Item description for Finicky Eaters: What to Do When Kids Won't Eat by Lori Ernsperger & Tania Stegen-Hanson...
Overview For working with resistance eaters and/or a child with food aversions.
Does you child refuse to eat foods from a specific food group? Does your dinner table turn into a battleground during mealtimes? Are you working with a student who is anxious or scared of eating new foods? If you have answered yes, then this book is the perfect resource with easy answers to these troubling questions. This long-awaited book is written for parents and professionals working with children with food aversions and eating challenges. Dr. Lori Ernsperger and Ms. Tania Stegen-Hanson provide clear and concise strategies and practical lessons for assisting children in eating a balanced diet. This valuable resource contains a comprehensive treatment plan for solving mealtime struggles.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 4.75" Height: 6.75" Weight: 0.55 lbs.
Release Date Dec 1, 2005
Publisher Future Horizons
ISBN 1932565280 ISBN13 9781932565287
Availability 0 units.
More About Lori Ernsperger & Tania Stegen-Hanson
Ernsperger has more than 17 years experience working in the public schools as a teacher, administrator and a behavioral consultant. She has had extensive training working with students who have behavior disorders, particularly those on the autism spectrum.
Lori Ernsperger currently resides in Henderson, in the state of Nevada.
Reviews - What do customers think about Finicky Eaters: What to Do When Kids Won't Eat?
Happy Eating! Jun 19, 2006
This book will give insight and hope to those who, on a daily basis, struggle with the complex process of eating which can be very challenging for many. It explores the idea of how problems with eating can impact a child's social development as well as self-esteem. It addresses the need of a collaborative effort between the caretaker, teachers and professionals that work with the child, to ensure a successful treatment plan.