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Message ID: 8894
Date: 2011-07-14

Author:Aaron Robb, M.Ed., NCC, LPC

Subject:Re: David Ludwig's recommendation to use foster care to treat obese children

Ah yes, because foster care has worked so well so often for other children with special needs. And it is much cheaper than working with parents to teach them how to provide healthy diets. -- Aaron Robb, M.Ed., NCC, LPC-S Forensic Counseling Services http://www.texascounseling.org Mailing Address: 8553 N. Beach St. #335, Keller, TX 76244 Phone: 972-360-7437; Fax: 940-343-2601 It’s not an algorithm, it’s a heuristic. It’s meant to be interpreted by good people who want to do good things. - Corey Doctorow, talking about professional guidelines, from the short story “Knights of the Rainbow Table” This e-mail and any attachments contain information from the office of Aaron Robb, LPC-S and are intended solely for the use of the named recipients. Any dissemination of this e-mail is strictly prohibited. If you believe you have received this e-mail in error, notify the sender immediately and permanently delete the e-mail, any attachments, and all copies thereof from any drives or storage media and destroy any printouts of the e-mails or attachments. ________________________________ From: D F MCMAHON To: Child Maltreatment Researchers Sent: Wed, July 13, 2011 10:57:04 AM Subject: David Ludwig's recommendation to use foster care to treat obese children Any thoughts or responses? Sheri McMahon ND

Ah yes, because foster care has worked so well so often for other children with special needs. And it is much cheaper than working with parents to teach them how to provide healthy diets. -- Aaron Robb, M.Ed., NCC, LPC-S Forensic Counseling Services http://www.texascounseling.org Mailing Address: 8553 N. Beach St. #335, Keller, TX 76244 Phone: 972-360-7437; Fax: 940-343-2601 It’s not an algorithm, it’s a heuristic. It’s meant to be interpreted by good people who want to do good things. - Corey Doctorow, talking about professional guidelines, from the short story “Knights of the Rainbow Table” This e-mail and any attachments contain information from the office of Aaron Robb, LPC-S and are intended solely for the use of the named recipients. Any dissemination of this e-mail is strictly prohibited. If you believe you have received this e-mail in error, notify the sender immediately and permanently delete the e-mail, any attachments, and all copies thereof from any drives or storage media and destroy any printouts of the e-mails or attachments. ________________________________ From: D F MCMAHON To: Child Maltreatment Researchers Sent: Wed, July 13, 2011 10:57:04 AM Subject: David Ludwig's recommendation to use foster care to treat obese children Any thoughts or responses? Sheri McMahon ND