NDIS Dietitian Services

Our experienced NDIS registered dietitians work with you to manage and improve your health and wellbeing.

How can NDIS dietitian services help me?

Our NDIS approved dietitian services offer so much more than a mainstream dietitian. They can assist your food and nutrition needs in the areas of:

  • Managing and improving your nutrition
  • Reducing mealtime stress and creating positive experiences
  • Increasing variety in your diet
  • Sensory processing difficulties (such as texture or smell)
  • Food allergies and/or intolerances
  • Preventing or managing chronic illnesses
  • Texture-modified diets/difficulty chewing and swallowing
  • Issues and concerns around feeding
  • Gastrointestinal and bowel conditions
  • Weight & appetite management
  • Menu planning
  • Managing enteral feeds (such as tube feeding) or advice around tube weaning.

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Dietitian services and the NDIS

Our experienced dietitians will work with you to design a program that:

  • supports your specific needs
  • assists you to meet your NDIS goals
  • improves your health and wellbeing.

For example you may want a dietary program that supports you to achieve better health outcomes through an eating plan.

We can provide NDIS registered dietitian services to you if you are:

  • 6 years and older
  • Have dietetic services in your approved NDIS plan.

You can find out more about accessing the NDIS accessing the NDIS.

Our dietitians have experience working with the complex needs of both children and adults.

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What happens when I see a dietitian?

When you see a dietitian you will have an initial appointment and a series of follow up appointments according to your needs.

Your initial appointment with an NDIS registered dietitian

Your first appointment with an NDIS registered dietitian will involve:

  • a nutritional assessment
  • goal setting
  • dietitian recommendations.

During the nutritional assessment your dietitian will collect your:

  • medical history and current medications
  • anthropometric measurements (such as height, weight)
  • usual food intake and eating patterns
  • food allergies
  • nutrition-related concerns
  • physical activity/ movement.

After the nutrition assessment, your dietitian will provide you with feedback and information about your diet and how this relates to your health goals. You will then work together to set your goals and discuss the dietary changes that will help you to achieve them.

Follow up sessions with your dietitian

Follow up sessions with your dietitian usually involve discussions about:

  • the strategies you have tried
  • dietary changes.

You will also discuss any challenges and barriers and work together to see what has or has not worked. 

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What are the costs of dietitian services?

You should not be out of pocket for our dietitian services if these supports are included in your approved NDIS plan.

In your NDIS plan, dietetic services can be claimed under:

  • Capacity building (improved daily living).

We apply pricing in line with the NDIS price guide.

eg. 04xxxxxxxx or 03xxxxxxxx

What is the difference between a dietitian and a nutritionist?

What is a dietitian?

Dietitians use the science of food and nutrition to promote health, wellbeing & independence. They also provide nutrition advice for the treatment of diseases and conditions.

Dietitians are degree qualified to provide a range of dietary counselling and evidence based nutrition services. In Australia Accredited Practising dietitians must meet a range of regulatory and professional standards. You can find out more Dietitians regulations and standards.

What is a nutritionist?

A nutritionist gives advice on nutrition and food in order to achieve good health. Nutritionists are qualified to provide advice about general health rather than working in clinical and therapeutic settings such as hospitals.

Where are your NDIS registered dietitians based?

Our dietitians are based in Narre Warren and Warragul. We can also work with you via telehealth or make appointments in your home or community (local areas only). For more information contact 1300 946 337.

Want to access our dietitian services?

Please contact our NDIS team for more information, including funding options, NDIS plans or other services on 1300 946 337 or enquire using the form below.

**Windermere is committed to protecting the safety and wellbeing of all children and young people** For more information, see our Protecting Children Policy.

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