How can I book a place on
To book a place click on the link below to complete the booking form, a member of the team will be in touch.
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NYLO (Nutrition for your Little One) is a free 8 week programme for families with children aged 5 and under living in Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan.
The aim of NYLO is to support families to feel more confident to provide a healthy, balanced diet at home and help children to be a healthy weight.
The NYLO programme has been developed by Cardiff and Vale UHB Public Health Dietitians.
NYLO Family Group Programme
The programme consists of eight, 2 hour weekly sessions for parents or carers to attend with their child. At the start of each session parents and children attend separate sessions allowing parents the opportunity to focus on the information provided and to meet other parents or carers with young children. The children attend a children activity session delivered by registered childcare staff where they can learn about healthy food through different food activities and take part in active play. The sessions are delivered in a fun and engaging way using the NYLO characters. At the end of each weekly session families come together to enjoy a healthy snack time together.
The weekly programme covers the following topics
Week 1 – Welcome to NYLO
Week 2 – Steps to eat well
Week 3 – Getting the right balance for your family
Week 4 – Setting a health snack time
Week 5 – Encouraging your child to eat well
Week 6 – The benefits of being active
Week 7 – Helpful tools
Week 8 – Family time
Families and Carers receive information and resources to take home each week including activity and play ideas to try with their child at home.
Families or Carers who attend the group programme have access to additional resources and information on the NYLO website.
How can I book a place on the course?
To book a place click on the link to complete the booking form, a member of the team will be in touch. If you would prefer to speak to a member of the team call 029 20 907699 or call/text 07972 732614.