“Food is a means of social integration, it’s our social cohesion and cultural identity”
Sharing food & eating together at the table.
There’s a difference in wanting to eat versus having to eat.
Fear, fatigue & lack of inspiration all play their part in getting back to eating together at the table.
This program is a multidisciplinary approach to support your transition journey and as such, goes beyond the mechanical functional tasks of eating & drinking, ensuring you have strategies to have you sharing food at the table with family & friends again.
Learn proven transition strategies for PEG transitioning
Learning how to transition back to oral eating can be confusing and fraught with stress and anxiety.
Eating more via mouth, maintaining weight and covering dietitian recommendations is not straight forward. The Mind Food Body program removes some of the stress, provides tools to manage your journey and the motivation to keep going.