Live Well Logan – First Foods for Infants
Nutrition Australia QLD hosts nutrition education sessions as part of Logan City Councils – Live Well Logan program. Our qualified and experienced dietitians will provide helpful information on feeding your infant and answer any questions you may have regarding nutrition and first foods.
First Foods for Infants – Nutrition information session for parents and carers
This casual information session will provide information for families and carers on feeding their infants including first foods. Workshops will discuss the importance of infants and children experiencing food texture appropriate to their age and stage of development which will assist a child’s speech development, oral health and motor skill development. Sessions will also include practical tips on how to make food for infants.
Please note this is only available to Logan residents. You are welcome to bring babies/children along, please advise on how many are attending so we can adhere to capacity restrictions.
First Food for Infants
Date: Thursday 12th May 2022
Time: 10 – 11:30am
Location: Logan West Library, 69 Grand Plaza Dr, Browns Plains QLD 4118
To book please email your name, postcode and mobile number to [email protected] or call 3257 4393.
In line with the QLD Government’s COVID Safe Framework we will be adhering to all restrictions in place throughout our workshops. We have updated our Workplace Health and Safety plans to include COVID risks and how to manage these risks and our facilitators have undertaken COVID Safety training. We will be adhering to the physical distancing requirements during the workshop and have strict sanitising procedures in place.
Important – if you are showing signs of cold or flu, have travelled in the last 14 days (domestically or internationally) or have been in contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19, we are unable to let you attend the workshop.
You can find more information about our COVID safe plans and policies on our website here
Proudly funded by the Logan City Council.
Rosie is an Accredited Practising Dietitian with a diverse range of experiences in the field of nutrition over the past 8 years, all with a strong focus on preventative health.
Margo is an Accredited Practicing Dietitian with experience in Community and Paediatric primary health care. Special interest includes working with a diverse range of cultures and families. Prior to becoming a Dietitian, Margo worked for over 10 years as a childcare centre cook, providing her with the insight and motivation for being on the Food Foundation’s team.
Dietitian/Nutritionist APD; Trainer and Assessor
Nicole has worked as an Accredited Practising Dietitian with NAQ for over 12 years. As manager of the Food Foundations Program, Nicole has a long history of providing professional development and training for families and staff working in the early years industry.