This presentation will cover the NDIS experience within the Hunter NDIS Trial Site from a dietetics perspective, including successes and challenges, lessons learnt and sharing opportunities for improvement in the future.
Clare Daley has a Bachelor’s degree in Nutrition & Dietetics (Hon Class I) from the University of Newcastle and a Master’s degree in Health Administration from LaTrobe University which was completed as part of the Australasian College of Health Service Management (ACHSM) Graduate Health Management Program. Clare currently works for Hunter New England Health District (HNELHD) as a Team Leader/Project Officer within the LHD’s Allied Health Directorate. Since 2014, Clare has been working as part of the HNELHD NDIS Transition Team, which has primarily involved managing the interface between HNE Health and the NDIS.
Kylie Scarfe is a Paediatric APD working in the Newcaslte and Hunter Region of NSW specialising in infant and childhood nutrition. Kylie has 10 years clinical experience working in public and private healthcare and has been working in private practice for the past 4 and a half years.
Kylie provides evidence based expert advice on gernal nutrition, and more specialised conditions such as weight management, infant and child feeding problems, diabetes, food allergy and gastrointestinal issues.