Pediatric feeding therapy

[Please note that we are currently placing new clients on a priority list for feeding therapy. Insurance patients must have their pediatrician fax their referral to be placed on the priority list]

We use the Sequential Oral Sensory (SOS) Feeding therapy approach to help children increase their comfort with a variety of foods through play. The SOS Approach engages children in activities to create a fun learning environment while exposing them to the important nutrition groups: proteins, starches, fruits and vegetables.

GO Therapy is committed to excellence in service by offering this evidence based program with strategies and techniques that have proven to be effective in numerous research studies. We will team up by involving you and your family in therapy sessions wherein we will help you understand the “why” of what we do.

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What is the SOS approach?

The SOS (Sequential-Oral-Sensory) Approach to Feeding Program was developed by Dr. Kay Toomey and is used worldwide to treat feeding issues in infants, children, and adolescents. It is a transdisciplinary, holistic and family-centered program based on Dr. Toomey’s 30 years of clinical experience in treating children who struggle to eat.

How can I tell if my child needs feeding therapy?

The links below are resources designed by the SOS Approach to help you determine if your child may need feeding therapy. Each exercise has instructions for you to follow to give you a better understanding of how your child would benefit from a Feeding Assessment based on your results.

Let’s discuss how we can help you with your child’s feeding difficulties.

Frequently asked questions

Here are answers to common questions to help you get one step closer to the support you need.

We are currently in-network with the following insurances:
• Aetna
• Ambetter
• Anthem Medicaid
• Cigna
• Culinary Health Fund
United Health Care
Health Plan of Nevada
• Molina Healthcare
• Nevada Medicaid FFS
• Prominence Health Plan
• Silver Summit Healthplan
• TriCare
• Medicare Part B
We also provide speech therapy services on a self-pay basis. Contact us for more information!
Yes, we can assess and treat adults with diagnoses of aphasia, dysarthria, and cognitive-communication disorders.  We do not provide services for dysphagia (swallowing disorders.)
We will spend about an hour with you and your child.  This assessment includes a standardized test, observation through play, medical history information, and a caregiver report. Through the evaluation, it will be determined if treatment is necessary, and if so, an individualized treatment plan will be created for your child. Treatment cannot be initiated unless an evaluation has been completed.
You will need to submit the report to us. Our speech therapist will determine if the report is acceptable. If the report is deemed to be acceptable, you will not have to redo the evaluation. Book an appointment with one of our therapists to get started.
We do not do home visits, but provide teletherapy as an alternative, convenient access to therapy services at this time.
A Speech Language Pathologist is a highly trained professional who evaluates and treats children and adults who have difficulty with speech, language, or feeding/swallowing.
Our pricing information is provided in our new client paperwork. If you need pricing information before filling out your new client paperwork, send us an email or give us a call!
We accept all major credit cards, checks, or cash. Payment is due at time of service.