Child Weight Management

What is it?

Here at Everyone Health, helping children and young people manage their weight and supporting those who have a higher than healthy BMI is at the very forefront of the services we provide.

We offer a range of services to help support children, young people and their families through that journey, each of which is designed not just to help the service user and their family lose weight in the short term, but to help encourage whole-life behaviour changes that will result in long-term benefits to the service user.

These are flexible and can be moulded to the service user – and their family’s own needs – whatever they may be. A key element of our services is age-appropriate education. Helping the service users and their families to learn how to eat healthily and how to live a healthy lifestyle, including nutritional physical activity information. They can then apply this information to their own lives, helping them to manage their own weight and forge an independent path to success.

The services we provide include:


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A Nutritionist is a qualified person who provides information about food, providing nutritional advice and education on healthy eating.

A Dietitian is a registered health care professional, usually working in clinical settings such as hospitals, providing advice and interventions to promote health and manage various medical conditions.

The Physical Activity Specialist is a trained person, who promotes physical activity for health and well-being purposes.


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