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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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Christmas presents!

We are biased but we think that this beautifully illustrated book by Kirrili Lonergan Illustrator and written by Val Gent Let’s Eat- Feeding Therapy would be a wonderful book for any child aged 2-6 years of age.

The book is evidence-based and supported by the Satter Division of responsibility - a responsive World Health Organisation approach to attachment-based parenting. Want to know more?

Here is a little video about it

More details? Head to our website to purchase (and have it posted) or pick it up at our Lambton clinic: https://letseatfeeding.com.au/product/but-im-not-hungry-for-my-dinner/

If you're around local book stores, head in there and pick up a copy.

International followers can purchase it from Amazon, Book Depository and other online stores.
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She whispered quietly to herself- “Friday night takeaway does not have to be the same pizzas every week- it can be something that I love too”.

While it’s easier to always order foods you know your kids will eat, be brave- step out every once in a while.

I love a good poke bowl but my kids love pizza. So we take turns with deciding what we order on a Friday night.

The best thing about poke bowls is that you can assemble your own. Here is my 10 year old son’s version of his poke bowl- did he eat all of it? No, but he surprised us with his huge salad selection and we as adults had a delicious meal that we wanted to eat that night.

So I whisper to you- be brave, step outside the comfort zone, encourage your kids to be part of the ordering and share everything so wastage is minimal.
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Let’s Eat- Feeding Therapy1 week ago
For all feeding therapists nationwide seeking further training in paediatric feeding. Come join my colleague and I for our Feeding Masterclasses in 2022.
See you there, Val
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Let’s Eat- Feeding Therapy2 weeks ago
Such a helpful resource for anyone in need of crisis mental health support. Thanks The Hummingbird Centre
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Let’s Eat- Feeding Therapy2 weeks ago
This is one of my favourite Youtube bloggers to watch.

In this video, Amythest talks about the different types of stimming.

I know that learning from her, I'm very conscious now of observing if the stimming a child is doing is happy (or anxious) stimming, self-regulation stimming or sensory seeking stimming in feeding therapy.

I admit, I didn't appreciate all the variances and am so glad that autistic adults like Amythest are taking the time to educate neurotypical people.

- ASD and feeding masters study (loving the learning that I do every day)

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What is stimming? Why do Autistic people do it? What are some common stims among the Autistic population? What the heck is "proprioception"? Answers to all o...