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About the Course

Addressing picky eating habits poses a challenge for many families, especially those caring for children with diverse needs. Understanding the complexities of dietary preferences, we warmly welcome you to our FREE Caregiver Webinar aimed at enriching mealtime experiences in your household.

Led by Clinical Director Hillary Genovese, M.A. BCBA, this enlightening session will focus on:

• Expanding Food Horizons: Discover strategies to gently introduce new foods, turning mealtime battles into opportunities for exploration and joy.

• Understanding Restrictive Eating: Gain insights into why some children may develop selective eating habits and how it affects family dynamics.

• Creating Positive Food Experiences: Learn how to create an encouraging environment that celebrates each small success towards becoming an adventurous eater.

• Fostering Adventurous Eaters: Equip yourself with tools and techniques to support your child in broadening their food choices, contributing to their nutritional well-being.

Guided by Hillary’s extensive expertise, this webinar is crafted to empower you with effective approaches to support your child in exploring new foods. Our aim is to make mealtime a positive, stress-free experience for your family, encouraging happy and healthy eating habits.

Embrace this opportunity to transform your family’s approach to food and eating. Join us for an evening of support, learning, and practical strategies to welcome diverse foods into your child’s diet.

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About Hillary

Hillary Genovese has been at Bierman Autism Center in Berkeley Heights, New Jersey, for over three years – initially as a BCBA Clinical Supervisor and now in a Clinical Director role. She has an undergraduate degree in Psychology from New York University and a Master’s in Special Education (K-6) from Montclair State University. Hillary completed her post-master coursework in ABA through the Florida Institute of Technology. She’s been a BCBA since 2018 and has worked in various settings, including school-based, center-based, and home-based, with clients ages 18 months to 23 years old. Hillary’s interests in the field include joint attention, parent training, and sleep training. When Hillary isn’t working, she enjoys spending time with her 6 pets, reading, exploring new coffee shops, and exercising.