Day 3. Afternoon
14.45 - 17.15 / 29 April 2024
Murban Hall
Intensive Behavioral Feeding Intervention, Nutritional Support and Collaboration:
A Multidisciplinary Approach to Feeding Intervention for Individuals with Autism
  • Professional behavior analysts
  • Medical doctors
Kelly McCracken Barnhill
Clinical Nutritionist and Director of Clinical Care at The Johnson Center for Child Health and Development; Nutrition Director for the Autism Research Institute. Author of the book “POTS and Other Acquired Dysautonomia in Children and Adolescents: Diagnosis, Interventions, and Multi-disciplinary Management
This workshop will provide a detailed overview of intensive feeding intervention. Topics covered will include a comprehensive health screening (medical, physical/occupational therapy, nutritional), factors for consideration when creating a nutritious intervention plan, and a behavioral intervention approach for use with individuals facing significant feeding challenges, including screening, planning, training and implementation strategies.
How provide interdisciplinary appropriate services in addressing the problems of eating disorders in children with ASD
Rebecca Ryan
What will we learn:
Behavioral Health & Social Service Providers, Executive Director at Sandbox ABA, Austin, Texas (USA)
For whom:
The workshop will be held as the part of conference program.
XII International Research and Practice Conference
“Autism. Challenges and Solutions"