Tue, 09 Feb|
Introduction to sDOR: Celebrating Family Meal Times
This 1-hour online webinar with nutritionist Shalyn Yamanaka, will be an introduction to Ellyn Satter's Division of Responsibility in food, as well as a chance for you to clarify your concerns on eating / food related struggles. Shalyn believes in helping families enjoy their meals together.
Time & Location
09 Feb 2021, 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm SGT
This 1-hour online webinar by dietician, Shalyn Yamanaka, will provide an introduction to Ellyn Satter's Division of Responsibility in food, as well as answer general food / eating related concerns of the attendees.
In this Webinar you will learn about sDOR:
The Satter Division of Responsibility (sDOR) in feeding, outlines the responsibilities of the parent, and the responsibilities of the child in the feeding / eating process.
The parent's main job is to manage the food prep for meals and snacks, manage meal times, and provide a comfortable and social meal time setting.
The child's job is to eat the amount they need, learn to eat different foods, grow according to their bodily needs, and learn how to enjoy social meal times.
While the outlines seem simple, it is understandably difficult and each family has their unique struggles.
This is a one hour Webinar that will include some time for questions and answers at the end, feel free to come forward with any of the common parenting struggles, such as:
- how to help kids love vegetables
- how to help kids enjoy a balanced meal
- concern about a child eating too much / not enough
- struggling with child sitting at the table
- struggling with restricting "forbidden" foods like sweets, cakes and ice creams
- struggling with child taking a long time to eat
A gift from Shalyn
All attendees will be gifted a $10 voucher, which may be used for Shalyn's range of consultation services and upcoming webinars / courses. Terms & Conditions apply.
About the speaker
Shalyn Yamanaka-Wong is an Accredited Dietician and Associate with the Ellyn Satter Instritute. She encourages us to take the stress out of eating, and keep the experiences an enjoyable one so that our children develop a healthy relationship with eating and view dining as a positive social experience. You can view her website here: https://www.simplynutrition.com.sg/
"A meal is a point in time. The experience of a meal can affect a life-time of eating." - Shalyn Yamanaka
This ticket admits one person into the Webinar