Do you ever feel as though feeding your toddler is an ongoing test of wills? If so, you're not alone. Many parents and caregivers worry about whether their toddlers are receiving enough nourishment. What is normal for a toddler when it comes to feeding and when should you be concerned?
Join us for our C.H.A.T. resources program.
Toddlers are striving for independence, have a fluctuating appetite and are highly selective with their meals. Most days it may be difficult to determine whether they are adequately nourished. How much is enough or too little? What is normal for your toddler and when should you be concerned? Join us to learn about your toddler’s nutritional needs and understand what and how much is appropriate for them. You will obtain practical tips to accomplish this challenging task successfully.
About the Speaker
Stephanie Uscategui, RDN, LDN
is a registered dietitian/nutritionist at Nicklaus’s Children’s Hospital. She obtained her bachelor of science degree in nutrition and dietetics from Florida International University and has been practicing as a pediatric clinical dietitian for several years. Ms. Uscategui is passionate about helping families obtain optimal health and overall a better lifestyle through healthy eating. At Nicklaus Children’s, she specializes in management of diabetes, chronic kidney disease and general pediatrics.
Cost: Free with registration.
For more information or to register:
For more information or to register, please e-mail Wendy.Johnson@nicklaushealth.org
or call 305-662-8282.