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Wednesday, August 7 • 9:00am - 12:00pm
51. Ethical Issues Regarding the Assessment and Treatment of Feeding Difficulties (Picky Eaters) - Room 105

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Many children with autism spectrum disorders develop food selectivity or what is also called “picky eating.” It is not uncommon for children to restrict their diets to one brand of chicken nuggets, to refuse to eat colored foods, or to consume only pureed foods. This training will focus on the ethical issues related to the assessment & treatment in behavioral feeding. Participants will also learn what medical, behavioral, and related service assessments should be completed before starting feeding therapy. Participants will discuss the ethical issues related to the use of various techniques such as deprivation, physical prompting, and extinction. Time will be available for questions and answers throughout the event.
Credits: Act 48, SW, Psych, PT, OT, BACB Ethics, INFANT

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Missy Olive

After many years in higher education, Melissa Olive, Ph.D., BCBA-D, “Missy”, founded Applied Behavioral Strategies. Missy has served on the Editorial Board of Topics in Early Childhood Special Education, Journal of Early Intervention, and Young Exceptional Children and she is... Read More →



Wednesday August 7, 2019 9:00am - 12:00pm
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