Thinking of homemade tube feeding formula for your child? There are benefits, but there are also risks and disadvantages. Here’s what you need to know.
The transition from tube feeding to eating by mouth can be a slow process. Do it right by taking it slow and enlisting the help of your healthcare team.
Most kids don’t get the amount or variety of vegetables they should. Here's how to help your child eat more veggies for optimal health.
February is American Heart Month. Should you eat a plant-based diet for heart health? Yes and here’s the why and the how.
Join us for this free webinar on Nutrition Management for Children with Developmental Disabilities. This webinar addresses feeding issues and nutrient needs
Watch videos showing how to use an Infinity feeding pump, Kangaroo Joey feeding pumps, how to use an enteral backpack, how to bolus feed and more.
In this edition of our enteral nutrition support newsletter, we address preparing your home for tube feeding, our upcoming webinar, ENFit and more.
Developmental disabilities can make it hard to meet a child's nutrition needs. Use this guide to identify some of the common nutrition-related issues.
Children on tube feeding are commonly fed via bolus method through a pump. What is the safest way to handle the bag between feedings?
There’s a lot to think about during a hospital discharge. Before you go home from the hospital, make sure your home is safe for home tube feeding.