Dietitians can work with clients to improve their health, wellbeing and independence through nutritional therapy.
A Dietitian will assess your nutritional needs, eating behaviour and dietary intake and offer practical, tailored advice and strategies to support your goals
A Dietician can help children and young people through:
Support and education to develop health eating habits to improve health and wellbeing.
Developing strategies around fussy eating and meal time management.
Improve fussy, picky eating or limited intake to improve nutrition and social participation.
Increase daily living skills in planning, shopping, budgeting and cooking meals at home.
Developing a healthy and enjoyable relationship with food.
Increasing eating awareness and regulation and providing strategies to support non-hungry and mindful eating.
Assessing and providing practical nutrition strategies around gastrointestinal issues (reflux, irritable bowel syndrome, constipation, coeliac and other bowel issues) that affect daily living and social function.
Help manage health conditions through nutritional therapy.
Dietician sessions as booked in blocks based on identified goals made in collaboration with the family and therapist. Progress towards these goals will be reviewed towards the end of the block to determine if further sessions are required.
$193.99 per hour
Sessions are charged at 60 minutes; 45 minutes contact time and 15 minutes to account for preparation and notes.
48+ hours notice: No cancellation fee
24-48 hours notice: 90% of intended fee
24 hours or less: 100% of intended fee
Meet Our Dietitians
& Op Shop Queen
Jess is an accredited practicing dietitian, completing her Bachelor of Nutrition and Food Science in 2018 and her Master of Nutrition and Dietetics in 2021. She has had experience in private practice working with a range of different age groups, conditions and ethnicities before joining the team at Life Skills Hub.
& Cupcake Queen
Lauren completed her Bachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics from Flinders University in 2017 and is an Accredited Practicing Dietitian. Lauren joined the Life Skills Hub team in early 2023 and brings with her an extensive clinical background and food service knowledge throughout her time working in private practice and the aged care sector.
& Passionate Foodie
Maddie is an accredited practicing dietitian, completing her Bachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics in 2018. She worked with a diverse range of clients in private practise before commencing her employment at Life Skills Hub in early 2021. Maddie’s experience and passion is working with young people with disabilities, helping them to build capacity and confidence.