Paediatric Dietitian & Nutritional Therapist

Hanan Saleh Paediatric Dietitian & Nutritional Therapist now offers home visits for families in Sydney metro NSW. You can book a home visit or a zoom session by using the link below. 3 central clinic locations, Kogarah, Miranda and Randwick – please phone the clinics directly for an appointment. 
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HANAN SALEH
HANAN SALEH

(APD, AN) (BSc Nut, Hons I, Uni of Syd 2002

Accredited Practising paediatric Dietitian & feeding therapist

Hanan Saleh

This paediatric practice is a professional nutritional consultancy services brought to you by an Accredited Practising paediatric Dietitian & feeding therapist Hanan Saleh (APD, AN) (BSc Nut, Hons I, Uni of Syd 2002).

Hanan Saleh is an expert in paediatric nutrition and assessments. Working with some of Sydney’s top paediatricians, Hanan is exposed to kids with Autism, ADHD, multiple nutrient deficiencies including iron & zinc deficiency, failure-to-thrive, allergies, intolerances, reflux disease, fussy eaters, constipation, coeliac disease, obesity and much more. As well as working in clinics based in RANDWICK, KOGARAH, and MIRANDA, Hanan continues to provide COVID-19 safe HOME VISITS for your added convenience. Hanan also offers flexible Telehealth and zoom sessions. 
Connect with Hanan Saleh Paediatric nutrition therapist today, no referrals required click here to email

Top Tip

Top Tip: Kids are naturally drawn to NEW experiences and love learning from their favourite people (you!). The next time you’re preparing a meal, get your kids involved in the process with SIMPLE tasks (like ripping the lettuce leaves or using a safety peeler for cucumber) and make food feel fun!