Open Door Learning Center presents
“Food for Thought”:
Increasing food selectivity and improving mealtime routines
TOPIC: Do you have a “picky eater”? Does sitting at the dinner table always seem to be a challenge? Increase appropriate behaviors during mealtime routines and combat food selectivity with strategies that’ll give you “food for thought”.
WHEN: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9TH, 2016
WHERE: Davis Cottage on Paxton Campus
601 Catoctin Circle, NE
Leesburg, VA 20176
**CHILDCARE PROVIDED WITH RSVP**
RSVP: Christine Favréaux
Presenter: Megan Allman, BCaBA, LABA – Team Lead @ ODLC
Megan Allman has been working with kids and young adults with developmental disabilities for the past eight years. Ms. Megan completed her BCaBA coursework through the Florida Institute of Technology and became a Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst in January of 2013. She joined the Paxton Campus in February 2015 and has been the Team Lead at ODLC since the beginning of the school year. Ms. Megan enjoys working in the field she loves and is excited to share these workshop techniques using the principles off Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA).