'Family Dietetics' are registered NDIS providers available for in home and in-clinic nutrition assessment and therapy.
Dietitians are an important member of the allied health professionals care team and can assist you in meeting your NDIS plan goals.
'Family Dietetics' are able to see: Self-managed, Plan-managed and Agency-managed participants.
Family Dietetics acknowledges the objectives of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.
Getting the right nutrients is important for staying healthy, being active and strong as well as preventing risk of chronic illnesses.
Dietitians support people of all ages who are affected by a range of conditions and disabilities including:
Many people with a disability experience nutrion-related challenges which make it difficult to stay healthy. Our dietitians may assist you with:
Dietitians work closely with your care team and communicate both with your medical and allied health team members as well as day-day carers. Our plans account for our clients' lifestyle, social and other health and food-related goals.
Our Allied Health Assistants (AHAs) are able to help you meet your NDIS plan goals!
AHAs work very closely with our dietitians and have obtained University Nutrition Degrees, or are working towards becoming a Dietitian.
They have completed additional training so they can help implement therapy plans that are set out by a Dietitian. AHAs can help stretch your plan budget a little further as their services are cheaper than a Dietitian. Services provided by an AHA might include:
We always aim to resolve any issues as quickly as possible.
Please contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss any concerns.
The link to our Feedback and Complaints Procedure is below for more information.
The NDIS Commission is also able to be contacted if you wish to take your complain further: email@example.com