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A child is considered a picky eater if he/she only eats a specific texture (for example: only crunchy foods, only pureed textures), eats from only 1-2 food groups (limited to no meats and vegetables), has a limited diet, resists trying new foods, and/or eats only one color of foods (for example: french fries, chicken nuggets, macaroni and cheese, cheese sticks are all yellow in color). A sensory, behavioral, and/or oral-motor approach to feeding disorders can be provided by a Speech Language Pathologist or Occupational Therapist.
Tri-County Therapy has several therapists trained in the SOS (Sequencial Oral Sensory) Approach to Feeding. Learn more about the SOS Appraoch here: https://sosapproach-conferences.com/about-us/the-sos-approach/