Kristen had great ideas for presenting familiar and new foods to increase interest in the foods. Kristen has modeled great skill sand ideas for working with my son. Kristen’s presence truly helped me to decrease my anxiety over my son’s feeding issues. My son was always so thrilled to see her.
Kristen is truly great at what she does. She helped with so many aspects of my son’s “sensitivities” from feeding issues to trying on new shoes! She needs no improvement! Kristen provided support to our family in many ways.
When Kristen started working with our son, he was in the 0% for weight. At his 3rd birthday he is slightly about 50%. I am delighted that my child has been able to reach the 50% for weight and be open to new foods so that he is more typical in his eating AND hope that in the near future he will be able to truly eat like a typical 3 year old without so much coaching!
Questions about Nutrition Therapy? Read our FAQs.
Does My Child Need Nutrition Therapy?
A Registered Dietician (RD) is certified by the Commission on Dietetic Registration, the credentialing agency for The American Dietetic Association. Passionate about nutrition and wellness, your Registered Dietician is an advocate of early and aggressive nutrition therapy. RDs may look at how nutrition plays a role in your child’s development. They work to ensure that nutrition is an integral part of managing symptoms and promoting wellness for children. The Registered Dietician works as part of the highly experienced multi-disciplinary team who works with children and families to treat feeding, growth, and malnutrition concerns and disorders.
Nutrition Therapy for Children from 0-3 Years Old
At TEIS, our focus is on early intervention for children from 0-3 years old. With a practical approach to care, a Registered Dietician focuses on meeting the individual needs of children and families by putting them at the center of care. Your RD performs a comprehensive nutrition assessment, plans and implements a nutrition intervention program, and evaluates your child’s progress throughout his or her time in early intervention. Your Nutrition Therapist is there to support you as a parent too, so that you can better help your child participate in all the activities and routines of daily life.
Frequently Asked Questions about Nutrition Therapy for Children
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