Shedding the Light on Eating Disorders

Beaumont hosts free event

‘Shedding the Light on Eating Disorders’ with former Miss America Kirsten Haglund

NOVEMBER 30 @ 5:30PM — 9:00PM

Meet & Greet with Former Miss America & Experts - Light Buffet Dinner - Silent Auction - Eating Disorders Discussion, Panel, Q & A

Beaumont Troy Hospital - Moceri Learning Center - The Qazi Family Auditorium
44201 Dequindre Road
Troy, MI 48085


Join us for a festive evening of networking, educational program, food and silent auction and learn about the face of eating disorders and how you might help a friend or loved one get the life-saving help they need.

Meet and Greet with eating disorder survivor former Miss America Kirsten Haglund and specialists in the field.

Keynote Speaker Kirsten Haglund

Keynote Speaker Kirsten Haglund

Keynote Speaker Kirsten Haglund joined by experts Jaime Taylor, D.O., Dana Shaperio, PhD, & Lauren Baker, R.D.  

Topics on the agenda include:

-Different types of eating disorders

-Red flags that could indicate a loved one has an eating disorder

-Role nutrition plays in recovery from eating disorders

-Myths about eating disorders

-How therapy can help with recovery

This is a FREE event and community outreach sponsored by Beaumont Cildren's and Children's Miracle Network Hospitals to raise awareness of this deadly illness. There will be a silent auction with all proceeds benefiting eating disorder treament scholarshhips for patients at the Beaumont Hough Center for Adolescent Health. All are welcome, appropriate for health care professionals, clients and their family, students and community members. Please REGISTER HERE so we may accomodate for the buffet.

Eating disorders are serious, potentially life-threatening conditions that affect a person's emotional and physical health. They are not a fad, phase or lifestyle choice. People struggling with an eating disorder need to seek professional help. In the United States, 20 million women and 10 million men suffer from a clinically significant eating disorder at some time in their life...(The National Eating Disorders Association)