Every individual with a disability is different, so why use ONE diet or approach? We don’t.
The AYS approach to nutrition is individualised to each person and draws on a comprehensive multidisciplinary team to support participants, families and carers to reach their goals.
What is a dietitian?
A dietitian can assess your nutritional status and provide recommendations and education to address any nutrition concerns. A dietitian is an expert in human nutrition and the regulation of diet.
AYS can work with participants under the NDIS to improve their health, well being and independence. We can work with those who are self-managed or managed through an agency. Our Accredited Practising Dietitian offers a person centred approach to the NDIS and tailors treatment to the individual’s functional needs, budget, preferences and goals including those with complex disability nutrition requirements.
Meet our Dietitian – Shellie
Shellie is an Accredited Practising Dietitian with a passion for patient centred care and supporting individuals to reach their goals. Shellie has a background working with people with disabilities with an interest in selective eating and feeding difficulties. Shellie is dedicated to supporting parents and children to help them manage specific nutritional issues.
Meet our Dietitian – Anna
Anna is an Accredited Practising Dietitian who is passionate about supporting and empowering individuals and families to achieve their health, nutrition and life goals. Anna utilises a holistic and evidence-based approach to help participants with a range of nutritional, feeding and wellbeing issues. Anna receives regular professional supervision from our very own, highly regarded Accredited Practicing Dietitian, Shellie.
Our Dietitian can help you with:
- Selective eating / problem feeders
- Mealtime support / social eating concerns
- Nutrition education
- Food allergies and intolerance
- Weight management – underweight/overweight
- Poor growth
- Gastrointestinal issues – e.g. Coeliac Disease, Constipation
- Nutritional deficiencies
- Pressure injuries (e.g. poor wound healing, pressure sores)
Our dietitian services are fully funded
through your NDIS Capacity Building plan,
which means you can enjoy the
benefits of individualised service
with no cost to you.
NDIS Plan Support
Our dietitian is here to help you! We give you access to a
comprehensive selection of services which will help you take control of your diet and well being.
Assessment & reporting
Get a personalised assessment of your current situation, as well as a comprehensive look into your long term goals and needs.
Understand your unhealthy habits and how to improve them. We’ll track your progress and support your future NDIS plan review.
Meal & Nutrition Support
Get a customised meal plan to suit your whole family and take the stress out of mealtimes.