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,…
Guest Post: Seven DIY Kitchen Hacks
Today we have a special guest blog post from Maria Lindbergh, an occupational therapist who specializes in home adaptations. Be sure to check out her blog, Stay at Home Solutions, for more amazing content about home and kitchen modifications for people with disabilities. Do you…
Five Tips for Adapting Recipes that Use Sharp Knives
“Why aren’t there more healthy recipes on the Accessible Chef website?” is one of the most common emails I receive from Accessible Chef users. It’s a great question – people with disabilities often face healthcare and nutritional disparities, and teaching healthy cooking skills is a…
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