Many children with autism struggle to be in control – this puts them in control!
The visual component is a real plus for many on the spectrum.
The structure that stays the same (for years) easily becomes a daily routine that they like.
There are no more surprises at mealtime – it is very predictable.
Kids and teens are more easily able to be in control of making a wider variety of healthy choices.
It is much easier to introduce new foods.
Many kids become more engaged in food preparation and purchasing, developing skills for a healthy lifetime!
With the stresses of food choices reduced it is easier to deal with the social issues at family mealtimes.
Just maybe for many on the spectrum, eating challenges are more related to needs that autism presents and not about food. If you haven’t considered this for your child, please do. The Eating Game could be a real positive life changer for your family in many ways.
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