Pediatric Feeding Teletherapy
Based in Colorado Springs, Colorado
Serving Children with Feeding and Swallowing Difficulty in Colorado, California, Texas, Illinois, Maryland, DC, New York and Virginia.
Proudly providing virtual feeding therapy services to families in select areas of the United States. TeleBites was founded by a Pediatric Speech Pathologist and Feeding Specialist with a background in treating children with feeding and swallowing impairment age birth through adulthood. Our licensed and credentialed pediatric feeding specialists bring our expertise to the safety and comfort of your home.
Feeding disorders treated at TeleBites Virtual Feeding Center include:
Coughing and Choking
Sensory Based Feeding Disorders
Oral Motor Deficits
Cleft Lip and Palate
Tube Feeding Dependency
Neurological Disorders and Developmental Delay
Difficulty Transitioning to New Textures
Poor Suck and Swallow in Infants
Premature Infant Follow up
Hospital Discharge Follow Up
Does my child have a pediatric feeding disorder (PDF)?
Feeding and swallowing impairment in children is one of the most challenging things that parents will ever experience. Find out what is normal and when to get help from a feeding specialist.
Characteristics of pediatric feeding disorders:
My child will only eat a few specific foods
My child frequently gags or vomits when presented with certain foods
My child spends an average of 45 minutes or more to finish a single meal
I have to coax, bribe, or threaten punishment to get my child to eat
My child coughs or seems to be choking while eating or drinking
My child holds food in their mouth for a long time before swallowing
My child is struggling to gain weight
My child is refusing to take their bottle or breast feed
My child will put food in their mouth and begins to chew it, but then takes or spits it out
My child will only eat specific brands of their favorite food
I am overwhelmed with how challenging it is to feed my child
If your child is exhibiting any of these behaviors, we recommend booking a consultation to see if your child may have a pediatric feeding disorder