Access to Food without Education Feeds the Problems of Tomorrow

By Dietetic Intern: Amber Wall “Give a man a fish, and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish, and you feed him for a lifetime.” This saying came to mind after completing my rotation with the USDA’s SNAP-ED Connection program manager, Janice Schneider, MS, RDN, FAND. The SNAP Program serves itsContinue reading “Access to Food without Education Feeds the Problems of Tomorrow”

The Importance of a Second Opinion

A Partnership Between a Dietitian and A Speech Pathologist By: Amber Wall Reading through multiple clinical notes as a dietetic intern can be overwhelming. There are notes from the nurses, surgeons, occupational therapists, speech pathologists (SLP), and more. I began to question the role of a speech pathologist compared to a dietitian. Prior to thisContinue reading “The Importance of a Second Opinion”