Thank you everyone for the input on what to do about being asked to consider reducing the amount of services Finn receives. Based on everyone's input, I think we're NOT going to voluntarily give up anything.
Just to clarify - he only receives PT at this point, and it's for one hour per week. No OT or ST yet. OT isn't usually offered here until around 12 months, I believe, and ST not until 18 months. OT can be requested sooner if there are "feeding issues," which, according to our service coordinator, means that the child isn't gaining well. I actually called her a couple weeks ago and asked if we could just get a consultation with an OT just so I could get some initial guidance on proper feeding techniques. She said she would look into it but never did get back to me (grrrrr). I assume now it will be next to impossible to get any extra services that aren't absolutely necessary (but it still would have been nice if she would have gotten back to me, don't you think?). Anyhow, so Finn gets an hour of PT every week at this point, and that's it. And I think we will stick with that.
Also, somebody left a link to this article in a comment to my last post, and I want to make sure everyone has the opportunity to read it (Jay, I think you will especially appreciate this), because it's very good: http://www.ds-health.com/physther.htm
As for eating, I posted recently that Finn isn't interested in solids really. I've been experimenting a little bit and found something he actually seems to really like: avocado!