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Are you looking after someone with an eating disorder?

Being a parent or caregiver of a loved one with a negative relationship with food and body, can be very demanding indeed. 

It is essential to know that you will play a large supportive roll in your child's recovery.

 Please remember that you will be supporting them 99.99% of the time, with the therapist just 0.01%?  Makes so much sense that you should fully understand the roll you are about to play.  Here at Nourishing Routes, we can help and support you to being the best you can be. 


  • You may have to take time away from work or possibly taking a career break to look after the person depending on the severity of the condition.

  • Planning and Preparation will be key for your roll to play in their recovery journey. Nourishing Routes can help you prepare a plan based on your current circumstances.

  • You may need help in finding extra financial support to meet the following additional requirements you perhaps have not thought about... 

Can I get paid as a Carer to look after my loved one?, Additional Support for the following:


Extra Heating Bills

-  Additional Food and Supplements

- Travel and Expenses

- Council Tax

- Having the right financial support in place, which plays a major part and is key to supporting your loved one's recovery. 

Nourishing Routes Caregiving Information

"Taking a Little Time 

to Plan and Prepare Now will Help things run more smoothly in the long run, reducing worry and anxiety"

 If you feel that you could benefit from some support related to caring for a loved one with an eating disorder, you can make contact via 

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