Healthy Eating merges with disability equality training


One of the ideas behind setting up this disability eqaulity training and consultancy was it might lead to opportunities to work with my wife more often.

Jean Bayliss is now a community foood worker. She has worked with primary care children and homeless people leaving care as well as putting on community food events and cook and taste sessions. She has received training in food hygiene and has NVQ’s (Level 3) in Setting up Food Social Enterprises and Healthy Eating. As an husband with a predilection for dairy products including chocolate and cheese this might not be an easy ride at all times but if you want disability equality training and need to look for food provisions too look no further.

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