Parents have told us that serving the food items / custard / gravy...
can be a good way to deal with this.
The distance of separation of course, has to be greater than the measured line thickness / visual acuity needed to see the items as separate.
A plate with compartments allows the separation to be felt.
There can be lots of other reasons for not choosing to eat food. Atypical vision is just one.
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