Feeding And Eating 30
Many special needs children are placed on high-calorie diets. Here are some tips on how to manage a high-calorie diet with ideas for foods and calorie enhancers.
Breast feeding a baby can be difficult, especially if they have a vision impairment. Learn about your options when choosing to nurse a blind or visually impaired baby.
Learning whole concepts can be difficult and take some time for children with vision impairments. Rather than trying to teach everything at once, give your child time to explore his world, piece together information, and gather as much real experiences as possible over time. Here's an example using food and teaching your child where food comes from...
Learn how to make a small sippy cup out of household items that is easy for your child to hold and impossible to break!
The secret to successful mealtime may be in the utensils! We review and recommend the best place settings, snack storage, and bibs that support kids with disabilities as they develop self-feeding skills.
We'll give you tips and ideas on how to set goals and teach your blind baby how to finger feed.
Start a new tradition this year... Get your child in the kitchen and have them help you bake a cake! The smells and tastes are so yummy plus they'll get to share their creation with the family.