Fostering Recovery Workshop for Toowoomba Carers

Fostering Recovery Workshop for Toowoomba Carers

About this event

The Eating Disorders Association is pleased to announce we are bringing our Fostering Recovery workshop to Toowoomba on Saturday November 10th, 2018. The workshop is for carers, family and friends affected by eating disorders and aims to help you: • Understand more about eating disorders and ways to support recovery • Make meal times less stressful • Develop positive coping strategies and communication skills • Foster a healthier relationship with your loved one To RSVP please contact the EDA on 3077 7320 or by October 19.


RSVP by 19th October

Contact Details

Person: Georgina Bullock

Phone: 0730777320



Georgina Bullock Admin Coordinator, Eating Disorders Association (Qld)

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