Training REHIS Training Courses Food and Health for Carers of Adults with a Learning Disability REHIS Food and Health for Carers of Adults with a Learning Disability REHIS Food and Health for Carers of Adults with a Learning Disability (All of our courses may be delivered privately at your venue by arrangement) An excellent Introduction to Nutrition & Healthy Eating for Support Staff Do you care for an adult with a learning disability? Do you feel confused by health and nutrition advice? Would you like to assist your client to eat better and feel better? REHIS Food & Health is a nationally recognised certificated course on the principles of good nutrition and getting a healthy, balanced diet for carers of adults with a learning disability. Our highly qualified team of friendly and approachable Associate Nutritionists & Registered Dietitians have wide experience of delivering REHIS training to people from different backgrounds and all levels of experience. This interesting and useful course is packed with clearly delivered information that aims to cut through all the mixed messages around nutrition. What do you get out of it? Understand general nutrition for learning disabilities & general population Understand the consequences of eating habits on health and disease Understand the issues and challenges of people living with a learning disability and learn how to support them to eat more healthily Gain insight into maintaining a healthy weight Learn how to make sense of food labelling Get a nationally recognised certificate Testimonials: A really interesting and well-run course. I’ll use this to assist staff to support service users in healthier eating options. To help staff to support our service users to eat healthier straight away. A great two days: I have learnt a lot that I took for granted. I want to incorporate what I've learnt into the service. I will use it with one particular service user who is overweight and with others to incorporate healthier choices. Thank you!! I really enjoyed the course, presented well and also incorporated additional useful information. I’ll improve my practice in my group work and it’ll help me to enable service users to make healthy choices in cooking groups and encourage service users at lunchtime to make healthier choices. I will pass on info to other staff.