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Chefs Share Tips for Healthy Eating
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With the holidays fast approaching, AbilityPath’s parent nonprofit organization, Community Gatepath welcomed chefs from Stanford University’s Dining Department to help young adults with disabilities and their families kick-off healthy eating habits.   In November AbiltiyPath’s released Finding Balance  a report illustrating the greater health risks facing kids with special needs as it relates to obesity.  Stanford Dining’s Executive Chef David Iott, shared some quick tips for our AbilityPath families  in the video below before their presentation. 

More healthy eating and cooking tips for young adults with disabilities  

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