Katelyn truly believes in “unlocking the potential of food” to optimize nutrition care and well-being for people at every stage of life. She is passionate about nurturing the relationship between health and enjoyment, through food. With a dietetic background, Katelyn’s work experience extends from a clinical settings to hands-on food preparation and demonstrations.
Katelyn graduated from Université de Moncton in 2016 with a Bachelor of Science in Human Nutrition. She enjoys continual education pertaining to dysphagia management, diet texture initiatives, liberalized menus and most recently comfort feeding. Katelyn is a member of Dietitian of Canada’s Gerontology Network and Dysphagia Assessement & Treatment Network. She is also a standing member on the local dietitians Long-term Care Action Group and the secretary for the Nova Scotia Dietitians’ Continuing Care Action Group.
“One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well.” -Virginia Woolf
“Food feeds both the body and soul – there are clear reasons to eat a balanced diet, but there are also reasons you cling to your mom’s secret chicken noodle soup recipe when you’re sick.” – Michael Mina