Early Intervention

Early intervention by health, educational or sports and fitness professionals is key to reducing stigma, to encouraging people affected by eating disorders to seek help, and to ease the burden of illness. 

Health Professionals

Early intervention is key to improved health and quality of life when it comes to providing primary care for people affected by eating disorders.

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Education Professionals

Education professionals are ideally positioned to detect early signs and symptoms of eating issues and disorders.

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Sports & Fitness Professionals

Coaches, trainers and other fitness professionals are at the frontline when it comes to noticing changes in their athletes and clients, including when it comes to detecting early signs and symptoms of eating issues and disorders.

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Friends, Families, Carers

Family, friends and carers play a crucial role in the care, support and recovery of people with eating disorders.

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