Picky Eating

What's in this issue?

This month’s theme is “Picky Eating,” and many parents experience this with their children, whether or not they have autism. Finding just the right nutrition, dealing with children who don’t like the textures of certain foods, or combating various eating disorders can make a parent’s job that much more difficult. We hope this issue provides some help and hope for you and your child. Happy reading!

Featured in this issue:

  • 10 Ways To Deal With Picky Eating
  • Help! My child is eating paper, soil, rocks…
  • Does my Child have a Pediatric Feeding Disorder?
  • Camel’s Milk for Autism: What Are the Benefits?
  • Can a Fecal Transplant Reduce Autism Symptoms?
  • Breastfeeding and Autism: What You Need To Know
  • Do We Need A Chewy Toy for Autism?
  • Epigenetics and Autism: Is There a Link?
  • 7 Benefits of ABA Therapy Services for Kids With Autism
  • 11 Tips to Help Your Child Adjust to A New Family Member
  • 9 Tips On How I Manage My Mental Illness And Disabilities
  • Autism and Grief: What to Do and How to Prepare
  • The Most Suitable Games for People on the Spectrum
  • What is Virtual Autism, and How is it Assessed?
  • Parents, Do You Wonder What It's Like to Have Autism?
  • How to Get My Child Tested for Autism
  • Autism Warrior: Justin Richards
  • Autism: Maximize Potential with MNRI® Reflex Integration
  • Hold on Tight: A Parent’s Journey Raising Children with Mental Illness
  • Poetry Corner: Sense of Calm