Webinar: ASD & Eating Disorders
Wednesday 10 March 2021 1pm-2pm
Presented by Dr Claire Burton
As part of the CEED Webinar series, this 1-hour live webinar will be presented by Dr Claire Burton, Senior Clinical Psychologist at the Royal Children’s Hospital Psychology Service.
Feeding and eating difficulties are very common in children and adolescents on the autism spectrum, with estimates ranging from 46-89%. The co-occurrence of eating disorders and Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) can present challenges for young people and their families in seeking understanding and help, and for clinicians and services in providing integrated treatment and recovery support.
- A summary of the literature regarding fussy eating and eating disorders in young people on the autism spectrum
- An overview of assessment of feeding and eating difficulties for young people on the autism spectrum
- Overview of the evidence-based interventions for young people on the autism spectrum experiencing feeding and eating difficulties
Registrations: Try Booking
Cost: FREE (max attendees 100) priority will be given to Victorian public mental health clinicians and Eating Disorder Coordinators
Registrations close: C.O.B. Friday 5 March, 2021 (unless sold out prior)
For further information please download our flyer.