picky eating

How to end mealtime meltdowns with your picky eater

You probably have a morning routine to get the kids out the door and to school on time. I’m sure you also have a nighttime routine making sure baths are taken and teeth are brushed before it’s time to snuggle together with a book before bed.

Have you ever considered a routine for eating meals?

How to make sensory food aversions your friend

For a lot of kiddos who I work with the decision to eat or not to eat a food is often just as much about the food’s appearance and texture as it is about its taste.

That means that the way a food is cut or cooked can make or break the decision to eat for a child with sensory challenges.

Weird but effective trick to make your picky kid with autism love vegetables

Imagine this: your child - open to exploring new foods, helping out in the kitchen, excited to pass through the produce section of the grocery store, asking for second servings of something other than chicken nuggets.

Does this sound like a dream?

It doesn’t have to be. Adopting one simple action is all you need to start converting your kiddo from a veggie skeptic to happy omnivore.