Dear Colleagues,

We invite you to participate in a survey about your experience with feeding problems in children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). We we are interested in learning more about which practitioners are evaluating and treating children with ASD and what types of treatments are being used to address feeding problems.

We have recently completed a study of a structured parent-mediated intervention for children (age 3 to 8 years) with ASD and moderate feeding problems.1 We would like to ascertain the level of interest practitioners have in a parent-mediated approach to assessment and treatment.

The survey is anonymus, but we ask a few questions about your professional affiliation. The survey will take no more than 10 minutes of your time. At the end of the survey, you can provide contact information to learn more about the structured parent-mediated intervention and training opportunities.

Thank you,

T. Lindsey Burrell

Licensed Psychologist

Children’s Multidisciplinary Feeding Program
Children's Healthcare of Atlanta |

Assisstant Professor, Division of Autism and Related Disorders

Department of Pediatrics, Emory University School of Medicine

1920 Briarcliff Road, Atlanta, GA 30329

1. Sharp, W.G., Burrell, T.L., Berry, R.C., Stubbs, K.H., McCracken, C.E., Gillespie, S.E., Scahill, L. (2019). The Autism MEAL plan versus Parent Education: A Randomized Clinical Trial. Journal Pediatrics, Epublication ahead of print.

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