Parent and Caregiver’s Guide to Eating Disorders Treatment and Recovery (English)
In this video developed by BC Children's Hospital, strategies for parents and caregivers are discussed, including: understanding eating disorders, supporting your child through recovery, and lessons on the recovery process. This full video is also available as 5 separate parts, all available on Kelty Centre YouTube channel.
Medical Complications of Eating Disorders (English)
In this video developed by BC Children's Hospital, the medical complications associated with eating disorders among children and youth are discussed.
Supporting Youth with Symptoms of Binge Eating and Purging: Helpful Approaches for Families (English)
In this video developed by BC Children's Hospital, you will hear from parents and youth about strategies that they found helpful while recovering from Bulimia Nervosa, or other eating disorders where there are symptoms of binge eating, vomiting and/or other behaviours to attempt to control weight/shape after eating.
Guidelines for School Staff: Helping a Student with a Suspected Eating Disorder (English)
This resource for school professionals provides tips for helping a student with a suspected eating disorder, including tips for talking to the student and/or their parent/caregiver, and information on where to refer.
Understanding Stages of Change in the Recovery Process (English)
This resource describes the stages of change, and what they look like in the context of recovering from an eating disorder.
This article outlines what orthorexia is, signs you may have it, and information on treatment and recovery.
What is OSFED? (English)
This article provides information about OSFED (other specified feeding or eating disorder), warning signs, risks, and treatment.
What People With Anorexia Nervosa Need to Know About Osteoporosis (English)
This article discusses the link between osteoperosis and Anorexia Nervosa, as well as osteoperosis management strategies.
Dental Complications of Eating Disorders (English)
This article discusses how the harmful habits and nutritional deficiencies that often accompany disordered eating can have severe consequences on one’s dental health.