Five ways meal prep kits like HelloFresh can support cooking skills in people with intellectual disabilities
If you’re looking for a new way to teach cooking skills to individuals with intellectual disabilities, meal delivery kits like HelloFresh, Blue Apron, Home Chef, and Freshly may be a good option for you! This article includes five ways meal prep kits can support cooking skills in people with intellectual disabilities, whether you’re cooking at home with the family or in a life skills classroom.
40 Festive Visual Recipes for Fall
Hi, friends! It’s been a while! I’ve been working on projects other than Accessible Chef, but I’m hoping to get back to more regular posts this fall. Speaking of fall, the autumn season is a perfect time to practice cooking skills- with so many holidays,…
UPDATED Recipe Creator
I’ve heard your suggestions and concerns about the custom recipe creator and have created an all new version! Watch this video tutorial to learn how to use the creator and head over to the recipe creator to start making and sharing visual recipes.
What’s in a name? Your Special Chef is now Accessible Chef
What kind of words should we use to talk about intellectual disability? Cognitive impairment, differently-abled, handicapped, special needs? While the language that we use to describe disability matters, acceptable terminology depends on the decade and whom you ask. Varying preferences for person-first or identity-first language…
What does it mean to have an extra chromosome?
On having a brother with Down syndrome and the origin of Your Special Chef. I don’t remember very much about the birth of my little brother. I remember the way the light filtered onto the diamonds of the carpet as I prayed for a new…
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