Food Resources available at the Center for Disability Resources Library
To check out any of the materials listed, please contact:
Web site: http://uscm.med.sc.edu/CDR
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Healthcare for children on the autism spectrum : a guide to medical, nutritional, and behavioral issues. Fred R. Volkmar and Lisa A. Wiesner ; Sandra L. Harris, series editor.;Bethesda, MD : Woodbine House, 2004. Edition 1st ed. Call number: Disabilities-FAM WM 203.5 V919h 2004.
-This book covers the following subjects: handling doctor visits and hospitalizations, growth and nutrition, safety issues at home, school, and in the community, sleep, seizures, dental care, and adolescent issues.
Eating for autism: The 10-step nutrition plan to help treat your child's autism, Asperger's, or ADHD. Elizabeth Strickland with Suzanne McCloskey ; recipes by Roben Ryberg. Cambridge, MA : Da Capo Press, 2009. Call number: Disabilities-FAM WM 203.5 S917e 2009.
Exercise and nutrition health education curriculum for adults with developmental disabilities. Tamar Heller, Beth Marks, and Sarah H. Ailey. Chicago, IL : University of Illinois at Chicago, c2004. Edition 2nd ed. Call number: Disabilities-PROF WS 350.6 H477e 2004.
-A 12-week interactive program specifically designed for individuals with developmental disabilities. Includes programs on exercise, nutrition, and health education. Designed to improve fitness, to increase knowledge about healthy lifestyles, and to teach family, staff, and friends how to support participants to achieve these goals.
Children with special health care needs : nutrition care handbook. Betty L. Lucas, editor; Sharon A. Feucht, and Lynn E. Grieger, assistant editors ; Pediatric Nutrition Practice Group and Dietetics in Developmental and Psychiatric Disorders, American Dietetic Association. Chicago: American Dietetic Association, c2004. Edition 1st ed. Call number: Disabilities-PROF WS 39 C5367 2004.
The Down syndrome nutrition handbook : a guide to promoting healthy lifestyles. Joan E. Guthrie Medlen.; Call number: Disabilities-FAM WS 107 M491d 2002.
The educator's guide to feeding children with disabilities. Dianne Koontz Lowman and Suzanne McKeever Murphy; [foreword by Martha E. Snell].; Call number: Disabilities-PROF WS 130 L918e 1999.
Demonstrating cost-effectiveness of nutrition services for children with special health care needs : a national network. prepared by Dena R. Herman and Marion Taylor Baer.; Call number: Disabilities-PROF QU 146 AA1 H551d 1999.
Nutrition guidelines for children with special health care needs : a resource manual for dietitians. Nina Lakshmikanthan; Call number: Disabilities-PROF WS 115 L192n 1995.
Feeding and nutrition for the child with special needs : handouts for parents. Marsha Dunn Klein, Tracy A. Delaney; edited by Christine Ravashiere Medvescek ; illustrations drawn under contract by Carol Knott.; Call number: Disabilities-FAM Disabilities-OF WS 130 K64f 1994
Nutrition services for children with special health needs : abstracts of active and completed projects FY 1985-1991 supported by the Maternal and Child Health Bureau.; Call number: Disabilities-PROF WS 115 N9768 1991
Mealtimes for persons with severe handicaps / edited by Robert Perske ... [et al.] ; illustrated by Martha Perske.; Call number: Disabilities-FAM HD 7255 M482 1986
Nutrition for special needs in infancy : protein hydrolysates / edited by Fima Lifshitz.; WS 120 N9761 1985
Breaking bread, nourishing connections : people with and without disabilities together at mealtime / by Karin Melberg Schwier and Erin Schwier Stewart.
Publisher Baltimore : Paul H. Brookes Pub., c2005.
CALL # Disabilitites-FAM WB 405 S413 2005
Feeding infants and young children with special needs (video): University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, School of Nursing. Lawrence, Kan: Learner Managed Designs, c1989.
Call number Disabilities-AV WS 120 F295 1989
-Presents ideas that make feeding children with special needs easier and more pleasant. Shows how children with motor problems can be positioned to make feeding easier. Discusses special equipment and feeding techniques.
Home care of infants and young children with gastrostomies (video): University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, School of Nursing. c1990.
Call number: Disabilities-AV WB 410 H765 1990
-Advances in health care technology allow many infants and young children who cannot take adequate food or fluids by mouth to live at home and be fed through a gastrostomy. This program familiarizes the viewer with principles and techniques of caring for infants and young children who have a gastrostomy.
Nutrition for infants & toddlers with special needs (video): [presented by] First Start ; produced by Marilyn J. Krajicek, Ann N. Smith, Christine L. Thornam ; writer/director, Linda W. Ferguson.; University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, School of Nursing ; Lawrence, Kan. : Distributed by Learner Managed Designs, c1991.Nutrition for special needs children (video):
Call number: Disabilities-AV WS 115 N976 1991
-Discusses how the caregiver can enhance nutrition to special needs infants and children.
School of Nursing, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, 1989.
Call number: Disabilities-AV WS 115 N9765 1989
-A brief description of nutrient needs in children, followed by differences in nutrition requirements for children with special needs.
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