Stouffer’s Let’s Fix Dinner: Meet the Joneses

Stouffer’s, with their “Let’s Fix Dinner” challenge, has taken the families of America to task to make the change from fast-food home dining to real family-time dinners. In particluar, the challenge followed the Jones family who, of their three children, have two autistic son’s, both of which have difficulties with speech and vocalization. The Joneses took on the challenge in the hopes that not only would their family structure grow stronger, but that the opportunity to be together would strengthen the boys speech and vocal ability. The videos below follow the family throughout the challenge and offer a depth and insight into the difficulties faced by autism, as well as some interesting insight into how autism affects the boys thinking processes.

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Stouffer’s Let’s Fix Dinner: Meet the Joneses P…, posted with vodpod

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Stouffer’s Let’s Fix Dinner: Meet the Joneses P…, posted with vodpod

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Stouffer’s Let’s Fix Dinner: Meet the Joneses P…, posted with vodpod

Vodpod videos no longer available.

Stouffer’s Let’s Fix Dinner: Meet the Joneses P…, posted with vodpod

It’s simply amazing what a difference having a family dinner can do not only for the family but also on a disability like autism!

See more families involved in the Stouffer’s Let’s Fix Dinner Challenge here.

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