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Healthy Lunchboxes
Wednesday 20 October 2021
12:30pm & 6:30pm

This month at Sounds good to me it is all about nutrition and children to acknowledge National Nutrition week (11-17 October). Healthwise Dietitian Amelia Smith is joining us for the next in our free webinar series. Amelia is going to discuss healthy lunchboxes with us. 

See you soon,

Anne Williams, Speech Pathologist and co-founder of Sounds good to me

Amelia smith

 Amelia Smith, Dietitian

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Healthy Lunchboxes

Dietitian Amelia is joining us for our FREE webinar. Amelia will teach us all we need to know to regularly provide growing children with a healthy lunchbox - and begin healthy eating habits that will follow them all the way into adulthood.


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