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    Quote Originally Posted by monnie24 View Post
    There is a program at memorial called lively eaters. Google it. You stay for a week.

    I would cut her milk out at that age and just offer water. And see how you go she might be too full from the milk but your her mum you know best good luck
    I couldn't stay any where as I have a son also

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    The paed you see might be able to give you a list of speech therapists to call and enquire about SOS feeding.

    You've often posted about feeding and your little one. Remember that all kids go through phases. Make an appointment to go back to the paed and talk over your concerns and whether you need to follow up further.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafsika View Post
    I couldn't stay any where as I have a son also
    Your son and husband stay too. If your husband wants too. Which is best.... As its a whole.

    So it works with doctors speech shrinks the lot

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    I saw a public paed who referred us to a dietician.

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    I would recommend an assessment by a multi-disciplinary team including speech pathologist, occupational therapist & dietitian specialising in paediatric feeding. The assessment process will determine the most appropriate therapy approach. You should be able to access these services through public health in your state. Good luck!

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    Hi,
    Your child and family health nurse would able to refer you to Marion GP Plus. GP Plus has most of the services you might need and is coverd by medicare. Go and talk with someone at Edwardstown Child and Family Health Centre. WCH also has really good team of professionals, might have bit longer waiting time than GP Plus.

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    Sorry I didn't see this earlier. I've contacted the flinders hospital and I'll be going through that. But I'll be talking to the health nurse also.


 

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