Nutritional Disorders Telehealth Network Project

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Etiology/Treatment Planning

 
Eats too Little
Food selectivity
Undernutrition/Failure to Thrive
 
Eats Too Much
Overnutrition
Hyperphagia
Etiological Constructs
 
 
 
Diet
Enough to eat: Calories
Balanced diet: Variety
Developmentally appropriate diet
Adequate fluid
Supplement(s)
 
Physical
Competence
Oral-motor
Neuromotor
Physical Defect
Hyper/hypotonia
 
Appetite
Supplemental feeding
     Tube Feeding
     Oral supplement
 
 
Illness/Medical
Illness onset
     Chronic
     Acute
Treatment problems
Interaction/
Management
Grazing
Setting
Structure
Social contingencies
Cue insensitivity
Distracting/ unsupportive environment
Aversive conditioning
Division of responsibility
 
 
 
Child
Constitution
Child Mood
Difficult Temperament
ADHD
Sensory Deficit
Choking phobia
 
 
Caregiver
Competence
Parent mental illness
Mal-nutrition beliefs
Non-nurturant parenting
 
 
Systemic
Poverty
Family stressor
Multiple Feeders
Lack of resources

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