One of my favorite techniques to inspire your selective eater want to eat new foods is bringing them into the kitchen and encouraging them to get down and dirty with food.

I know as an autism parent your internal alarm is probably going off after reading that. The idea of a child with autism engaging with food in that way might seem impossible. It’s true. Sensory issues common to many children on the autism spectrum can lead to barriers with cooking, but that doesn’t mean the kitchen isn’t a place for your autistic child.

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