EVANSTON – Chef Jona Silva of Cooked Chicago will demonstrate how to cook healthy and appealing dishes that are nutritious and appealing to individuals with food sensory issues, including children, teens and young adults with autism. The event takes place from 6:30 to 8 p.m. on October 8 at NWC Food Incubator Demonstration Kitchen, 1601 Payne Street.
Chef Jona will prepare a smoothie, a snack and a main dish, and he will provide samples, recipes and instructions so parents and caregivers can prepare them at home.
Have Dreams is able to bring this event to the community thanks to a generous grant from the Astellas USA Foundation. A leader in autism services for 20 years, Have Dreams offers programs for children, teens and young adults with autism, diagnostic and family support services and specialized training for teachers and caregivers at its Evanston and Park Ridge locations. For more information, see Have Dreams or (847) 905‐0702.
Have Dreams thanks Chef Jona, Cooked Chicago, and NWC Food Incubator for helping to bring this event to the community.
Submitted by Have Dreams