Oral Sensory approach to feeding

People often label children as fussy eaters, however they are describing a complex set of challenges the child faces. One of the approaches used to address these challenges is the Sequential Oral Sensory (SOS) approach to feeding. SOS is a rehabilitative program used for problem feeders or children with a restricted range of foods they are willing to eat. The goal of the program is to increase the child’s comfort level when trying new food by exploring and learning about the taste, texture, smell, and consistency of food. Learn more about SOS here

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