There has also been a real rise in what we call Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID)  Although many children go through phases of picky or selective eating, a person with ARFID does not consume enough calories to grow and develop properly and, in adults, to maintain basic body function. In children, this results in stalled weight gain and vertical growth; in adults, this results in weight loss. ARFID can also result in problems at school or work, due to difficulties eating with others and extended times needed to eat.  Rosa Tarry FTB and former Eating Disorders nurse has offered to put on her excellent Disordered Eating workshop and also including a specific focus on ARFID. 


This workshop will look not only at eating disorders and how schools can directly help but also help staff to understand the many ways in which dis-ordered eating can manifest itself and be helped.

This training will be held on Zoom.


NB: If you are booking more than one ticket, please enter the name, email address & job role of each person attending. Please do not use the same name for multiple bookings. 


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  • Supporting pupils with disordered eating | Birmingham & Solihull Schools
    4th November 2021
    13:30 - 15:00
  • Supporting pupils with disordered eating | Non Birmingham & Solihull Schools
    4th November 2021
    13:30 - 15:00
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Supporting pupils with disordered eating | Birmingham & Solihull Schoolsshow details + £0.00 (GBP)  
Supporting pupils with disordered eating | Non Birminghamshow details + £50.00 (GBP)  

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