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AN ALLIANCE BETWEEN
Follow our stories as we nourish kids around the globe:
Adoption Advocacy and Education:
Joint Council: http://www.jointcouncil.org
Adoption Mosaic: http://www.adoptionmosaic.org
University of Minnesota International Adoption Clinic: http://www.med.umn.edu/peds/iac
The Center for Adoption Medicine at the University of Washington: http://www.adoptmed.org
International Adoption Clinic At Children’s Hospital & Research Center Oakland: http://www.internationaladoptionclinic.org
The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia International Adoption Health Program: http://www.chop.edu/service/adoption/home
Ellyn Satter, Child of Mine; Feeding with Love and Good Sense
Dr. Katja Rowell, Love Me, Feed Me: The Adoptive Parent’s Guide to Ending the Worry About Weight, Picky Eating, Power Struggles, and More
Online Adoption Nutrition Education:
Webinar: Nutrition and Institutionalized Children, Presenter: Zeina Makhoul, PhD, RD.
Webinar: Introduction to Nutrition and Feeding for Internationally Adopted Children, Presenters: Dr. Zeina Makhoul, Kate Ward, Spoon Foundation.
Webinar: Feeding the First Year Home: Transitioning through feeding stages and to a new diet, Presenter: Kate Nelson Ward, MPH, CHES, SPOON Foundation.
A recorded version of Dr. Dana Johnson’s webinar entitled “Food for Thought: The Impact of Poor Nutrition in Early Development”: http://www.adoptionlearningpartners.org/nutrition_webinar.cfm
Adoptive Families Magazine article about nutrition: http://www.adoptivefamilies.com/articles.php?aid=2116
The Feeding Doctor: http://thefeedingdoctor.com
TrulyFood offers events and on-line classes including the Your Vibrant Child course for parents ready to nourish their children to optimal health.
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