Care UK Eating Disorder Services have been helping people to recover from eating disorders for over 20 years. What makes us unique is our ability to treat a wide range of eating disorders - even the most complex and long lasting - as well as people of different ages.
We provide in-depth and expert care and support in comfortable, homely surroundings in quiet residential areas, helping the people we care for to recover from their eating disorder in a warm and welcoming setting.
Our teams provide an extremely wide range of expertise. Their experience, combined with our models of treatment, means that we can give every person we work with a package of treatment and care that's as individual as they are.
In this blog, the second of two entries on what to expect when recovering from anorexia, Katherine Matthews (Clinical Lead) looks at some of the challenges to prepare yourself for beyond the physical and mental aspects.
In this, the first of two blogs about what to expect when recovering from anorexia, Katherine Matthews (Clinical Lead) looks at the physical and mental challenges.
We’re often approached by people who have recovered from eating disorders who want to offer their positive experiences to current sufferers, whether as a care worker, a volunteer or nurse. Katherine Matthews, Clinical Lead, looks at the pros and cons of working in the field when you’re a recovered sufferer.
Many eating disorder sufferers will look for ways to achieve more rapid weight loss, and medication, from diet pills to laxatives, is widely abused. But what are the long-term harm caused by medication abuse?