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Eating & drinking made easy

In addition to different drinking cups for children, we also offer certain tools when eating and drinking becomes a challenge. Aids to make eating and drinking easier, special cups, straws, spoons and "The right bite" to be able to control the size of the bitten piece. All these products can be used in many ways and are suitable for people of different ages.

Eating and Drinking

Would you like to prevent your child from suffering the consequences of a myofunctional disorder? That the development of the jaw and respiratory tract is as healthy as possible to avoid late consequences? Then you are right here on In this online store for logopedic therapy material you will find products that support you in accompanying your child on the path of physiological development!

Why is there the Food & Drink item on Logicana?

In the category "Eating & Drinking" you will find products that support you and your child to learn and maintain the physiological, i.e. correct, swallowing pattern, to sufficiently strengthen the facial muscles and also to be varied. In many families, the topic of pacifiers and bottles is a point that is often not discussed enough from a speech therapy perspective.  In the InnerMe guides you will find a lot of information, helpful tips for weaning and further links. Here on there are also numerous downloads with information about the respective products. In addition, the products are already preselected to support physiological development. 

How can they already support your baby?

The topic pacifier, breastfeeding, bottle was already briefly mentioned, nevertheless, it is a concern to me to emphasize once again that the pacifier use should have only a regulative effect! Means that it should be considered whether sucking on the pacifier has a calming effect on the child, or it is pure habit that it carries the pacifier in the mouth. Also the topic weaning is often neglected-exclusively the pacifier was offered by mummy or daddy as a calming mechanism, just as well considered and affectionately it should be weaned then also again. You can find more details in the pacifier guide or breastfeeding guide!

How long should breastfeeding last?

According to WHO recommendations, you should breastfeed your child fully until the start of complementary feeding, and then continue to do so until around the child's 2nd birthday.  Every breastfeeding relationship is individual and experiences different phases. A lactation consultant is available to answer any questions you may have or simply to provide you with accompanying information. Every family is free to decide whether and how long to breastfeed, but the positive effects of breastfeeding on the mother-child relationship and the health of both should be considered.

How long should my child drink from the bottle?

Due to the sucking pattern that is necessary to be able to drink from a bottle, it is recommended to stop feeding from the bottle around the 1st birthday. Pre-milk can of course still be given, but this should be given from a cup or from a bottle with a straw, for example also from our bear bottle. 

Why is it so important what my baby drinks or eats from?

When your baby comes into the world, he is equipped with a sucking reflex that allows him to immediately suckle on your breast. The tongue movements naturally occur in such a way that the nipple is stroked out. Later, when your child starts complementary feeding, a developmental step in the swallowing pattern is necessary so that the so-called "juvenile swallowing pattern" is no longer used, but the physiological swallowing pattern.  The difference is as follows: when sucking on the breast, the tongue is placed on the lower lip, the mouth is opened wide and the nipple is pressed against the palate in a sweeping motion. Later, the tongue should lie against the palate and thus transport the food or liquid from the papilla incisiva (tongue rest position) into the throat! 

Which products are recommended for the start of complementary feeding?

Once your child has met the maturity signs (see complementary feeding guide), you can start thinking about how best to support the development of the facial muscles. For example, to make eating particularly interesting, you can use the flat textured spoons. This trains lip closure and the textured surface on one side provides additional input. The P-Tube Grabber® textured or smooth can be dipped in porridge, so your child has to actively suck on it to get the porridge out of the opening. Or, say, a cornflake can be hidden in the opening to encourage chewing. ARK's ProSpoon spoons make independent eating well within reach! The handle is designed so that small baby hands can easily hold the spoon. The classic sippy cup is the Camo Cup. It was developed for infants, children and adults with sensory deficits. Different textures on the cup specifically promote muscle activity or facilitate the handling of the cup by wide grooves for the hands.