Teaching Authentic Cooking Skills to Adults With Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities: Active Engagement is a valuable addition to the resource toolkit for those who work with, care for, or teach individuals with these conditions, particularly adults. The book outlines evidence-based effective teaching methodologies for this population to engage in food preparation. It emphasizes choice and individualization, making the process achievable and rewarding. The author connects the dots between acquiring cooking skills and social skills and work opportunities.
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