Rashelle Berry is the nutritionist in the Pediatric Feeding Disorders Program at Marcus Autism Center. She received her Master in Public Health in Epidemiology from Emory University and her Master of Science in Nutrition from Georgia State University.
Rashelle completed her dietetic internship at Georgia State University which included training at Grady Hospital, Emory Healthcare, Piedmont Healthcare, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta and Gwinnett Medical Center.
Rashelle’s clinical work and research focus on the nutrition and growth of children with feeding disorders. Her current interests include establishing a standardized approach to providing optimal nutrition to children with feeding disorders. This includes children with food selectivity, failure to thrive, overweight/obesity and feeding tube dependence.
Rashelle has given numerous presentations across the country on the topic of feeding disorders in an effort to disseminate information to clinicians and caregivers.
When Erik was born he had a stroke that caused some damage to his brain. By the time Erik was 4 months old, he stopped eating. Eleven years after he first began treatment at Marcus, Erik's feeding and language issues are under control.
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