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OSCAR Care Group is a registered NDIS Provider

NDIS Dietitian

Our NDIS Dietitian is here to empower each participant with the unique nutrition challenges they face. Through tailored nutritional assessment, meal planning, guidance and education to improve overall health and mental wellbeing. We offer mobile home visits around Melbourne for NDIS Dietetic appointments, as well as within our Clinic and telehealth appointments too. 

Meet our NDIS Dietitian

Our Accredited Practising Dietitian works closely with NDIS participants, families and caregivers to reach their nutritional goals. Whether they have physical challenges, sensory sensitivities, or cognitive differences, they can reach their full potential with the support of our NDIS Dietitian. 

We accept NDIS Participants of all ages​
  • Paediatric on Early Childhood Early Intervention 

  • Children 9-18 years old

  • Adults and Elderly people

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Hilda Albeayni

Dietitian

Our NDIS Dietetics support Participants improve their overall wellbeing and nutritional goals

Our NDIS Dietitian provides nutritional support for various medical conditions, including Autism spectrum disorder, Parkinson’s Disease, Cerebral Palsy, Down syndrome, Huntington’s Disease, Spinal Cord Injuries, Acquired Brain Injury, Stroke and Multiple Sclerosis. 

Reasons to refer a NDIS Participant to a Dietitian

  • Managing chronic health conditions
    (such as Diabetes, High Blood Pressure, Heart disease)

  • Concerns about weight (over or under) or unintentional weight loss

  • Gut and bowel issues

  • Fussy Eating or Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder

  • Dysphagia and Texture-modified Diets 

  • Injuries or Wounds that are slow to heal

  • Malnutrition

  • Nutritional deficiencies 

  • Enteral feeds assistance 

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Supporting Melbourne NDIS Participants in our Clinic and at Home

Participants from all around Melbourne are welcome to come to our Clinic in Mulgrave for their Dietetic appointments. Or our mobile Dietitians can come to you at home or on location. 

Mobile NDIS Dietietics locations

Beaconfield

Chadstone

Frankston

Mulgrave

Rowville

Berwick

Clayton

Glen Waverley

Narre Warren

Springvale

Burwood

Cranbourne

Lynbrook

Oakleigh

Wantirna

Carnegie

Dandenong

Moorabbin

Pakenham

Wheelers Hill

Plus some surrounding suburbs. Reach out to our NDIS Coordinator to confirm our mobile Dietitian can come to your area.

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We provide support for Plan managed, NDIA managed and self-managed participants. 

  • Is there an online version?
    The PDF copy is included within the folder on a USB, as the training isn't available online. Using the PDF copy, individuals Food Handlers can flick through via their desktop or laptop. Alternatively, your Food Safety Supervisor can present the PDF to a group of food handlers too.
  • Is this training only for Aged Care homes and Childcare Centres?
    No. With the new Food Standard code 3.2.2A coming into effect December 8th, 2023 more business who handle food will be required to train their staff to remain compliant. Businesses such as Restaurants, takeaways, cafes, school canteens. Our Food Safety Training covers it all.
  • Does this training meet the new requirements under 3.2.2A for training food handlers?
    Yes. Under Food Standard Code 3.2.2A, food handlers are required to complete Food Safety level 1 training and be able to demonstrate and understand 4 areas of knowledge: safe food handling contamination cleaning & sanitising and personal hygiene. Our training covers all 4 areas and more!
  • Who is a food handler?
    The definition of a Food Handler is anyone that performs any task that involves making, cooking, preparing, serving, packing, displaying, storing, or the delivery of food as well as anyone who cleans equipment, utensils, surfaces, or cutlery.
  • Is this training pack accredited?
    This Training folder is non-accredited training, however we do offer this option. Go to https://www.oscarcaregroup.com.au/food-safety-basic-food-handling-course for more information on our accredited Food Safety Level 1 course.
  • Do the answers have to be reviewed by a Food Safety Supervisor?
    Ideally yes. Your Food Safety Supervisor oversees the day-to-day food safety requirements of the business and they must have the authority to supervise and give directions about food safety within your business.
  • How much does this Food Safety Level 1 Non-accredited training pack cost?
    $149 This cost is inclusive of GST and Delivery within Australia.
  • How long will it take to arrive?
    Roughly 5 - 10 business days. Once your order is confirmed, we will dispatch the pack within 2-3 business days. Post is included with the cost, so depending on your location it will then arrive within 3-5 business days from dispatch.

For more FAQS on OSCAR Care Group's NDIS service, such as fees, cancellation and feedback click here.

Cancellations

We understand that unexpected issues can arise and you may need to cancel your appointment. We ask that cancellations are made at least 48 hours in advance.  This allows your appointment time to be given to another patient. The cancellation fee is to be paid before future appointments can be made. 

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