How can we respond if your child does not want to EAT?
Are you worried because your child
- refuses most of what you give him to eat or drink?
- insists on a very restricted diet with predominantly sweet and starchy foods?
- wants to eat all the time, and the food scattered everywhere?
This is a common problem. For some reason, some children have difficulty with the most basic milestones of early development and parents are desperate for support to help their child.
Your child can learn to EAT so you don't have to worry anymore and your family can eat together in peace.
Suddenly he took a slice of pizza from her plate and began to eat it.
When I was the modin At the age of 5, he was nonverbal and ate only chips, candy and white bread with Nutella. He was used to helping himself. His mother tried to hide the candies and the Nutella jar. But he found them every time. It took more than a year to convince his mother that it was possible for children with an autism diagnosis to eat other foods. Finally, she stopped buying Nutella. Modin was furious: He sat down at the table and screamed. In the meantime, many things had changed: Each child had a child-sized chair at the table, which was one of the helpful daily routines. His mother quietly placed the empty plate in front of him and ignored his screaming. It was pizza day and the rest of the family sat down to eat. Suddenly, he snatched a slice of pizza off her plate and started eating it. I couldn't believe it: I never thought he would eat pizza," his mother told me.'
This course consists of 16 units:
This 16-unit course will help you address your child's eating problems in a thoughtful and simple way.
Lesson 1 - Food and food
Food - appetite - digestion
Lesson 2 - Good and healthy food
Food groups - good, bad or NOT foods.
Lesson 3 - How much food is good for my child?
Portion size - The inner hunger clock - Less is more
Lesson 4 - Minimal Diet
How can you stop worrying about whether your child will survive?
Lesson 5 - Eating the food: Whose job is it?
Roles - Responsibilities - Power Struggles
Lesson 6 - Strategies to promote healthy eating
Meal times - What to do and what not to do
Lesson 7 - Helpful Guidelines for Feeding and Eating
Basic rules for healthy eating with your child
Lesson 8 - Playful around food + helping in the kitchen
Exploring food - getting involved - learning about the world
Lesson 9 - Simple recipes
Pizza - fruit salad - fish cakes - banana yogurt
Lesson 10 - Creative ideas around food and drink
Easy to make - Delight the child - Stimulate the imagination
Lesson 11 - Picky eating and fussy eaters
Basic ideas - Strategies - What to avoid
Lesson 12 - What you should NEVER say about food and eating
What you say to your child can make things worse or prevent change
Lesson 13 - Picky Eating
Basic strategies and examples
Lesson 14 - TIPS for Picky Eaters
How to avoid nagging and conflict at meals
Lesson 15 - Why variety is so important
What to offer - when - and how
Letkion 16 - How to create variety
Strategies that work and what to avoid