In my niece Christine’s article – which is in my site when you click on Autism/ADHD, she talks about a suggestion she found in The Kid-Friendly ADHD and Autism Cookbook. Picture a SQUARE MEAL. For this I bought easy to find (Walmart) divided plates for kids. When you picture a square, the right half should […]
Back to school for gluten-free and casein-free kids brings up another important point: Art projects! Some art supplies, such as play dough, glue, and paint, contain gluten. I wouldn’t worry so much about getting gluten on the skin, but every kid I know tends to stick their hands in their mouths at times. For this […]
When my kids got their school forms and fees package in the mail each summer, I just wanted to crawl in a hole and ignore the whole thing! Getting ready for a new school year, and new teachers is not fun! For a child who requires extra attention because of being gluten-free and/or casein free […]
It’s THAT time of year again! For parents of kids who eat a gluten-free, casein-free diet – it can be worrisome! DON’T TRUST THE SCHOOL TO ACCOMMODATE YOUR CHILD. PROVIDE ALL MEALS AND SNACKS! Public and private schools offer lunch programs, and some have breakfast programs. As part of the National School Lunch Program, the […]
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