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Parent Toolkit: Supporting a loved one with an Eating Disorder (English)
The NEDA Parent Toolkit is for anyone who wants to understand more about how to support a family member or friend affected by an eating disorder. You will find answers to your questions about signs, symptoms and medical consequences; information about treatment and levels of care; and questions to ask when choosing a treatment provider.
Disordered Eating and Obesity: Resource for Professionals (English)
Recent evidence suggests that public health messages focusing on the benefits of weight loss or the consequences of obesity may inadvertently promote disordered eating. As such, this document recommends a collaborative approach among those working to prevent obesity and reduce the incidence of disordered eating.
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.
Tips for Kids on Eating Well and Feeling Good about Yourself (English)
It is no fun to worry all the time about how much you weigh, how much you eat or whether you are thin. This article outlines some things kids can do to be healthy and fit, have fun and concentrate on who you are rather than how you look.
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.