Group program - Starting March!
Managing chronic pain is overwhelming and requires you to look into many aspects of health. Diet is one of them and emotional eating , chronic fatigue or flare ups are just a few things that make it so challenging to tackle. If you want to understand how modifying your diet can help you feel better and most importantly what steps you can take to do so, this program is for you!
YOU WILL LEARN HOW TO
stop feeling overwhelmed by learning how making small changes to your diet
focus on including helpful foods to stop unnecessary food restrictions
simplify your diet
plan your meals to reduce your time spent cooking and thinking about what to prepare
implement practical strategies to start taking action now
Weekly live teaching and Q&A via teleconference.
Evidence-based information on relevant topics for pain management and diet.
Worksheets and weekly challenges to help you start taking action now.
Email access to answer your questions and keep you aligned with your personal goals.
Access to a private Facebook group to build a supporting community.
Want to make sure it's the right fit for you? Book a 15 minute free discovery call!
Be a leader in the field and offer your residents and families optimal nutrition by proposing a dietitian-approved menu!
Not just a paper review. Menu reviews are a exhaustive and collaborative process: management, food service and dietitian care complement each other with their skills to deliver on clients and families’ needs.
Before we start
Free 15 minute phone/zoom call to discuss how a dietitian-approved menu will benefit your facility.
Pre-visit questionnaire sent via e-mail to ensure I have a good understanding of your resident’s profile including specific dietary needs, health conditions and cultural needs, ordering practices/budget considerations and quality standards.
Half day onsite visit
45-60 minute in-depth discussion with management and chef regarding your residence’s key issues or irritations regarding nutrition care and food service to see how I can better support your facility.
Site observation : visit of the kitchen, working with the chef to witness and understand food service system, addressing staffing needs. Mealtime observation in the dining room to get a full picture of the dining experience and environment for residents.
Paper menu review to ensure optimal and balanced nutrition following Dietitians of Canada’s best practices for food service and dining in residences.
Full report including observations and practical recommendations to improve dining experience and food quality. Covers menu planning and nutrition care.
45-60 minute debrief to review report, answer questions and ensure all parties agree with the recommendations.
15-30 minute follow-up 1 month post report to make sure needs are meet, re-assess and adjust plan accordingly.