Eating the Rainbow: Addressing Feeding Problems in Children with Autism

September 13, 2017, 11:30 am to 12:30 pm

This presentation will explore important developmental milestones related to feeding and red flags for potential delays in feeding. A review of different approaches to feeding will be discussed, including discussion of the speech-language pathologists’ and occupational therapists’ roles in treatment and services currently offered at CARD.

Erin Schultz, MS, OTR/L and Beth Nottingham, MS, CC-SLP, CLC

Erin Schultz has been an occupational therapist at the CARD at Kennedy Krieger Institute since 2014. She received her Masters of Science in Occupational Therapy from Shenandoah University in 2011. Erin’s professional interests include helping children and their families have enjoyable meals together.

Beth Nottingham works as a Speech-Language Pathologist at CARD at Kennedy Krieger Institute whilst completing her PhD. She received her Masters Degree in Speech-Language Patholofy from James Madison University, and subsequently completed her clinical fellowship at Kennedy Krieger Institute. Her research and clinical interests include understanding underlying etiologies for feeding problems and helping families connect through meal time routines.


Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD)
Kennedy Krieger Institute
3901 Greenspring Avenue
Creamer Building
Third Floor, Large Conference Room
Baltimore, MD 21211


Parents, family members and professionals

This is a FREE training! To register, visit or call Hanna Hutter at (443) 923-7596.

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