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December 10th, 2007, 03:29 PM
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http://php.scripts.psu.edu/dept/iit/hbg/ab...07-FoxxBook.php

This book was written by the Dr. that is treating my dd for her feeding disorder. In 6 months, we progressed from baby food to ground and chopped table food, off of a regular spoon, and went from a sippy cup to an open cup with no problems. Right now we are starting to focus more on the chewing aspects, had an appointment for that this past Friday, and will hopefully make some progress.

I have not looked to see where you can get this book, but I know it will be an excellent resource, as Dr. Williams has already helped us so much. What is even better, is most of it we did on our own. We have been to 2 visits with him and just applied his approach and were able to see amazing progress
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December 15th, 2007, 04:28 PM
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This book was written by the Dr. that is treating my dd for her feeding disorder. In 6 months, we progressed from baby food to ground and chopped table food, off of a regular spoon, and went from a sippy cup to an open cup with no problems. Right now we are starting to focus more on the chewing aspects, had an appointment for that this past Friday, and will hopefully make some progress.

I have not looked to see where you can get this book, but I know it will be an excellent resource, as Dr. Williams has already helped us so much. What is even better, is most of it we did on our own. We have been to 2 visits with him and just applied his approach and were able to see amazing progress[/b]

thank you for the link! I am having issue's w/ my baby not wanting anything crunchy.. he will only eat baby food, and he is 18 months. He has a visual impairment due to Albinism.
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December 17th, 2007, 09:50 AM
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I know how rough that is. We didn't get my dd off of baby food until she was 5. I hope this helps.
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