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Mealtimes can be tough when your child is autistic or has ADHD. Here are 5 tips to try

By Stella Boyd-Ford, Research Fellow with the Grow&Go Toolbox, The University of Queensland
Clare Dix, Research Fellow in Nutrition & Dietetics, The University of Queensland
Meals can be a recipe for distress when children find recognising feelings of hunger and thirst, completing tasks, processing sensory input or social interactions challenging.The Conversation

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