Nutrition and Dietetic Service - Paediatric
The children’s dietetic service is a small friendly team who offer high quality individual and group interventions. We support children and young people who have nutritional problems such as food allergy, nutritional deficiencies, concerns with weight management, and who want to be fitter, healthier and happier. We do this through a variety of programmes to ultimately reduce their future risk of diet-related ill health.
||0 to 18 years
||From commissioned Services.
| Referral details
|| If you are concerned about any aspect of your child or young person's feeding, weight, or dietary requirements you may want to see a dietician or a member of their team. To be referred to this service you need to contact another professional who know your child/young person to discuss your concerns and they will make a referral if appropriate using the Early Help Guidance. Professionals that can offer support to make the referral include Family Doctor, Midwife, Health Visitor, School Nurse, School or Nursery staff or any other professional.
| Special provisions
||This provision is available up to 19 years old if the young person has a learning disability.
Interpreter available on request.
| Ofsted report
| SEN type
- Cognition and learning
- Behaviour, emotional and social
- Communication and interaction
- Sensory or physical
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