Almost every family I have worked with in the last 20 years has an autistic child who is a picky eater or has a restrictive diet in some way and to some extent. It is for this reason that I decided to do a 4 part series on picky eating and the steps you can take to help expand your child’s diet. In video 1 of this series, I address 4 primary reasons why expanding your child’s diet is so important. This process is not JUST about nutrition (though that is important too). If you haven’t seen video 1, CLICK HERE to watch now.
In Part 2, I teach a critical strategy that will set the foundation for your process with your child. Doing this step first can help make a big difference in how successful you and your child might be in breaking through picky eating habits and help you and your child avoid a lot of unnecessary frustration. If you haven’t seen video 2, CLICK HERE to watch now.
In Part 3, I teach the next step in helping your child be much more receptive to new foods. In fact, without doing this first your child might always limit themselves to a few items. CLICK HERE to watch part 3.
In today’s video, Part 4, I share two specific and tested strategies to help your child be willing to eat new foods in a way that can feel safe and predictable for your child.
Watch today’s video to learn more!
Plus, HERE is the link I mention in the above video if you are looking for more resources.
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