Imagine going out to dinner as a family and actually enjoying yourself, instead of being on edge, making a scene or skipping yet another family event because of your child's autism.
I take my son out to eat often and he behaves better than a lot of neurotypical children. But it wasn't always that way. I've spent years helping him learn this valuable life skill, and I'd love to show you how I did it!
In this ebook, you'll learn:
- Why kids with autism struggle in restaurants - it's not just sensory overload. You'll become more aware and sensitive to what your child is going through so you can create a more enjoyable experience for the entire family.
- Why people give you dirty looks and make rude comments, and two ways to help ignore them.
- How to start small and boost your child's confidence.
- My 50% rule that will completely change the way you teach your child new skills, like how to behave in a restaurant. This will change the entire experience and can’t be ignored.