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.

AuthorNEDC
Year2021

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