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Tongue/Lip Tie Support


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Feeding Support 

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Tongue/Lip Ties

Tethered Oral Tissues

For parents of babies and toddlers, birth to 12+ months

Tethered Oral Tissues (TOTs) more commonly referred to as tongue, lip, and cheek ties. TOTs are bands of connective tissue in the mouth that may be too short, thick, or tight causing restricted range of motion, strength, and tension in the mouth and body.

Most common signs and symptoms of TOTs:


  • Shallow latch 
  • Slipping on/off the breast/bottle
  • Chomping at the breast/bottle
  • Clicking sounds during feedings
  • Milk leaking from lip corners
  • Reflux, Gas, Colic 
  • Mouth breathing
  • Low tongue posture
  • Falling asleep for most or all feedings
  • Feeds seem endless
  • Noisy breathing / Snoring

During an oral motor, feeding evaluation, we will review your comprehensive medical/feeding history, complete a feeding observation at the breast, bottle, and/or solids as well as a thorough oral motor assessment. This will help us determine if oral function is being impacted and assist with the diagnosis of TOTs. 

Initiating Oral Motor Feeding Therapy is the recommended first step to addressing TOTs. This will help a baby gain increased mobility and control of their oral muscle movement patterns, and reduce tension in the mouth and body. It also allows parents to build confidence with practicing wound care stretches prior to a release. Treatment is recommended post release to continue neuro-muscular re-education to achieve optimal oral function for oral rest posture, breathing, feeding, sleep, and speech. This is recommended alongside an integrated team approach for best outcomes.

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  • Pain while nursing 
  • Nipple damage - cracked, bleeding, misshapen nipples
  • Frequent engorgement
  • Recurrent plugged ducts/mastitis
  • Concerns with milk supply dropping

Feeding Support

For parents of babies and toddlers, birth to 12+ months

I can help you with...

  • Prenatal education on infant feeding and sleep to help you meet your goals 
  • Breastfeeding support: latch, positioning, engorgement, pain, and more
  • Bottle feeding support: from troubleshooting challenging feedings to bottle refusal or aversion
  • Reflux/Gas/Colic
  • Excessive drooling
  • Pre/Post tongue/lip/cheek tie support
  • Returning to work
  • Flange fitting and pump education
  • Breast / Bottle / Pacifier Weaning
  • Transitioning to solids
  • Progressing through textures and age appropriate solid foods
  • Stress at mealtimes

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Your child’s brain grows faster during their first three years than it ever will again in their life! You don’t have to wait and see if they’ll catch up on their own. I will teach you practical strategies you can use at home to help get your toddler communicating and saying more!

Speech and Language Support

For parents of babies and toddlers, birth to 12+ months

A toddler is considered a late talker if…

  • They have relatively good skills in other areas of development (understanding, play, social, motor and cognitive skills); AND
  • They are 18-20 months and have a spoken vocabulary of <24 words,
  • They are 21-24 months and have a spoken vocabulary of <40 words h
  • They are 24-30 months and have a spoken vocabulary of <100 has limited word 
  • They are 24 months and have limited word combinations 
  • They have some risk factors, such as limited babbling, use of gestures, different speech sounds, or a family history of language delay

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This call is for you if you do not think you need a full evaluation but…

  • You want to understand what’s normal when it comes to infant + toddler feeding, sleep, and/or language 
  • You need sleep support that does not involve any form of separation/cry it out
  • You need help troubleshooting feeding and/or sleep challenges and discussing appropriate referrals
  • You want to learn simple ways to support your baby or toddler’s communication skills in your everyday routines and play
  • You need reassurance that you’re on the right track as you navigate supporting your child’s development

One-on-One Calls

For parents of babies and toddlers, birth - 3 years

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This Group is for you if you’re looking for community and have questions or concerns related to breastfeeding, bottle feeding, pumping, reflux, tongue ties, sleep, and more! 

A sensitive scale will also be available for weighted feeds to assess your baby‘s intake. 

NExt GROUP: Saturday, 3/23 at 11:30AM
Two the Moon, in Long Island City, NY

Infant Feeding Support Group


Contact me. Whether you prefer to connect via email or phone call, I’ll answer your questions and we’ll see if we’re a good fit! 

Step One 

Choose your support service + complete your intake form. The intake allows me to get to know more about you and your child before meeting so we make the most of our time together!

Step Two

Kickstart your confidence!

Step Three

You do not have to guess when it comes to getting answers and supporting your child’s development. No more waiting and seeing. Let me show you how! 


We can make a plan to help you meet your goals. 

You’ve spent enough time googling and guessing the right way to address your current challenges

Ready to stop feeling stuck and start feeling empowered?

Growth will look so good on you! 

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Contact me today!

Contact me today!

Contact me today to schedule a consultation!