Community Nutrition Team NHS (Buckinghamshire)
The team provide evidence-based nutrition information to support children and families living in Buckinghamshire to achieve a healthy lifestyle.
We aim to reduce health inequality for those who are at greater risk of poor nutrition and signpost appropriate support to enable all children and young adults to improve their health and well being.
We create and deliver training for health and community workers, carers and volunteers looking after young children, adults with learning disabilities and older adults to maintain a healthy weight.
COVID-19 update: Currently face to face training sessions are not available to comply with government recommendations on social distancing during the novel coronavirus pandemic. Online webinar sessions will be able to access in due course, please check this page to see what is on offer.
As a member of Bucks Food Partnership, we liaise with local organisations that provide support to anyone in Bucks who is struggling to access nutritious food and eat well at home.
Being able to cook is an essential skill and hugely important now that personal food budgets have become restricted and catering services from restaurants, lunch clubs and meal delivery are limited. To access food or hot meals delivery, use the Buckinghamshire Council directory and tick the box ‘food collection delivery' then add in your postcode to find the nearby services that can help you
For community groups supporting people to eat and drink well, free webinar training sessions are available:
- Eat Better Start Better: promoting good nutrition in the early years
- Managing Nutrition in nursing care homes: Managing Nutrition 'Food First' support
For further information about these webinars please contact Tejal Lovelock by email.
Who to contact
Where to go
- Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust
- HP20 2SR
- Venue Notes
Please note the address given is office location for reference only.
- Geographic Area Covered
Time / Date Details
- When is it on
- Weekdays | 9:30am to 2:30pm
- Time of day
- Session Information
Eat Better, Start Better for early years practitioners providing food and drink
Eat Well for Health for carers supporting young adults with learning disabilities
Managing Nutrition support in nursing homes: 'Food First' Support
- Cost Description
The following training courses are free to health and social care staff, carers and early years professionals
- Eat Better, Start Better | latest standards for food and drink provision in early years settings
- Eat Well for Health | supporting people to achieve and maintain a healthy weight in later life
Healthy eating information and relevant guidance is available for local groups, health promotion events
Healthy eating talks tailored for specific groups are charged at £25 per hour.
To book a training course or to request further details, please email
- Age Ranges
- All ages
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