Full course description
Time: 3 hours, 23 minutes
Credit: 4 Learning CEs
Presenter: Henry Roane, Ph.D., BCBA-D
Course Description: A feeding disorder is characterized by restricted food intake, limited variety and the presence of inappropriate behaviors. As up to 90 percent of children with autism exhibit feeding problems, the current state of the science related to the identification and remediation of feeding disorders among children is presented. Provides a resource for understanding the complex, multidisciplinary approach to treating feeding problems and the use of data-based decision making to inform treatment selection for feeding disorders with case examples.
- Define features of feeding disorders
- Understand food preferences and selective eating
- Understand the assessment of feeding disorders
- Understand the application of ABA to treatment of feeding disorders
- List case examples and clinical considerations
- Understand pica
- Describe rumination disorders
Keywords: Feeding disorder, autism, restricted food intake, pica, rumination
Rating: Appropriate for practitioners who seek to better understand the behavior exhibited by individuals with feeding disorders and behavioral research-based assessment and treatment strategies.
Access: 2 weeks
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These workshops are presented in partnership between the Florida Tech ABA Online program and ABA Technologies, Inc. ABA Technologies, Inc., is a BACB-approved provider of type-2 continuing education hours (provider number: OP-02-0023)