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Founded by Valerie Gent, Let's Eat! Feeding Therapy is a Newcastle based Private Paediatric Feeding intervention service for babies and children from birth to adolescence.

Feeding difficulties in babies and children can be very stressful for parents as well as their child. The goal of Let's Eat! is to empower the family to be able to understand and respond to the feeding difficulties their child may present with. Treatment is clinic based but home and school visits can be arranged with an additional travel fee.

The team at Let's Eat is passionate about feeding difficulties, we love working with families in a practical and team focused way.

We look forward to working with you too!

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Let’s Eat- Feeding Therapy2 days ago
“Mum I’m hungry!”

Great snack ideas from Susie Burrell - Dietitian/Nutritionist
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Let’s Eat- Feeding Therapy3 days ago
Big shout out to Sister Sensory who is now stocking our books. Head there and get a copy along with any sensory tools you might need. Thanks Narelle - love small businesses supporting local authors x Val
https://sistersensory.com.au/product/but-im-not-hungry-for-my-dinner/
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Let’s Eat- Feeding Therapy1 week ago
Today I spent 2 hours running a masterclass for feeding therapists on food chaining to build food variety in children under Feeding Therapy Australia - my second business (supporting therapists Australia wide).

And meanwhile my Let’s Eat! team Ashleigh and Laura had parents kicking ⚽️ feeding goals with new foods eaten in lockdown.

Telehealth is not “second” to face to face- regardless of lockdown our clients are achieving amazing things with building food variety and working towards ultimate goals of meat and vegetables.

Theory in practice. After spending all day supporting therapists - I’m beyond proud to see my therapists making positive changes in little children’s lives. ⚽️ 🥅 ⭐️ #soproud #feedingtherapyworks

Ps- thank you to Laura’s patient for this gorgeous photo and video 😍 the best part was hearing the joy in mum’s laugh!
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Let’s Eat- Feeding Therapy2 weeks ago
Suzanne Evans Morris is one of the feeding gurus in paediatric feeding. She has helped pioneer the area for us in Speech Pathology not just in America and Australia but around the globe.

So you can imagine how I felt when she wrote the most amazing review on my book - "But I'm NOT Hungry for my Dinner!".

Thank you Suzanne, I'm still pinching myself with your review - thank you from the bottom of my heart x

The book can be found here: https://letseatfeeding.com.au/product/but-im-not-hungry-for-my-dinner/ or online and at good local book stores in the Hunter region.

And if you want to know more about one of our gurus in feeding, here is her website: https://www.new-vis.com/
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Let’s Eat- Feeding Therapy2 weeks ago
Yesterday was the final session of our parent fussy eating group - and what a wonderful group it has been! After 4 sessions spread over 8 weeks, I have to say a big thank you to all of the wonderful parents who attended, shared their goals, concerns and successes and graciously embraced the power of telehealth!

At Let’s Eat! We hear from families all the time that being able to speak to, relate to, and empathize with other families is so beneficial. I have loved celebrating the successes with you all.

Our take home message yesterday was that no matter how challenging things are, always remember the things your child is doing well! Your child is so much more than what they eat and your success as a parent is not defined by your child’s eating.

Parents, please feel welcome to contact our team to register your interest for future groups - we would love to have you.

Take care,
Ash