Treatment Strategies for Selective Eaters

Amy Drayton

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A presentation by Dr. Amy Drayton delivered at the 2015 Michigan Autism Conference

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Description

Abstract

A wide range of feeding problems are common in children with autism spectrum disorders but perhaps the most common is eating a restricted variety of table foods. Specific behavioral strategies to introduce new foods and increase the amount of each new food are discussed in detail. Signs of oral-motor skills deficits that may block treatment progress are also reviewed.

About the Speaker

Amy Kathryn Drayton, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology at the University of Michigan C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital. Dr. Drayton earned her Ph.D. from Eastern Michigan University and her primary areas of interest include the comparative effectiveness of feeding interventions and cost effectiveness of behavioral treatments. She also conducts research on the treatment of disruptive behavior in children, specifically parent management training and time out.

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Customer Reviews

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H.N.K.
Great!

Interesting perspectives and information to consider if you have selective eaters! My only dislike was that the audio seemed to be recorded very low. Even on max volume it was difficult to hear without using headphones.

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J.H.
Informative

I loved how this presentation incorporated a lot of information and gave a great deal of detail with specific examples. Great presentation and worth the cost.

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E.H.
Informative and Applicable

Dr. Amy Drayton provides an excellent review of potential feeding problems for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder or other developmental disabilities. This talk provides and entertaining and thorough review of potential barriers, and effective treatments for each. Highly recommend.

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K.E.

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