Treating Food Refusal & Selectivity in Children With ASD
<< Back To Dashboard This 120-minute webcast provides an overview of the use of applied behavior analytic principles to assess and treat food refusal and selectivity. Feeding problems in children with ASD is treatable. The same as any challenging behavior, the behavior must first be assessed to determine the maintaining variables and determine potential reinforcers. We will provide commonly used evidence-based procedures, antecedent and consequent-based, to increase food consumption. In addition, we will provide an overview of the legal and ethical considerations around treatment of feeding problems.