NEDC Eating Disorder Stepped System of Care
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The stepped system of care for eating disorders delivers coordinated, evidence-based services that increase or decrease in intensity according to a person's changing psychological, physical, nutritional, and functional needs. Progression along the continuum is not linear and response to treatment is individual and variable.
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Sports associations play a large and ongoing role in the influence of people engaging in competitive physical activity and are therefore instrumental in delivering positive messaging about body image and healthy eating and exercise behaviours within a high risk community.Read more