Eating disorder sector calls on tech companies to do more to stop harmful content Experts from the eating disorder sector have called for tighter regulation
Hunter Williams will ride 3,500km through Europe to raise funds to support Australian families who are caring for someone with an eating disorder.
The name of his fundraising campaign – Hunter’s Uphill Fundraiser – pays tribute to those families and the challenges they face.
Food. A basic necessity for survival and functioning. For many of us, it is a joyful, pleasant experience.
For someone with an eating disorder, food is coupled with sheer terror. Yet, it is an essential ‘medicine’ and the key to maintaining life.
With more than one million Australians experiencing an eating disorder, and prevalence rates continuing to increase, a new 10-year National Eating Disorder Strategy released today outlines key steps needed to tackle Australia’s growing eating disorder crisis.
New research shows families and carers of those with eating disorders are desperate for support, understanding and connection
Families and carers of those living with an eating disorder are desperate for non-judgmental connection with new research finding this is the main reason for joining an eating disorder carer support group.
Worldwide, an overwhelming amount of the population, children and adults alike, report struggling with body image concerns. In Australia alone, some staggering statistics are: Body
Eating disorder carers welcome $1.7 million in Federal Government funding for online peer support and counselling service
Eating Disorders Families Australia (EDFA) welcomes the Federal Government’s decision to fund a $1.7 million program designed to help carers better support a loved one
How can I best support my child with food? Your loved one’s ‘non-compliance’ surrounding food may outwardly look like an act of defiance/resistance/unwillingness to engage
My name is Christine Naismith. I’m one of the cofounders of Eating Disorders Families Australia. We’re a support organization for families, parents, partners, carers of