Month: May 2015

A Bright Family Table Recipe: Chopped Salad

By Amy Foster, Developmental Therapist and mother of 4 Are your children hesitant to eat salad? Here is a quick tip: Chop it up! I discovered this worked with my four when they were very little. Scissors are one of

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A Bright Family Table Recipe: Pineapple Pops

Cut fresh pineapple into whatever size and shape you’d like Poke with a wooden skewer or cupcake pop stick (this is what is pictured) Place pops on a metal pan lined with wax paper and put in freezer Pineapple pops

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A Bright Family Table: Summer Snacks

By: Amy Foster, Developmental Specialist and Mother of 4 If your kids are like mine, snacking is a part of daily life. As soon as they get home from school they need something to tide them over until dinner. Sometimes

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Positioning and Tools for Feeding

Written By: Amy Foster, MS.Ed., Developmental Specialist & Liz McMahon, MA, CCC-SLP, Speech-Language Pathologist We were recently speaking with a parent about her child’s eating.  Her son accepts food from a spoon, but is very reluctant to expand or explore by touching

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