Specializing in the
treatment of pediatric feeding disorders
Our feeding clinic is dedicated to correcting your child’s eating issues within the shortest time frame possible. We do this by using our experience and expertise while exercising the flexibility inherent to a smaller clinic. This allows us to offer effective solutions for the most complex of cases.
THE CLINIC HAS PERMANENTLY CLOSED.
The website remains for educational purposes.
What we do
For infants and children with complex feeding problems, our primary goals are to:
Facilitate increased food intake while decreasing refusal behaviors
Provide the necessary experience for children to learn to eat like their peers
Train parents to deal with
problematic feeding issues
How we do it
We strive to excel in all aspects and stages of feeding therapy:
We are constantly monitoring changes in your child’s feeding behaviors. When necessary, we will also make adjustments to your child’s protocol to provide the greatest chance of success.
Increasing volume of food consumption, variety, and texture. Improving feeding behaviors so that a child’s weight increases. Meeting nutritional, hydrational, and caloric needs as determined by a dietitian.
Parents are trained to implement the treatment protocol with 80% or better integrity. Training results in the ability to confidently feed your child without stress.
After successful completion of the feeding program we monitor your child’s progress to see if it is maintained or can be improved upon. We stay in close contact to ensure that problems that might arise are quickly resolved.
What our customers are saying
“There were days when I was tired and exhausted, but every single morning Ben would be there before I was, bright, and positive and encouraging, ready to feed my little one. And soon enough, within days the baby started to show dramatic improvement in appetite and eating and weight gain.”
“We found Ben and the Feeding Clinic of Los Angeles website on a Monday, met with Ben and relocated our family two hundred miles from home to start the program the following Tuesday. I am thrilled to report that today was our 17th day in the program and we will be going home tomorrow. ”