Dietitians support people to improve their health by providing expert nutrition and dietary advice.
Does NDIS cover dietician?
Your disability may mean you need help to manage your nutrition. We may be able to fund this support. This generally can include a qualified dietitian to: create and review a nutritional meal plan for you
Our mobile NDIS registered dietitians provides you with experienced, caring and personalised plans in the comfort of your home, or healthcare facility
We aim to help you achieve your health goals and improve your independence, confidence and quality of life. We can also provide any assistance you need about those hard to answer questions on how a personalised child diet plan can help support good health and wellbeing, reduce risk of chronic diseases and health risks.
Our Dietician service can assist with your nutritional needs in a range of areas including:
- Weight loss
- How to improve your diet and nutrition in general
- Diabetes/Insulin Resistance/gestational diabetes
- Emotional eating
- High blood pressure
- High cholesterol
- PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome)
- Gastrointestinal disorders
- Vegetarian Diets
- Nutrition in the elderly
- eating disorders.
- heart disease.
- food allergies and intolerances.
- renal disease
You may be able to access dietitians and meal planning services with your NDIS funds if the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) finds the support reasonable and necessary, and directly related to your disability. If you do not have allocation for Dietician in your NDIS plan, you can access the Dietician service as a FREE funded service for women who live and work in the Canterbury Bankstown LGA, or through a referral via your GP with an enhanced primary care plan (EPC)