1. Children will explore 10 different foods in the following categories: fruits/vegetables, proteins and starches.
2. Children will pick up novel foods and learn how to comfortably taste them 90% of the time.
3. Provide the family with effective strategies to improve feeding experiences at home and in the community.
Children will be taught concepts based on the SOS Approach in order to help expand food range, improve oral motor skills, and develop socially acceptable feeding behaviors.
Each day children will be in engaged in safe food exploration in a comfortable, sensory supportive and social environment.
Two occupational therapists trained in the SOS Approach will lead the program.
A parent education/information session will conclude at the end of the camp week.