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a disturbance of public order or peace. Its existence may trigger extended police powers.
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Pediatricians can play a key role through their early recognition of the various medical, behavioral, and social factors that contribute to a feeding disorder. Conditions that should be closely followed and considered as triggers for early referral include the structural or functional abnormalities of the GI tract that are listed above; the presence of gastrostomy tubes, especially with fundoplication surgery; and other complex medical issues.
More recently, Chatoor (2002) proposed a diagnostic classification of feeding disorders that includes six categories of which growth deficiency is a criterion for four categories.
I hope, that all families like Sofia's are fortunate enough to encounter a professional or lay person who is at least aware of the early signs of a feeding disorder who can advocate for the family and see that they receive feeding therapy services in the natural environment from a qualified therapist as soon as possible.
Behavioral assessment and treatment of pediatric feeding disorders. Journal of Developmental Behavioral Pediatrics, 15 (4), 278-291.
Psychosocial concomitants of children's feeding disorders. J Pediatr Psychol 1992;17:81-94.
From NICU to Childhood: Evaluation and Treatment of Pediatric Feeding Disorders. Austin: PRO-ED, 2003.
Pediatric feeding disorders. J Clin Gastroenterol 2000; 30: 34-46
Most feeding disorders come from negative body images and unworthy thoughts of self.
Michael Roberts introduced online field-testing methods followed by Jared Keeley and Spencer Evans who described completed and ongoing online field-testing projects for different mental disorders including stress-related disorders, eating and feeding disorders, psychotic disorders and gender-related disorders.
The timely and effective management of pediatric feeding disorders is essential in order to prevent further health deterioration, such as esophagitis, respiratory complications, aspiration, weakness, and/or skin breakdown issues (Schwarz, Corredor, Fisher-Medina, Cohen, & Rabinowitz, 2001).
In a study which explored the experience of families caring for children with feeding disorders, Franklin and Rodger (2003) found that intervention from occupational therapists improved the parents' knowledge and understanding.