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Make Food Fun: Helping Youth with Disabilities Eat Healthier - eXtension - Shared screen with speaker view
Lisa Martin
18:48
color
Carmen Bostrom
18:48
a colorful salad
Shari P
18:58
beautiful colors
Mingla Charoenmuang
19:03
juicy and crunchy
Michelle Floch
19:14
Lots of Color. Fresh!
Mingla Charoenmuang
19:32
chaos
Lisa Martin
19:35
strange
Carmen Bostrom
19:36
gross.
Shari P
19:36
sensory issues,
Lisa Martin
34:37
I agree!
Mingla Charoenmuang
44:40
I have a question about different ways of food prep. Is there a pattern for what's preferred: for example canned, frozen, fresh: boiled, grilled corns? Which one is better to start introducing a food item?
Lori Wathen, Sooner SUCCESS
44:45
will the resources listed be sent to us?
Carmen Bostrom
45:28
Sounds like a taste test of frozen, can and fresh would help
Mary Jo Napolitano
45:32
will you be sharing the recording of this please?
Mingla Charoenmuang
46:11
Do you have any comments on spicy food?
Mary Jo Napolitano
46:16
thank you so much!
Mingla Charoenmuang
48:22
So do you keep a log for each student?
Carmen Bostrom
48:26
Great presentation!!!
Lori Wathen, Sooner SUCCESS
49:58
I have a 18yr old with DS and thought as he got older he would expand his food choices, but that hasn't happened. Hope I can use some of these strategies to assist that.
Carmen Bostrom
53:22
The two bite club
Lori Wathen, Sooner SUCCESS
53:36
Thank you for doing this and the information!
Lori Wathen, Sooner SUCCESS
54:03
Your son is so cute!!
Mingla Charoenmuang
54:06
Thank you for your presentation, Noelle and Vanessa.