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About the webinar:
Toddler years are often a challenge when it comes to nutrition. This webinar aims to give practical advice on how to manage a toddler’s diet that lacks balance. This will include identifying those at risk of macro or micro nutrient deficiency or excess and how best to support them. Common dietary challenges in the use of vitamin and mineral supplements, oral nutrition support, obesity and autism will be covered. This is an up-to-date and practical summary of research everyone working in toddler nutrition should know.
About the speaker:
Lauren Gladman has worked as a paediatric dietitian for 15 years. She has worked in tertiary hospitals in Australia & the UK and has had her own private practice in Southern Sydney for 11 years. She held the senior paediatric dietetic position at NSW Health until 2020. Lauren specialises in food allergy, infant nutrition and tube feeding and tube weaning. She has been on the advisory panel for the NSW Allied health guide to feeding difficulties in Children, Go4Fun weight management program and paediatric home enteral nutrition guidelines. Lauren has presented at conferences on feeding disorders, food allergy, and Anorexia Nervosa. Lauren is a member of Dietitians Australia and ASCIA peak allergy body for Australia and New Zealand.