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Welcome to The Childrens Nutritionist
After a career in Early Childhood, working with Special Needs children and families needing behavioural and sleep support, I was blessed with my own 3 children!
Our journey, like many others, was not a smooth one. When my son began struggling with anxiety, behaviour and attention issues, I looked to Nutritional science for answers. After we found amazing success, I studied Nutritional Medicine so I could become a Nutritionist and help others piece together their own unique health journey. If you'd like to hear more about our story- go to the blog
Using diet and biomedical approaches, my clients and I work together to design a simple treatment plan to suit their life. Everyone is so different so I've found a combination of being available online, and offering home visits helps to make family's health journeys easier. In addition, lots of continuing support is key to success!
I seem to have devoted my life to helping families in one way or another, working as a trained Special Needs co-ordinator, a Sleep and behavioural consultant and teaching early childhood when I was very, very young!
Living in the UK gave me the amazing opportunity to help families as a Special Needs coordinator, and then go on to work in homes both in the UK and later here on the Central Coast as a consultant for sleep and behavioural issues.
For many years I was able to help families implement plans to improve sleep routines and behaviour for happy, healthy children. For this reason, we often fit these elements into our treatment plans alongside nutrition.
Would you like to help your child improve their anxiety, behavioural or sensory issues naturally?
Would you love an easy to follow plan to help your child eat new foods every day?
Book your free 20 minute online consultation and find out how
Nutrition therapy can help your child, what may be driving their
issues and what you can do right now. Click below for your spot.
Is dietary variety of concern to you? Do you find it challenging to introduce new foods to your child? This is the place for you.
We appreciate that picky eating can make it challenging to get enough nutrition day to day. It can also make it difficult to enjoy social outings and activities where food is shared and celebrated.
Our picky eating services may involve support with:
Family mealtime environments
Food substitution to support nutritional adequacy
Gentle exploration of new foods
Using neutral language around food
Welcome to Clare Marcangelo
As a mum myself I know what it's like to desperately want your child to just be happy, and have no idea how who or what is best to help them when their issues seem to be holding them back.
Choose from home visits on the NSW Central Coast, Sydney, or online.
Specializing in gut health for:
digestive and feeding issues
Children's learning, development, and behavioral issues, Autism Spectrum Disorder, and ADHD.
Parents with low energy/mood, sleep issues.
Early Intervention really is key, so whether it's a tiny thing or a big thing, book your appointment now!
When a child or young adult is eating less than 20 different types of food they may be a problem feeder. You or your child may also resonate with problem feeding if the individual has:
Difficulty gaining weight or reaching growth milestones
Experiences unintentional weight loss
Difficulty transitioning between food textures
Excluded food groups from their diet
Becomes distressed when new or non-preferred foods are offered
In therapy, our Dietitians will draw from the theories and skills of the Sequential Oral Sensory (SOS) approach to feeding to help the child or young adult engage in experiential learning with food. Our aim is to help each child or young adult have fun with food and gradually expand their food repertoire.
Our problem feeding services may include:
Helping your or your child understand the origins of their feeding challenges
Experiential learning through play, storytelling or curiosity exercises
Graduated exposure to foods
Family mealtime environments
Mealtime structure and routine
Nutrition support; supplements, food fortification