Pediatric Feeding Disorders Inpatient Program

The Children’s Advocate: What Parents Can Do to Curb a Finicky Foodie?

February 24, 2014
Tips to help overcome picky eating feature insights from Kennedy Krieger’s Feeding Disorders Program

Sure, picky eating is normal. But parents can take steps to make sure that the “picky eating stage” is less likely to follow their children into adulthood. Read more.

Kennedy Krieger Institute Awarded Three-Year CARF Accreditation

June 12, 2014

BALTIMORE, MD— CARF International announced that Kennedy Krieger Institute has been accredited for a period of three years for the following CARF program areas:

Is It Picky Eating or Something More?

November 13, 2013
Kennedy Krieger’s Pediatric Feeding Disorders Program helps children overcome feeding problems.

Catering to a child who is a picky eater is like being a short-order cook: chaotic. Dinnertime becomes a war zone, leading to hopeless battles fought over vegetables and macaroni and cheese.

Feeding Disorders Program Fundraiser: A Taste of Greece

Mar 8 2013 - 5:00pm - 9:00pm

Location:

Acropolis Restaurant
4718 Eastern Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21224

About The Event:

All proceeds will benefit families in the Kennedy Krieger Feeding Disorders Program who have difficulty covering some of the costs incurred during their admission, such as blenders, car seats, transportation, and lodging. 

Kennedy Krieger Expert Offers Ways to Distinguish Between Picky Eating and a Pediatric Feeding Disorder

September 19, 2011

September 19, 2011 (Baltimore, MD) -- Catering to a child who is a picky eater is like being a short-order cook: chaotic. Dinnertime becomes a war zone, leading to hopeless battles fought over vegetables and macaroni and cheese.

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