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Feeding your child with autism spectrum disorder (ASD)?

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ABAstudent Wed 12-Mar-14 11:26:42

Have you experienced difficulties with food with your child? Maybe feeding problems have not been an issue for your child? The Irish Centre for Autism and Neurodevelopmental Research (ICAN) in National University of Ireland, Galway are interested in hearing about your experiences with feeding issues with a child or adolescent aged 3 to 17 years with autism. We are interested in understanding how feeding problems affect a child�s gastrointestinal symptoms, sensory problems and challenging behaviour. Even if your child doesn�t have these symptoms, we can still learn a lot from your information on why some children have these symptoms and others do not.

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