Parents of picky eaters with autism share their go to school lunches.
Mealtime distractions like TV, tablets, and toys are coping mechanisms. Both picky eaters and their parents can benefit from a distraction at mealtimes. Which is why when you think about it, it’s not so surprising that parents of picky eaters, children on the autism spectrum, and those with sensory food aversions resort to mealtime distractions.
This article will discuss how you can make one meal for your whole family - your picky eater included
If you’re making a special meal for your picky eater you’re certainly not alone. But making dinner for your family doesn’t have to be so hard. You can put an end to short-order cooking, get your family eating one meal, and save a ton of time and stress, all while feeling confident your picky eater is getting the nutrition they need.
20+ Healthy Packed Lunch Ideas for Picky Eaters
Do you feel like your autistic picky eater with sensory issues eats the same thing every day?
If this sounds like you and you’re looking for new ideas for a sensory avoider or a child with poor oral motor skills (a kid who prefers soft, smooth, and easy-to-chew foods) this meal plan is for you!