February 12, 2014


Does your child limit the foods they will eat over a given period of time? Have you figured out why they do this?

~ Is there a physical impairment/medical reason that prevents a varied diet?

~ Is it food allergies or sensitivities?

~ Is it sensory related? How?

Have you ever considered the relationship of the limited preferences to:

~ the need for structure and routine

~ the need for visuals to support/enhance communication

~ the need for a predictability so they know what’s coming next

~ the need for a sense of control enabling independence

do you know why

What can you do to change this for your child and for your peace of mind that they are getting a nutritious diet that ensures they can meet daily demands that depend on good health?

For a child to be able to achieve their personal best in whatever they do: learning, playing, listening, attending to tasks, managing in an ever changing environment full of surprises, social interaction or even sleeping well they need to be healthy. Good health requires a healthy diet which can be a real stumbling block for many children and families.

What have you tried to help your child change this behavior?

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About Jean
Jean Nicol is the Inventor and Patents owner for The Eating Game. She is the owner of the business EYECAN CREATIONS Publications, the home base for all business related to The Eating Game. Jean is a retired Special Education Teacher who is a very passionate autism advocate. Her inspiration for creating The Eating Game was an autistic boy whose family wanted the best for him, starting with good health promoted by healthy eating. The Eating Game accomplished that for him and now many more children and their families around the world. Learn more at Jean enjoys contact with Eating Game users and will reply to emails as quickly as she can to answer any questions or concerns.

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