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Feeding Therapy Services.

Monkey Mouths provides fun, professional and comprehensive feeding services tailored to your child’s individual needs.

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Our Approach

Monkey Mouths adopts a comprehensive approach to feeding therapy. Our speech pathologists and occupational therapists meticulously evaluate medical history, feeding skills, oral-motor abilities, dietary considerations, and behavioral aspects. We craft personalized plans for lasting feeding success.

Monkey Mouths Our Approach
Monkey Mouths Our Approach

Sensory Feeding

Sensory Feeding at Monkey Mouths addresses disorders impacting a child’s diet. Picky eating, often stemming from medical, developmental, or trauma issues, is tackled by our skilled therapists. We employ family-centered, sensory, and trust-based approaches. If your child shows signs of ARFID, we provide screening and collaborate with their medical team for comprehensive care.

Medical & Motor feeding

Medical Feeding challenges, known as dysphagia, impact a child’s safety and health. Symptoms like choking or refusal to eat signal a problem. We support tube feeding, oral feeds, and transitioning, ensuring optimal nutrition and family goals are met.

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Monkey Mouths Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation

Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation

NMES (Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation) at Monkey Mouths enhances safe swallowing by improving muscle strength. Our trained therapists use FDA-approved systems, like Vital Stim and Amp Care, ensuring it’s well-tolerated, even by infants. If your child exhibits signs of aspiration or swallowing issues, consult with our feeding therapist to explore the suitability of NMES.

Myofunctional Disorders & Lip/Tongue Ties

Discover Oromyofunctional Therapy (OMT) at Monkey Mouths, addressing tongue placement issues in rest, swallow, and speech. Our skilled speech pathologists evaluate and offer personalized re-patterning therapy for optimal oral functions.

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