Eating and food issues are complex, and resource parents often have concerns about their children’s food-related behaviors. This class explores common eating and food issues for children in care, the underlying causes of these behaviors, and how parents can support their child and promote healthy and balanced eating.
At the end of this course, you will be able to:
identify common eating and food issues for children in care
understand the difference between nonpsychiatric eating and food issues and psychiatric eating disorders
understand how trauma can contribute to eating and food issues
know how to support children with eating and food issues
know how to encourage healthy eating
2 credit hours, $10.00 per person.
This class explores common eating and food issues, including:
hoarding food and excessive eating
eating food from unhealthy sources
overweight and obesity
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3 foster kids under 10. This explains a lot about their food and eating habits.