This webinar was held on 10 May 2022.
Fussy eating in toddlers webinar
Nutritional needs change when babies become toddlers. And children also start to assert their independence in the toddler years. They’re still busy exploring their environments too. That’s why fussy eating is common. But a calm approach and realistic expectations can make a big difference if your toddler has fussy eating habits.
In this webinar, we’ll explain:
- how much food toddlers need to eat
- how to make mealtimes more enjoyable
- how to encourage toddlers to try new foods
- what food habits to avoid.
If you have a toddler aged 1-3 years, this webinar is suitable for you.
In the webinar, you’ll be able to ask questions, share experiences, and hear other parents’ experiences and ideas.
Presented by: Yasna Meldrum
Yasna has worked in maternal and child health for 24 years. She’s a midwife and lactation consultant and has spent 12 years on the Victorian Maternal and Child Health Helpline. She also has a master’s degree in counselling and psychotherapy.
When: Tuesday 10 May 2022, 7 pm AEST or at these times in other states.
Duration: 40 minutes, followed by a 20-minute question and answer session.
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We’ll send you a link to the recording a few days after the webinar.
About this webinar
This webinar offers free, live advice from a trusted parenting expert. It offers support without the need for appointments or fees and is delivered in real time to the comfort of your home. It’s also a chance to hear from other parents facing challenges like yours.
This webinar was developed by the Parenting Research Centre in collaboration with Australian experts, brought to you by raisingchildren.net.au, and funded by the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services.
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