Inspire Healthcare provides dietetic services in Sydney
We are a multi-disciplinary professional healthcare agency specialising in the provision of Home Care, Aged Care, Rehab at Home, Hydrotherapy, Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Exercise Physiology and Speech Pathology services. Our focus is on delivering the highest quality of care and service to our clients whom all reside in the greater Sydney area.
Good nutrition for kids is important for the development of their mind and body. As parents it can be overwhelming to know just what nutritious foods they need to grow healthy and get the most out of everyday life. Our paediatric dietitians can help you overcome those complex challenges.
NDIS certified support coordinators and home case managers
A support coordinator’s main role is to help you understand your NDIS plan and to optimise your plan, ensuring that you are getting the most out of your funded supports. Your support coordinator will also help you connect with other NDIS service providers in order to pursue your goals. This includes NDIS services such as occupational therapy, physiotherapy, exercise physiology, speech pathology, dietetics and podiatry. Your support coordinator will help you coordinate your plan and ensure that all service agreements and service bookings are completed and they can also help you plan ahead to prepare you for your NDIS plan review.
Dietetics is the science of how food and nutrition impacts human health. In Australia, it is a professional field where health professionals require a completion of a 4-year education course from an accredited university in order to be legally certified to be called a dietitian.
What does a dietitian do?
Dieticians are health professionals with expertise in food and nutrition. Dietitians provide tailored advice on how to manage diets and nutrition that is important to your long term health or if allergies, diseases or general health problems prevent you from achieving your optimal health.
Are dietitians covered by NDIS?
Patients with disability can access NDIS registered dietitians funded under the National Disability Insurance Scheme.
What is the difference between a nutritionist and dietitian?
All Dietitians in Australia require a professional qualification and are regulated by Dietitians Australia. Nutritionists can have limited qualifications and have no regulatory body to uphold a minimum standard of quality of care and advice. Due to this professional standard, all dietitians can be called a nutritionist, but not all nutritionists can be called a dietitian.
Is there an age restriction for NDIS funded dietitians?
Our dietitians treat all ages: kids as young as 1 year old, toddlers, teenagers, adults and elderly.
What if I don’t have NDIS funding?
If you do not have any NDIS funding, you can either:
Apply for an EPC/Chronic Disease Management plan with your GP
Use your home care package
How do I know if my NDIS dietitian can help me with my condition?
An NDIS dietitian can help with a range of dietary and nutrition advice. We compiled a list of potential reasons why you may want to consult a dietitian. Learn more here.
Book An Appointment
Get a clinical dietitian for your dietetic needs: Home visits, private healthcare facility visits for adults, elderly, kids, toddlers, and babies as young as 1 year old.