The secret behind your child’s picky eating may be their chair. Check to see that your child’s chair provides support at the waist, knees, and ankles. When looking at your child seating from the side, you should see 90 degree angles at these three areas.
Halloween can become stickier than a trick-or-treater’s hands for a child with autism and sensory issues. The deviation from routine combined with noises, smells, crowds, decorations, costumes, and new foods can overwhelm a sensitive child. If a traditional Halloween isn’t in your plans this year, foregoing candy, crowds, and trick-or-treating doesn’t mean your child needs to miss the Halloween fun all together.
Looking for ways to help your autistic older picky eater or teenager? These genius solutions will help older kids who never grew out of picky eating. Get ready for your teen to finally eat better.
It’s not only about surviving Thanksgiving, but making sure that your autistic picky eater is comfortable and actually eats something. These strategies will help your picky eater actually eat so you can all enjoy the holiday.
Parents of picky eaters with autism share their go to school lunches.