NEDC Eating Disorder Stepped System of Care (infographic)

About this resource

A one-page infographic of the the stepped system of care for eating disorders.

The stepped system of care 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

See also

Issue 61 I Culture: How it Defines Illness and Shapes Eating Disorder Management

NEDC e-Bulletin In our weight-conscious society, we sometimes forget that the whole world doesn't see the body the way we do (Becker, 1995).

Read more

Eating Disorders Prevention, Treatment and Management – An Evidence Review 

Eating Disorders are serious illnesses associated with a high level of morbidity and burden of disease.

Read more

Reporting and portrayal of eating disorders

In collaboration with Mindframe, Butterfly, and Australian media professionals, NEDC has developed and updated the Mindframe Guide to the Reporting and Portrayal of Eating Disorders, an evidence-based resource which provides practical advice for journalists, editors, and other media professionals to support best-practice reporting and portrayal of eating disorders.

Read more

Eating Disorders in Australia (Greek)

Read more

Help us improve!

Give us feedback!

Survey

We will continue throughout 2020 to update and improve the NEDC website and welcome any feedback you may have on the site.

Provide feedback