A feeding group support program for children with sensory challenges with food or a limited diet. It aims to promote food exposure and help with picky eating. Each program is designed to run across one term .
An information session will provide essential information about the Mighty Munchers program as well as practical strategies to support positive mealtime experiences through play and gradual exposure. It is important that parents/carers attend this information session as it provides detail about the program and will enable you to gain the most from this program.
For more information, see the Mighty Munchers Information Session webpage.
See more information about the program here.
Parents or carers with children between 5-8 years with sensory challenges with food or a limited diet.
Term 2 2023: 6 sessions (45 mins each)
Parent Information Session (online): 4pm-5pm Wednesday 26 April 2023 (this information session is an essential part of the program)
Session 1: 4pm Monday 1 May
Session 2: 4pm Monday 8 May
Session 3: 4pm Monday 15 May
Session 4: 4pm Monday 22 May
Session 5: 4pm Monday 29 May
Session 6: 4pm Monday 5 June
All sessions will be held at the Berwick office, 26 Parkhill Drive, Berwick.
$789.77 (full program, including information session and progress report)
$30 (information session only - you can attend the information session in order to decide if the program is right for your child)
Commitment to the full program is required. Two weeks notice is required for cancellation.
To access this program or find out more enquire via our online form or phone at 1300 946 337.
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