As each has received a gift, use it to serve one another, as good stewards of God's varied grace ~ 1 Peter 4:10
Jacob's Ladder Special Needs Fitness is a Christian, non-
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Jacob's Ladder Special Needs Fitness
Location: Strongsville OH 44149
Each special need child can have a unique set of nutritional risks, depending on their condition and medical issues varying from weight problems to relational food issues to medicine and genetic factors. Their nutritional plan should incorporate those issues, work to solve or support them, and ultimately to improve their nutrition on a daily basis.
We have all been there. The kids just like what they like and it’s tough to get them to try new things. Involve your child in the grocery shopping experience. Encourage them to try things that will benefit their bodies and explain the importance of healthy eating. Choose something new to try from the produce section or a new shape of pasta. Try one new thing at a time until you find something they like. Consult with your child’s doctor if there are food issues related to medicines. Ask for guidance.
Gradually add new foods that your child likes and encourage them to eat less and buy less of the foods that are unhealthy. Continue to talk to about the benefits of healthy eating in new and different ways. Establish a positive meal-
A successful nutrition plan will look different for each child. Adapt meals and snacks to continually add as many nutritional foods as you can. This will happen over time -
Here is a summary of the top 10 diets for kids with special needs. Consult with your health care provider and choose one of these if it fits your child’s dietary needs.
Here are some pointers for parents of Down Syndrome kids that will help with this part of the plan.
Grab an app to help, inspire, and keep track of the nutritional needs and exercise for your kids.