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Feeding Better Mood, Behaviour, Learning and Sleep
- Evidence and Best Practice
How children's diets affect their health, wellbeing and performance - and what parents, professionals and policymakers can do to help
This is a LIVE webinar and Q&A Session.
This event will be recorded - so if you can't attend live, your booking will allow you to access it afterwards.
Almost every day, we hear that behaviour, learning or mental health problems in children and adolescents are at record levels - and that our education and health services are overwhelmed trying to meet the needs of those affected.
In addition to developmental conditions like ADHD, the autism spectrum, dyslexia and dyspraxia / DCD, many more children - and their families and teachers - are struggling to deal with everyday difficulties, or serious issues, with mood and anxiety, behaviour, learning - and sleep.
Mental and physical health go together - but although children's diets are recognised as contributing to conditions like obesity, diabetes and other physical health problems, little or no attention is usually paid to the effects of nutrition - what children eat and drink - and how they feel, think and behave.
Our expert speakers have a wealth of clinical, educational and research experience and knowledge to share on the role that food and diet play in shaping children's mental health and development - for better or for worse.
- David Rex, RD has a lead public health role for Food & Health in schools, nurseries and Children’s Residential Units; and has been providing specialist Dietetic advice for over 20 years advising families of children with autism, ADHD or related conditions.
- Dr Alex Richardson is a world-renowned researcher, educator, speaker and published author; and Founder Director of the UK-based charity, Food and Behaviour (FAB) Research.
The presentations will be followed by a Q&A session – and a few days after the webinar, all attendees will receive handouts of both the speakers’ slides and other information relevant to the topics discussed.
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