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Resources

Click here for complete Love Me, Feed Me resources, and resources on adoption and fostering

 

in my own words, a sampling…

 

Useful links to address school BMI and concerns about nutrition education programs.

…on Adoption and Fostering

handouts/reproducible PDFs:

*as long as you do not change the content, and you include copyright information, you may reproduce and distribute these PDFs

stage-specific one page “just the fact” sheets

 

feeding, children and weight: resources

 

websites/links

books

evidencebasedparenting

DVDs and video clips

Happy Mealtimes Healthy Kids DVD
Comprehensive video for parents and caregivers, narrated by Katja Rowell, MD. Viewers will learn that parents and children have separate roles to play in regard to eating: the parent decides what, when, and where food is served; the child decides whether or not to eat and if so, how much to eat. 20 min., cc

Kids and Family Food Issues DVD
Getting children to eat can be a constant battle for some parents, while other parents try to get kids to eat less. In “Kids and Family Food Issues”, child feeding expert Dr. Katja Rowell presents six segments that address many feeding issues that families with young children may be facing and offers practical solutions to make meals a pleasant experience for both parents and children. Also available in loop format.

Feeding With Love and Good Sense DVD II
Close-up, compelling footage of real parents and real children in their homes in actual feeding situations reveals what works and what doesn’t with feeding. Four 15- to 20-minute segments each contain vignettes of five to ten families. Educational DVD for parents created, produced, and narrated by internationally-recognized feeding authority Ellyn Satter.

 

adults, eating and wellness

 

articles

books

DVD/Video links

websites/blogs/providers

 

 

parenting

These are a few resources that I have found helpful and have heard great things about from parent educators, parents and teachers. As with everything, finding the approach that feels right for your family is critical.

 

special needs

eating disorder information

 

 

related things I like

 

safe places for activity (no body-shaming, health focus)

note: Most of these are based on blog reader and facebook recommendations, I can’t make any guarantee about your experience, but others have shared a joyful, welcoming experience with these centers/individuals… Please let me know if you have others to add to the list!

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