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Asperger's syndrome and eating habits : for autistic individuals, parents, and anyone working with autistic adults or autistic children / by Alis Rowe

By: Rowe, Alis.
Series: The Girl with the Curly Hair. London : Lonely Mind Books, 2019Edition: First Edition.Description: 105 pages : illustrations : 22 x 22 cm.Subject(s): ASPERGER SYNDROME | AUTISM | EATING BEHAVIOUR | FOOD | FOOD PREFERENCES | HEALTH ISSUES
Contents:
Why is a healthy diet so important? - The relationship between ASD and food. - Strategies for successfully managing eating. - Food aversions. - Food Obsessions. - The positive consequences of having an unusual diet.
Summary: "This guide looks at some of the difficulties associated with eating for people on the autistic spectrum and gives suggestions on how to help. It also looks at one of the most overlooed problems which is how eating can affect your social life." - BOOK JACKET
List(s) this item appears in: The girl with the curly hair. June 2019
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Why is a healthy diet so important? - The relationship between ASD and food. - Strategies for successfully managing eating. - Food aversions. - Food Obsessions. - The positive consequences of having an unusual diet.

"This guide looks at some of the difficulties associated with eating for people on the autistic spectrum and gives suggestions on how to help. It also looks at one of the most overlooed problems which is how eating can affect your social life." - BOOK JACKET

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