Toddlers are notoriously picky eaters. When a toddler or young child has been diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder, the picky eating can get downright epic. No child can live on french fries alone, so parents of kids with autism are often faced with battles when introducing new foods and new tastes. Every child with autism is different. Some may struggle with hot or cold foods, while others may prefer certain colors, textures or may be very rigid when it comes to the routines around mealtime.View Full Article
There is a lot of research showing that children on the spectrum are more likely
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