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The other two have more simple menus. Most people would not let a neurotypical child endure this abuse from anyone, so why is this normalized for autistic children? But something that is not talked about as much regarding sensory issues are those regarding foods, which is when autistic people are hypersensitive to the details iim foods, including colors, tastes, and textures of foods. However, autistic people with sensory sensitivities or aversions to tastes and textures are not picky eaters, they are sensory eaters.
Coming from myself, an autistic person who has constantly been invalidated about my diet as and as an adult, please do not dismiss the needs of autistic people, including their needs for different foods picjy specialized foods.
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Some autistic people use this to their advantage, and have incredible palates and are chefs and bakers. That means that certain busy environments with bright lights or harsh sounds can be overwhelming for autistic people and cause sensory overload. There are therapies, namely ABA therapies, that will withhold comfort foods for autistic people until they achieve a desired behavior, which is incredibly abusive, especially if that food is the only food they will eat.
Parents and educators should respect when their autistic child or autistic student refuses to eat something, and not try to force them to eat something they do not want to eat.
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I don't like fish and I even tried a couple of bites of some of my husbands red snapper and marlin dishes. Otaheite is probably going to have the most complex food. However, forcing autistic people to eat foods that are repulsive to them is just as abusive as forcing autistic people to suppress their stimming or any other of their traits and behaviors. Breakfast is buffet so you can get as plain cereal, pastries, scrambled eggs or as fancy callaloo, made to order omelet as you like.
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But om refusal to eat these vegetables was due to texture aversions from being autistic and having sensory sensitivities for certain foods. Autistic people may not filter out sensory input in the same way a neurotypical person does. The appetizers though seem to be the most creative course. Don't like fish or don't like sauces or pickky would prefer meat and potatoes? I only drink water, I will not eat any sauces or condiments, and I will not eat foods that are mushy or runny, such as apple sauce or mashed potatoes I will eat hard and crunchy potatoes, thoughand these have not changed since I was little.
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My advice is to not worry about it and be adventurous. An autistic child may have a meltdown or gag even looking at or smelling a food that they hate.
ppicky Autistic people being expected to completely change and expand their diets is just another way they are expected to accommodate neurotypical people. Re: Couples negril food question, im picky : 7 years ago Save Define picky.
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Parents should explain what their concerns are, including that they just want their autistic child to be healthy, but also happy and not distressed from sensory sensitivities regarding their diet. Lunch is buffet too, so same. Dinner- I don't think we ate a buffet once, so can't comment there.
As an autistic adult myself, my diet is limited to foods with specific textures and tastes. The honest truth is the menus change, but the style of food probably not.
Report inappropriate content. If I really tried hard pickyy gave myself time, maybe I could cook a meal, but I would much rather eat something pre-made.
When I was a student at elementary school, I remember a lunch supervisor looking into my lunchbox, and making me go to the salad bar to pick healthier foods that I absolutely could not stand, such as baby carrots and lettuce, because of their awfully bland taste and their stringy, gritty textures. Or, do you think the food is not fancy enough?
But autistic children who do not want to eat foods are not refusing these foods out of a lack of respect for their parents, but because they really do not want to eat something so repulsive and so disgusting to them.
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There is no way you'll go hungry. Other autistic people may not have the executive functioning skills that are necessary to plan and cook complex meals, and I fall into this category myself.
Alternatively we usually just ate a sandwich, jerk chicken or pattie at the grill for lunch. Autistic people with sensory aversions have these throughout adulthood, and this usually carries on into diet as well. You can have cereal and fruit even delivered to your room if that's what floats your boat.
Licky are therapies that encourage parents to let their autistic children starve so that eventually, they will eat the food that they keep refusing to eat. Therapies that aim to change the behaviors of autistic children may also try to change their diet. I was glad I did. Lychee is upscale asian food and we enjoyed both of our meals there.