Health Professionals

Support the movement to help our kids become confident, adventurous eaters

Health professionals are aware that this generation of children are growing up in a time of extreme diet culture, body dissatisfaction and disordered eating. We see the impacts every day in our clinics, and hear stories from children and parents that concern us. There is a need for schools to create safe and empowering School Mealtimes, and Health Professionals can help. But many of us struggle to find time for activities that are not part of our core business, and the problems seem a bit big for any of us to tackle on our own. 

So let’s do it together. 

Our goal is to identify needs and fill gaps, while amplifying the work of existing programs. Working together, there are lots of ways we can support children to become confident, adventurous eaters.

What is happening?

School and Family Mealtimes are emerging services that aim to support school-aged children to become confident, adventurous eaters. Within the Family Mealtimes membership (coming soon), parents are empowered to create positive mealtime experiences for the whole family at home. At the same time, School Mealtimes aims to change school policy and support teachers to create safe and empowering school food environments.

What can health professionals do now?

If you work for a stakeholder organisation and would like to collaborate, please get in touch.

Watch this space

School Mealtimes is growing momentum. My team and I are hard at work on all kinds of supporting resources which we will release throughout this year. Come back regularly, or join the mailing list to stay on top of updates.

Also coming soon: Family Mealtimes, a membership program in the style of Baby Mealtimes and Toddler Mealtimes, for families with school-aged children. Packed with meal and lunchbox inspiration, recipes, advice and support, Family Mealtimes aims to take the stress out of feeding your whole family.

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