The A- word Part 12: Learning How to Self Feed

Jack Riley has been in ABA therapy for the last ten weeks and now they are finally tackling one of his biggest behavioral issues, feeding. Jack Riley doesn’t feed himself food and eats a very limited variety. His diet consists primarily of pancakes, applesauce, and yogurt. In part 12 we see how his therapists and parents begin to work on this skill.

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