by Beverly Worth Palomba
Geared not only toward those with autism, down syndrome, ADHD, ADD, and other developmental and learning disabilities, but young people with a desire to learn to cook as well, the recipes inSpecial Day Cooking are supported by a proven approach to cooking that show great success. All recipes are in large type, and are formatted in consistent, easy-to-follow steps for all skill levels. They are safe -- needing only a microwave, toaster or blender and a plastic knife to cook, and sometimes no equipment at all -- and can all be completed in one hour or less.
“Whether a person is living at home, in a group home or have their own apartment, cooking is a very important life skill and one that’s needed every day,” shares Palomba. “We want our children to be as independent as they can be, and sharing a recipe with family or friends makes you feel great. Up goes your self-esteem and self-confidence!”
- Knowledge to promote independent living
- Working together and fostering teamwork
- Self-confidence and building self-esteem
- Bonding with family and friends in the kitchen
- Strengthens motor skills
- And so much more!
For more information, visit www.specialdaycooking.com.
Special Day Cooking is available at SpecialDayCooking.com and on Amazon.