- Introduction to Knife Skills
Using a serrated knife is recommended for people with vision loss as it is possible to determine the location of the cutting edge without relying on visual cues.
- Colour And Contrast
Colour and contrast can help make things easier to see when you are preparing food and during mealtimes.
- Take-A-Long Trail Mix
Trail mix is a great way to introduce basic cooking skills with your child such as pouring, measuring, scooping, stirring and following a simple recipe.
- Skills for Spreading with a Kitchen Knife
Learn how to use a kitchen knife to spread toppings onto their food.
- Snack Baskets
A fun way to have access to snacks all day and a great way to promote independence.
- Bunny Sandwich
Now is a great time while at home, to practice cooking skills with your children. Here is a fun spring themed recipe for a bunny sandwich.
Functional Living Skills
Serving Children & Youth Who are Deaf, Hard of Hearing/Blind or Visually Impaired