Published on 12, July, 2020
If he starves or is exceptionally hungry will he eat other food?
I am guessing McDonalds will close down or may already have since they are places where people congregate. Only thing I can think is to get as much cereal in as you can. I have a massively limite diet myself but not as bad as his, so I empathoise. I am currently trying to work out how to get food for myself and my elderly parents. Not an easy task.
I think a lot of people will be going theough this within the community.
I really think they should put the army in the stores, armed and point guns at stockpilers and ultimately shoot them. Anyone found profiteering should also be shot. It makes my blood boil. Sorry shouldnt rant, lol. but I feel for you on getting food.
I just checked. McDonalds have closed all stores in the UK as ordered by the Governement. So im afraid the nuggets are no longer a possibility, probably for the next 3 months.
Hi NAS62235,It sounds like a challenging time with your son, I appreciate that it can be stressful worrying about what he will eat at this time. You may like to contact our Autism Helpline team who can provide you with information and advice. You can contact the team via telephone on 0808 800 4104 (Please note that the Helpline are operating a reduced service at the moment, you can check if lines are open here: https://www.autism.org.uk/services/helplines/main.aspx). Please note that the Helpline is experiencing a high volume of calls and it may take a couple of attempts before you get through to speak to an adviser. Alternatively, should you prefer to send a message, you can do so via their webform: https://www.autism.org.uk/services/helplines/main/form.aspxI hope this is helpful,
It must be difficult to deal with such kind if disease, especially in this pandemic situation when you have actually limited food and source to live. Really sad to read about this experience from which you are going through. [Link removed by moderator]