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Tobi Macnamara

Clinical Team Leader and Dietitian

Kununurra, WA

When I'm not baking, meal planning, scanning the supermarket for new and exciting foods or ripping out recipes from any food magazines then my friends and family might think there is something wrong with me. I love all things food hence why a Nutrition and Dietetics degree was right for me. 

 

I enjoy talking with clients about practical and useful ways they can achieve their nutrition goals. I am not a food police officer and understand that food is such a big part of peoples lives - something we ideally do 3-5 times a day, so small changes can go a long way.

 

I am Kununurra born and bred so understand the ways of remote living, like most of our clients in the East Kimberley. Since graduating in 2010 I have worked in various roles across the Kimberley including Health Promotion at Ord Valley Aboriginal Health Services, Paediatric Nutritionist with Boab Health Services and Senior Dietitian at WA Country Health Services.

 

I recently attended the Sequential Oral Sensory (SOS) Approach to Feeding program - designed to help increase children's comfort with food by combining food and play - something I have learnt to do on a daily basis since having my own child! 

When I'm not baking, meal planning, scanning the supermarket for new and exciting foods or ripping out recipes from any food magazines then my friends and family might think there is something wrong with me. I love all things food hence why a Nutrition and Dietetics degree was right for me. 

I enjoy talking with clients about practical and useful ways they can achieve their nutrition goals. I am not a food police officer and understand that food is such a big part of peoples lives - something we ideally do 3-5 times a day, so small changes can go a long way.

I am Kununurra born and bred so understand the ways of remote living, like most of our clients in the East Kimberley. Since graduating in 2010 I have worked in various roles across the Kimberley including Health Promotion at Ord Valley Aboriginal Health Services, Paediatric Nutritionist with Boab Health Services and Senior Dietitian at WA Country Health Services.

I recently attended the Sequential Oral Sensory (SOS) Approach to Feeding program - designed to help increase children's comfort with food by combining food and play - something I have learnt to do on a daily basis since having my own child! 

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