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The Dietitian Hub is here to teach you everything you wish they had taught you at uni, combined with proven, tried & tested experience to help you feel confident in the work that you do.

Land those new contracts, offer new services and provide high quality nutrition support to your clients with actionable strategies that you can implement today


Gain Confidence and Build your Skillset in Aged Care Menu Assessments to Impact More Clients & Build Your Own Profitable Business

  • Have you recently graduated and know that clinical is not the pathway for you but you're not sure what else to do?

  • Are you struggling to find out the information, mentoring or strategies needed to be confident in taking on a menu assessment? 

  • Do you feel overwhelmed with where to look to find answers and then how to translate that into actionable recommendations for your clients?

  • Are you tired of spending hours researching only to find that you just have to work it out on your own?

It’s time to upskill and learn more effective strategies in aged care... 

I help dietitians like you navigate the ‘textbook’ information and translate it into practical methods that you can implement straight away for your menu reviews. There hasn’t been much support for dietitians working in aged care or a place to ask questions that were specific to aged care dietitians. I’ve spent a lot of time researching and working it out for myself, while also thinking I wish that they'd taught me this at uni! 

Aged care is a growing specialty for dietetics, and rightly so - there are many older people who need, want and deserve to be given high quality and tasty food every single day. We as dietitians are in the driving seat to create this ‘new norm’ in aged care dining and meal times.

​This is your chance to have an experienced, hands-on dietitian as your mentor and teacher, who is in the trenches with you and teaches from current and relevant industry requirements.


With 17 years of aged care experience, I have seen the trends change over time and am excited to be able to improve the health of more older people, by bringing deliciousness back to aged care food and nutrition!

Most dietitians focus their programs on teaching aged care facility staff directly. This is different, we create a community of like-minded dietitians to share ideas, wins, challenges, and evidence-based aged care nutrition. We can work through those new challenges, like where do we start with a menu review? What protein requirements are we aiming for and what are the preferences for nutrition support? How do we get involved in more than just resident referrals?

This program includes:
  • 8 weeks of online training modules, with 1-2 hours of content each week plus live Q & A sessions

  • My 5 Pillar Framework that you can use in your own practice, to confidently assess a menu & mealtime for aged care facilities.

  • Case studies, live menu reviews and mentoring to provide you with evidence based and practical information. Learn what your clients need from a menu assessment and how you can build your credibility with quality nutrition services.

  • Tailored information on what should be covered in a menu review, the role of the dietitian in onsite visits, what our recommendations should cover, and how to support your facilities to meet the Aged Care Quality Standards.

  • Weekly live Q&A at the end of each module, to bring practical queries and examples to consolidate learning through experience

  • Networking and community support through The Menu Project private Facebook Group - meet other dietitians in this industry to share ideas, develop networks and build your confidence!

So who is this program for?

  • Those who are new to aged care or would like to learn more skills to take their career to the next level.

  • Student dietitians who are looking at other options from working in a hospital or clinical setting

  • Dietitians who would like more food service and project management skills

  • Those who would like to work as a dietetic consultant or be self-employed in this industry, or who would like to attract new contracts in this changing market to increase their income

The Menu Project program starts 

3 November 2020!