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Broccoli boot camp : basic training for parent's of selective eaters / Keith E. Williams and Laura J. Seiverling.

By: Williams, Keith E.
Contributor(s): Seiverling, Laura J.
Publisher: Bethesda, MD : Woodbine House, 2018Copyright date: 2018Edition: First edition.Description: x, 198 pages : 23 cm illustrations.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781606132890.Subject(s): EATING BEHAVIOUR | CHILDREN | BEHAVIOUR MANAGEMENT | SENSORY ISSUES | NUTRITION | INTERVENTION | PARENT GUIDES | SELECTIVE EATING | PICKY EATERSAlso available in electronic format.
Contents:
Selective eating -- The role of repeated taste exposure -- "Mealtime battles" -- Do not become preoccupied with amount -- Adaptations for children who are underweight and overweight -- Autism Spectrum Disorders and selective eating -- Sensory issues and selective eating -- Diet considerations -- Factors that can affect eating -- Why and how interventions work: components used before tasting -- Why and how interventions work: using reinforcement and ignoring -- Before you develop an intervention -- Plan 1: a structured meal plan using modeling, praise, and food choice -- Plan 2: the family meal -- Plan 3: plate a-plate b -- Plan 4: taste sessions -- Plan 5: repeated taste exposure and exit criterion -- Hierarchical interventions -- Adaptations for older children.
Summary: "A guide to help parents of picky eaters increase the range of foods their children eat. The interventions are appropriate for children with autism and other special needs as well as typically developing children" Provided by publisher.
List(s) this item appears in: New books 2019. Feb 2019 CM
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 182-192) and index.

Selective eating -- The role of repeated taste exposure -- "Mealtime battles" -- Do not become preoccupied with amount -- Adaptations for children who are underweight and overweight -- Autism Spectrum Disorders and selective eating -- Sensory issues and selective eating -- Diet considerations -- Factors that can affect eating -- Why and how interventions work: components used before tasting -- Why and how interventions work: using reinforcement and ignoring -- Before you develop an intervention -- Plan 1: a structured meal plan using modeling, praise, and food choice -- Plan 2: the family meal -- Plan 3: plate a-plate b -- Plan 4: taste sessions -- Plan 5: repeated taste exposure and exit criterion -- Hierarchical interventions -- Adaptations for older children.

"A guide to help parents of picky eaters increase the range of foods their children eat. The interventions are appropriate for children with autism and other special needs as well as typically developing children" Provided by publisher.

Also available in electronic format.

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