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Our article on evidence-based therapy for paediatric feeding disorders/ARFID/tube weaning was featured by the Association for Science in Autism Treatment (ASAT):
“We published the March 2022 issue of Science in Autism Treatment earlier this month.
In this month’s issue, Sheila Klick, MEd, BCBA and Dr. Mary Jane Weiss, highlight the importance of carefully searching for and selecting, evidence-based treatment options when children are experiencing feeding issues. While reviewing research by Taylor & Taylor (2021), the authors describe how current recommendations may not align with current research, and how parents can beware of adverse reactions to these treatment options.
To see the entire March issue of Science in Autism Treatment, please visit:…/science-in-autism-treatment_2022_03

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Dr. Tessa Taylor

Founder, Clinical Psychologist, Behaviour Analyst, Paediatric Feeding International

Paediatric Feeding International provides in-home intensive services and remote consultation for feeding/ARFID and tube weaning using the only well-established empirically-supported treatments for paediatric feeding disorders. We are dedicated to delivering high-quality services and supporting families through their journey. With our guidance and expertise, families can feel assured that their child receives the best care. A process previously exclusive to a few specific locations in the United States, Dr. Tessa Taylor now travels in order to bring the most advanced techniques across the world.

  • Backed by 50 years of evidence
  • Intensive, In-home
  • Tailored for your child and family
  • Works quickly (in days, weeks)
  • Gradual tube reduction
  • Wide variety of healthy foods
  • Teaches independent skills (utensils, cup drinking, chewing, medication)
  • Direct, high level of parent support and help
  • Meals away from home and with other caregivers
  • Funding available (NDIS, Medicare)
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