Heards Ferry Elementary School student Seth Eisenstein, 10, who had struggled with restrictive food intake since he was 16 months old, recently spent two months in Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta’s Multidisciplinary Feeding Program, where he went from not eating fruits, vegetables or protein to graduating with flying colors. During his final session, Seth recalled the challenge of learning to use silverware for the first time at Children’s and said he is most excited to start “eating meals with his family.” So far, pizza is his favorite food. “Life changing is not the word,” said Seth’s mom, Lynne Eisenstein. “There is no way to describe what has transpired here. This program is not just transformational for the child. It is also impactful for siblings, parents and the extended family."

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