Linda Stade, a Research Officer at Santa Maria College, adresses a question from a recent parent forum on diet and body image, via her article on the topic of how to talk about weight gain without shaming. Click here to read the article.
Medicare rebates are payable if you have been referred by your GP (with a mental health care plan), psychiatrist or paediatrician. Medicare rebates are paid for the cost of ten appointments in a calendar year, withthe rebate currently set at $124.50 per individual appointment. The rebate will be higher if you have exceeded the Medicare … Continued
You will need a referral from your GP (general practitioner), psychiatrist or paediatrician to access Medicare rebates. You do not need a referral if you plan to claim appointment costs from your private health insurance. We require all clients with eating disorders to maintain regular contact with their GP, psychiatrist or paediatrician for medical monitoring … Continued
You do not usually need a referral from a GP or other health professional to claim the cost of our services against your private health fund. The rebate provided by your health fund will vary depending on your fund and level of cover. Your health fund will be able to advise you of the rebate … Continued