Your Child’s Feeding Tube: Guides and Resources

Aimee Sharp
Author | Shield HealthCare
06/17/18  4:34 PM PST
young asian child with hidden feeding tube sitting outside on a blanket int heh grass, looking down with multiple colored balls around her. her family is adjusting to tube feeding a child at home.

Having a child on a feeding tube can mean a variety of emotions. You may be relieved that your child is getting the nutrition that they need to thrive. At the same time, you may be grieving that they cannot eat in a typical way all the time. You may also feel confused about how to take care of your child’s tube, what to do in emergency situations, or want to lean more about homemade formula. That’s where we come in. Check out our articles below that should help you navigate life with your child’s feeding tube. And be sure to order your copy of our Pediatric Tube Feeding Guide:

You can also find all our how-to articles and videos about bolus, gravity and pump feeding here:

G-tube information:

Information specific to other types of feeding tubes:

Information about tube feeding on the go:

Information about tube feeding complications:

More tube feeding resources:

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