Orofacial Myology / Speech Therapy
If you haven’t been following our previous posts about cooking for low tone children, you might want to get caught up on Part 1 and Part 2. One of our goals in teaching about good feeding techniques and textures is to help parents work with their children on muscle development that can reduce the amount of time needed in speech therapy or orofacial myology. We want our kids to enjoy both eating and speech! We’ve already covered ideas based on texture and how to make healthy purees and baby foods at home, now let’s focus on solid food textures that have been modified for the picky eater.