Feeding Therapy

Feeding therapy is provided by Occupational therapists or assistants (OT/OTAs) or Speech therapists or assistants (SLP/SLPAs) that have obtained additional training in the specialty of feeding therapy.

They use carefully chosen interventions to improve oral motor skills to reduce concerns like gagging, choking, or aspiration and improve the ability to chew and swallow. They also provide interventions that address concerns such as only eating a very limited number or type of food.

How can feeding therapy help?

Feeding therapy can help a client improve the numbers of foods they will eat and chew and swallow more safely.

FEEDING THERAPY TEAM

CASSANDRA (CASSIE) LEGGER
CASSANDRA (CASSIE) LEGGERSpeech-Language Pathologist, (M.S., CCC-SLP)
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KATRENA (KATIE) PRICE
KATRENA (KATIE) PRICEOccupational Therapist, (MS, OTR/L)
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MILDRED (MILLY) PANGILINAN-FLORES
MILDRED (MILLY) PANGILINAN-FLORESOccupational Therapist, (OTR/L)
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ERIN KAHOVER
ERIN KAHOVERCertified Occupational Therapy Assistant, (COTA/L)
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LAUREN KOTHE
LAUREN KOTHESpeech-Language Pathologist, (CCC-SLP)
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