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Around the Dinner Table
Support forum for parents and caregivers of anorexia, bulimia and other eating disorder patients
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LauraCollins_US

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Registered: July 31, 2007
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Welcome to Around the Dinner Table (ATDT), a moderated support forum for parents and caregivers of anorexia, bulimia and other eating disorder patients.

Below is a list of links to help you navigate the ATDT Forum, and the FEAST website.

Keep scrolling down the page for additional information from our Moderators with links to some of their favorite resources. Please do not post responses on this thread as it is meant for reference purposes only.

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ATDT is hosted by FEAST-ed (Families Empowered and Supporting Treatment of Eating Disorders), an international non-profit organization. To learn more about FEAST, please visit the following links:

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Laura Collins
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midwestmom_USA

Registered: Sept 22, 2009
Posts: 1,087
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I am re-posting Charlotte's endless list of links as it deserves to be in the getting started thread:

Bevan Family Tips

FOOD

For Parents

Restoring Regular Eating (Maudsley Hospital Eating Plan)

Nutritional Guidelines for Anorexia

Marcia Herrin Food Plan

Kartini Food Plan

Refeeding Syndrome


For Clinicians

MARSIPAN Guidelines

Restoring Regular Eating (Maudsley Hospital Eating Plan)

Nutritional Guidelines for Anorexia

GP/MD’s Guide Part 1

GP/MD’s Guide Part 2

Refeeding Syndrome

Guide to Medical Risk Assessment 

  

Feeding

Magic Plate

Modelling Effective Behaviour

Toolkit for Carers

What is normal eating 

How to get a stubborn anorexic to eat?


Resistance

Dealing with Resistance

Rolling with Resistance

Anosognosia

 

Weight Restoration

Setting Target Weight Range

State not Weight

 

Parenting

What Parents Can do

Modelling Effective Behaviour

Parenting During Recovery

 

For Friends and Siblings

For Younger Siblings

For Friends

 Weight restoration and after

have shown that people with anorexia require an extra 200–400 kcal (840–1680 kJ) a day for up to 6 months after reaching maintenance weight. Weltzin et al (1991) reported that recovering patients required 45–50 kcal/kg (190–210 kJ/kg) per day to maintain 95% average weight for height, compared with 30 kcal/kg (125 
Increased energy needs continue into the maintenance period. Kaye et al (1986)
kJ/kg) per day in a healthy control group. The American Psychiatric Association 
(Anonymous, 2000) suggests using 40–60 kcal/kg (170–250 kJ/kg) per day during 
the weight maintenance period. It has also been demonstrated that people with
restricting anorexia require significantly more energy than those with the binge/purging subtype (Kaye et al, 1986; Weltzin et al, 1991)

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