Find a list of NDIS Dietitian . There are currently some Dietitian providers offering a range of services.
Dietitians play an important role in helping people with disability adopt and maintain a healthy lifestyle. A dietitian has the ability to do much more than promote healthy eating habits. He or she can also provide specific support depending on the type and degree of disability that they are confronted with.
For example, a dietitian can help someone who has to use a feeding tube, or whose disability hinders their ability to chew and swallow food. They can also assist individuals with chronic digestive issues like diarrhoea, constipation, irritable bowel syndrome, and lactose intolerance.
Picky eaters will benefit from a dietitian’s help, as will individuals who tend to refuse food or resist eating with other people. By overcoming such problems, the individuals will be in a better position to have an active and fulfilling social life—a key component of achieving independence and obtaining personal goals.