Teaching families that food needs to be an integral part of their daily life not that you: have to, this much at this time, only this before that. Teaching child (family) food for fuel, how to fuel his/her brain. How to break the cycle of disordered eating bred in infancy
Working from the outside in: what does the food feel like, smell like before what does it taste like. What can you do with it before you eat it? Maximize child’s power and control over food by activities where the child assists in food preparation, mixes, pours etc. Thereby enhancing not only the child’s ownership over their feeding but it also directly relates to the development of self-possession. The program enhances and supports the child’s mastery of daily living skills.

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