WHY IS THIS HAPPENING WITH MY CHILD?
January 29, 2015
THIS CAN BE TOO OVERWHELMING!
February 6, 2015

Fruit 

peach, pear, apple, apricot, plum, kiwi, orange, grapefruit, banana, grapes, blueberry, melon, mango, plantain, pineapple, lime, strawberry, raisins, watermelon, cherries, cranberries, applesauce, lemon juice, popsicle, apple juice, orange juice, grape juice, lemonade, olives, rhubarb, dates, figs

Vegetables 

baked potato, mashed potato, french fries, sweet potato, lettuce, kale, tomato, cucumber, radish, green pepper, yellow pepper, red pepper, celery, cabbage, green beans, yellow beans, corn on cob, corn nibblets, mushrooms, onion, peas, beets, broccoli, spinach, carrot, asparagus, turnip, tomato soup, vegetable soup, cauliflower, squash

Grains

noodles, spaghetti, macaroni, lasagna, ravioli, bagel, muffin, biscuit, roll, bread sticks, melba toast, croutons, English muffin, pancakes, waffles, crackers, animal crackers, fish crackers, graham crackers, pretzels, popcorn, corn chips, white rice, brown rice, wild rice, rice cakes, burrito, nachos, taco, French toast, white bread, whole wheat bread, pita, sandwich, oatmeal, cereal, sandwich, grilled cheese, choc chip cookie, oatmeal cookie, peanut butter cookie, granola bar, cake, cupcake, hamburger bun,hot dog bun, pizza, pie crust, brownie, rice krispie square, bread stuffing, dumplings, cinnamon roll, banana bread, hot cross bun

Meat and Alternatives

baked beans, pizza, pizza pop, taco, burrito, donair, ham, pork chop, bacon, hot dog, hamburger, cheeseburger, meatballs, beef patties, pogo, lamb chop, steak, ribs, chicken leg, chicken breast, chicken nuggets, chicken sandwich, chicken strips, chicken burger, turkey, fish, fish sticks, fish burger, fish cakes, shrimp, fish&chips, sausage, pot pie, can salmon, can tuna, pepperoni, sloppy joe, peanut butter, nuts, macaroni & cheese, lasagna, ravioli, spaghetti, meat sandwich, fish sandwich, boiled egg, fried egg, poached egg, scrambled egg, omelet, egg sandwich, French toast, stew, chili, chick peas, tofu, meatloaf

Milk and Alternatives

milk, chocolate milk, hot chocolate, cheese slices, chedder cheese, cottage cheese, swiss cheese, mozzerella cheese, cheese sticks, cheese sandwich, grilled cheese, milkshake, fruit shake, chocolate shake, strawberry shake, chocolate pudding, butterscotch pudding, vanilla pudding, yogurt, pint carton of milk, ice cream in dish, ice cream cone, ice cream sandwich, ice cream bar, sundae, butter,  cream, eggnog

 

Jean
Jean
Jean Nicol was a Special Education Teacher who after 10 years of retirement continues to be a very passionate autism advocate especially in the international autism community via social media. In 1970 Jean began her working career as a Home Economics Teacher after completing a BSc in Nutrition at St Francis Xavier University in Nova Scotia. Four years later she completed her BEd and began teaching elementary school where she quickly found her calling in Special Education and completed the Post Grad Special Education Program at Ottawa University. This was the beginning of a very rewarding 20 years in special education; with a desire to learn as much as she could about autism working with many children from preschool age to teenagers and young adults, as a teacher and community volunteer. Jean ended her working career as an Autism Consultant in the local public schools for 2 years. Then all of her education and work experience came together to keep her very busy in her retirement with her invention. During early retirement Jean worked part time as an Early Interventionist in a home visit play centered program for preschoolers with developmental delays. While doing this a friend asked for help in addressing the eating challenges of her six year old autistic son. Jean responded with enthusiasm and created what would become The Eating Game. This program was so successful Jean decided that her time would be well spent creating more of The Eating Game to help so many children with ASD who often deal with eating challenges. Her venture began with a small home business, EYECAN CREATIONS Jean Nicol was a Special Education Teacher who after 10 years of retirement continues to be a very passionate autism advocate especially in the international autism community via social media. In 1970 Jean began her working career as a Home Economics Teacher after completing a BSc in Nutrition at St Francis Xavier University in Nova Scotia. Four years later she completed her BEd and began teaching elementary school where she quickly found her calling in Special Education and completed the Post Grad Special Education Program at Ottawa University. This was the beginning of a very rewarding 20 years in special education; with a desire to learn as much as she could about autism working with many children from preschool age to teenagers and young adults, as a teacher and community volunteer. Jean ended her working career as an Autism Consultant in the local public schools for 2 years. Then all of her education and work experience came together to keep her very busy in her retirement with her invention. During early retirement Jean worked part time as an Early Interventionist in a home visit play centered program for preschoolers with developmental delays. While doing this a friend asked for help in addressing the eating challenges of her six year old autistic son. Jean responded with enthusiasm and created what would become The Eating Game. This program was so successful Jean decided that her time would be well spent creating more of The Eating Game to help so many children with ASD who often deal with eating challenges. Her venture began with a small home business, EYECAN CREATIONS Publications and grew in seven years to now proudly display 2 Eating Game Patents, Canadian and American! Eating Game product development continues to play a role as Jean helps parents and children internationally. Every day is an adventure online meeting and helping friends in the global autism community with eating issues and many other concerns related to autism. Jean believes that key issues in helping children with autism relate to communication and social skill development. She is always ready to help parents work out ways to support their children, to give them “a voice” using visual supports, including social stories. Making a difference in the lives of children with autism and their families makes daily life worthwhile and very rewarding for Jean Nicol. The Eating Game website http://www.theeatinggame.ca/ Twitter https://twitter.com/TheEatingGame Facebook https://www.facebook.com/jean.nicol1 Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TheEatingGame Google+ https://plus.google.com/u/1/+JeanNicolTheEatingGame/posts LinkedIn http://www.linkedin.com/in/jeannicol Pinterest http://www.pinterest.com/theeatinggame/ Pinterest http://www.pinterest.com/jeannicol/

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