Visual Recipes: A Cookbook For Non-Readers
This cookbook was written for individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities. It helps to enable independence and confidence in the kitchen. The step-by-step recipes are depicted with clear photographs, so that they can be used by non-readers or those that are visual learners. The book includes 35 broken down recipes that vary in number of steps (including seven steps to slice an apple to 36 steps to make banana muffins). The clear images also enable younger individuals to join in in the kitchen, even if this is just for putting items into the mixing bowl! Visual Recipes has been warmly received by top professionals in the field of Autism Research today, including Temple Grandin, Elizabeth King Gerlack and Gary Mesibov, PhD.