Dietitian... food and nutritional care.

Dietician

Dietitian refers to all aspects of the food and nutritional care of individuals and groups.  It assists people to meet their individual needs within their own psychological, cultural and economic environments.

Services provided by the Dietitian are:

  • Clinical assessment, particularly nutritional assessment
  • Treatment
  • Therapy
  • Dietary information and advice
  • Assessment and recommendation for provision of aids, such as eating utensils
  • Assessment and recommendation of modifications to the home environment (ie. modifications to have better access to cooking facilities such as modifying or moving a stove)
  • To support appropriate planning of food services or meal preparation activities

How to obtain these - Commonwealth Home Support Programme - services

How to obtain these services

Call MY AGED CARE on 1800 200 422 :

You will be asked questions over the phone to help work out your needs and care arrangements – this takes at least ten minutes.

You will need your Medicare card.

If you would like someone to call My Aged Care for you, you will need to give them your consent.

If you’re calling for someone else, they will need to give their consent.

Have a face to face assessment

My Aged Care may arrange for a trained assessor to come to your home. With your consent they will assess your care needs and eligibility for services and work with you to develop a support plan which addresses your needs, goals and preferences.

 

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Please call - 02 6571 2300, or click on the button below for email contact.

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