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[CEUD-ICT] CEUD-ICT Digest, Vol 54, Issue 10

Barry Murphy bmurphy1 at tcd.ie
Tue Apr 30 12:41:17 IST 2013


Many thanks for the suggestions, folks.

Regards,

Barry


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> From: Antoinette Fennell CFIT <antoinette.fennell at ncbi.ie>
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> Hello Barry,
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> I don't know of specific Irish resources in this area.
>
> You've probably come across these yourself, but the British Dietetic
> Association (BDA) has a Fact Sheet called 'Eating Problems and Autism
> Spectrum Disorder'. It was written by Dietitians in Autism, a subgroup of
> the Paediatric Group of the BDA, so it might be worth contacting them
> directly for further resources.
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> Irish Autism Action is worth contacting and they have a list of links to
> other resources that might be worth researching (see the following link:
> http://www.autismireland.ie/links/resources/).
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> Also see www.autism.ie and www.cluas.ie.
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> Thanks,
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> Antoinette
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> > Hi,
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> > First time using this, bear with me.
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> > Is anyone aware of resources/supports in the area of autistic spectrum
> > disorders and eating disorders - something that looks at both. Ideally
> > something geared towards supporting parents, a young teen, or both -
> thanks.
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> > Best,
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> > Hi Barry,
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> > this might be totally off the radar but we  run a parents advocacy group
> for parents, children and teens with IBD (crohn's & colitis) ireland.
> www.gutsykids.ie, it's not an 'eating disorder' but so far there is no
> cure for the gut attacking itself. A lot of the research seems to cross
> over, auto immune, environmental, genetics.
> >
> > Kind Regards,
> > Rachel
> > info at gutsykids.ie
> > www.gutsykids.ie
> > Twitter at gutsykids
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> >> Hi,
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> >> First time using this, bear with me.
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> >> Is anyone aware of resources/supports in the area of autistic spectrum
> disorders and eating disorders - something that looks at both. Ideally
> something geared towards supporting parents, a young teen, or both - thanks.
> >>
> >> Best,
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> Hi Barry,
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> check out:  http://www.walshinstitute.org/ - Dr Bill has the experience,
> knowledge and expertise to help you - his book is also worth reading .
> Keep away from the chemical drug pushers (MD's, Psychologists, Psychiatrist
> etc) in this country who are dishing out the same dangerous drugs to every
> child without so much as a blood test.  They have no idea of the brain
> damage they are doing, and have no knowledge of the underlying causes they
> are medicating. Once the pharmaceutical companies stop funding their
> holidays, they might be inclined to look at reality and find out what
> mental health is truly about.
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> Call me privately if you wish, as I have other options
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> John
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> On Mon, Apr 29, 2013 at 11:09 AM, Barry Murphy <bmurphy1 at tcd.ie> wrote:
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> > Hi,
> >
> > First time using this, bear with me.
> >
> > Is anyone aware of resources/supports in the area of autistic spectrum
> > disorders and eating disorders - something that looks at both. Ideally
> > something geared towards supporting parents, a young teen, or both -
> thanks.
> >
> > Best,
> >
> > Barry
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