It’s back to school time and let’s face it: Mornings are hectic, especially for parents of children with special needs. A healthy balanced breakfast may go by the wayside and we rely on quick, packaged options or skip breakfast altogether. However, numerous studies in children show that eating breakfast is associated with better behavior in the classroom. Even more show that eating breakfast more frequently is associated with higher test scores in subjects like Mathematics, Science and English. Doctor Yum and Coach Mel, co-authors of the award-winning book, Raising a Healthy Happy Eater, offer these 4 tips for making breakfast better!