Healthy Bodies Healthy Minds: A Tool For Every Educator (English)
This Canadian-based resource includes answers to frequently asked questions about role modelling and teaching in order to positively impact your students. Topics include: self-esteem and body image, media literacy, healthy school environments and more.
Eating Disorders in Children and Adolescents (English)
Information for those living with Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia Nervosa
Referral Guidelines and Referral Form Provincial Specialized Eating Disorders Programs (English)
Referral Guidelines and forms Provincial Specialized Eating Disorders Programs in BC
BC Clinical Practice Guidelines (English)
Clinical Practice Guidelines in the treatment of Eating Disorders for Healthcare Professionals across BC
Eating Disorders Toolkit for BC Practitioners (English)
An Eating Disorders Toolkit for Practitioners across BC
Avoidant-Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (English)
The following are some of the most common complications, symptoms, and warning signs seen with ARFID.
Parents Survive to Thrive Guide: A Resource Guide for Parents of a Child with an Eating Disorder, written by parents with lived experience. (English)
This guide was created to offer parents ideas, advice, tips, tools, and helpful strategies from other parents and caregivers who have been through the recovery process with their own child.
Provincial Eating Disorder Programs Referral Guidelines (English)
The Provincial, Tertiary and Specialized Programs offered through the Looking Glass Residence; BC Children’s Hospital and St. Paul’s’ Hospital have a streamlined guideline and referral form for access to the specialized provincial services.
Understanding Eating Disorders in Schools (English)
The purpose of this guide for school professionals is to generate thoughtful discussion about eating disorders at your school. The guide will touch on prevention (what school personnel need to know), identification and intervention at school, and supporting recovery at school utilizing trauma informed strategies.