Our dietetics team is passionate about food, good health, and helping clients achieve their goals. They are experienced in a wide variety of conditions including but not limited to:
What is a Dietitian?
A dietitian is a health professional that applies the science of food and nutrition to promote health and assist clients in achieving their goals.
A dietitian’s role:
Who can see us?
Our Dietitians currently see clients through the following ways:
Our dietetics team are experienced in working with clients who have an intellectual or physical disability. Our team prides itself on working transparently with the client families, their support staff, and other health professionals involved in their care. Our dietitians can also work closely with speech pathologist to create and implement meal-time management plans if needed.
Our team can see NDIS clients either at the clinic or home visits, if required.
Weight Loss or Weight Gain
Are you struggling to lose or gain weight?
The correct Nutrition plan can make up 80% of the success in weight management, whether you are looking to lose weight or to gain weight.
Our Dietitian can help to identify any food intolerance's, work around hormonal problems or structure a meal plan that will ensure you lose or gain weight (depending on your goal).
Our dietitian will do a full assessment on your current weight and measurements and then work reviewing your meal plan and re assessing you as progress.
Our Dietitians have been working with NDIS clients since it was rolled out in Sydney. Our team have extensive experience in working with a range of different conditions from muscular to neurological. We work closely with your support coordinators, the NDIS, your planners and your family to ensure you get the most easy and effortless therapy to help you reach your goals. Our therapy can include clinic visits or home visits if required.
Meal time management plans
Our dietitian works with speech pathologists to assist with meal time management plans. Contact us to find out more