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They eat such as choking or being sick Because it has been poorly recognised and poorly understood it can be difficult to access appropriate help and difficult to know how best to manage at home This book covers common uestions encountered by parents or carers whose child has been given Sam the Plumber recognised and poorly understood it can be difficult to access appropriate help and difficult to know how best to manage at home This book covers common uestions encountered by parents or carers whose child has been given

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ARFID Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder: A Guide for Parents and Carers

ARFID Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder A Guide for Parents and Carers is an accessible summary of a relatively recent diagnostic term People with ARFID may show little interest in eating eat only a very limited range of foods or may be terrified something might happen to them if

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A diagnosis of ARFID or who have concerns about their child Written in simple accessible language and illustrated with examples throughout this book answers common uestions using the most up to date clinical knowledge and research Primarily written for parents and carers of young people


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    In her closing words Rachel Bryant Waugh tells you exactly what to expect from this book What she has set out to do is engage in an honest open conversation with you about the current state of knowledge about ARFID to provide you with some ways of structuring your own assessment of different aspects of your child's eating difficulty and to euip you with some pointers and ideas that might prove helpful in your own situationAll this Bryant Waugh does admirably Although a fairly small book 121 pages its subject matter is weighty and its approach is conversational but somewhat clinical There is a lot to take in and much of it covers background aspects to ARFID and its many possible presentations This is a not a treatment manual and it certainly isn't a silver bullet for anyone looking for something that just tells them what to do to fix this eating disorder It does however explain well why that is just not possible with ARFIDThe information is accessible and comprehensive Parents whose children have ARFID will find it gives them an understanding of why the medical community is currently offering only limited help for those struggling with this disorder More importantly it gives them a language that will enable them to communicate with those medical professionals to access and guide suitable treatment for their childrenGiven the limited information currently available about ARFID this book is something of a godsend Every pediatrician in the country should read it


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