July 17, 2019
It’s dinner time, and once again you look for an innovative approach to get your child to eat. Is he a picky eater or a problem feeder? The Paso Del Norte Children’s Development Center (CDC) has an answer for children with special needs.
With support from the Paso del Norte Health Foundation’s Healthy Eating Active Living Initiative, the CDC has launched their “Off to a Good Start” program. The program is the first in the El Paso area to support children from 12 months to five-years of age who are often malnourished due to their inability to accept or learn nutritious eating habits and to help parents who struggle to find tasty and healthy foods for them.
For more information on this program, visit the Paso Del Norte Children’s Development Center at pdnchildrens.org.
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