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Real Family Dinner Projects: Partnering With the Quincy Children’s Museum

The Quincy Children’s Museum and The Family Dinner Project partnered on some innovative dinner events for families!

How to Talk to Others About Your Child’s Eating Challenges

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How to Create Safe Family Meals After Trauma

It can be difficult to know how to create safe family meals after trauma. We have ideas to help you cope and bring everyone to the table.

Dinner with Kids Who Fidget

Dinner with kids who fidget can be frustrating for everyone. Here’s how to set up neurodivergent kids for success at the table.

Sensory Sensitivities at Family Dinner

Sensory sensitivities at family dinner can make meals a challenge. Here’s how to help kids with sensory processing difficulties.

Making Family Meals More Inclusive

We have expert advice on making family meals inclusive for kids with ADHD, autism, or disabilities that impact communication and behavior.

Autism, ADHD, and Learning Differences at Family Meals

Autism, ADHD, and learning differences can cause challenges at family meals. We’ve got expert help to improve dinnertime for everyone.