My Child won’t EAT
for PARENTS with a SPECIAL CHILD
Our biggest problem was that our child did not want to EAT
Does your child
- refuse most of what you give him to eat or to drink?
- insist on a very limited diet of mostly sweet and starchy foods?
- want to eat all the time, spreading food all over the place?
I have witnessed this a lot. For some reason the child is still struggling with the most basic milestones of early development and parents are desperate for support and to help their child.
Your child can learn to EAT, so you can stop worrying and your family can have mealtimes together.
This module will help you in 16 units to tackle your child’s eating issues in thoughtful and simple ways.
Unit 1 Food and Eating
Eating – Appetite – Digestion
Unit 2 Good Healthy Food
Food groups – Good Foods – Non-foods – Bad foods
Unit 3 How much food is good for me child?
Portion-Size – The Internal Hunger Clock – Less is More
Unit 4 Minimal Diet
How can you stop worrying, whether your child will survive?
Unit 5 Eating the Food: Whose Job is it?
Roles – Responsibilities – Power battles
Unit 6 Strategies to encourage Healthy Eating
Mealtimes – What to do & What not to do
Unit 7 Feeding GUIDELINES
Basic Rules for Healthy Eating with your Child
Unit 8 Being playful with Food + Helping in the kitchen
Exploring food – Being involved – Finding out about the world
Unit 9 Simple Recipes
Pizza – Fruit Salad – Fish cakes – Banana Yoghurt
Unit 10 Creative Ideas around Food and Eating
Easy to do – Delighting the Child – Encouraging Imagination
Unit 11 Fussy Eating & Picky Eaters
Basic ideas – Strategies – What to Avoid
Unit 12 What you should NEVER say about Food and Eating
What you say to your Child, can make Things Worse or Prevent Change
Unit 13 Picky Eating
Basic Strategies & Examples
Unit 14 TIPS for Picky Eaters
How to Prevent Mealtime Battles
Unit 15 Why Variety is so Important
What to offer – When – and How
Unit 16 How to Add Variety
Strategies that Work & What to Avoid
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