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Major Medicare reform makes history for eating disorders treatment in Australia

Sunday 9 December 2018 – Today we made history. Families and individuals across the country welcomed today’s announcement by Prime Minister, Scott Morrison, and Minister for Health, Greg Hunt, of the life changing amendment to the Medicare Benefits Scheme to improve access and affordability of appropriate eating disorders treatment across Australia.

The power of men’s voices inspires help-seeking for eating disorders

Saturday 2nd June – Today is World Eating Disorders Action Day. This is a day we collectively shine a spotlight on the needs of those around the world living with an eating disorder. This year we continue to be focused on breaking down the stigma associated with eating disorders and the barriers to help-seeking associated with these complex, potentially fatal mental illnesses.

What I want people to know about my eating disorder

Today is World Eating Disorders Action Day and the theme is #WeDoAct2BreakStigma. We reached out to our community and asked them to share ONE thing they wish people understood about their eating disorder or their loved one's eating disorder.

Australian Health Ministers’ commitment to eating disorders confirmed

4 August, 2017 - Butterfly Foundation, Australia’s leading organisation for eating disorders, was inspired by the collective commitment made by all of Australia’s Health Ministers at yesterday’s COAG Health Minister’s meeting to address the critical need of 1 million Australians with an eating disorder.

At Home With Eating Disorders Conference.

Butterfly, in collaboration with F.E.A.S.T (Families Empowered and Supporting the Treatment of Eating Disorders), hosted the third Australian Eating Disorders Conference for Carers in May 2017. The day was a huge success with over 100 carers attending.

Miss B and me

I love life. I am a successful student, I have been successful in early Ed, and I know how to take care of myself. I want to remove the stigma that makes people feel unworthy. Being open and vulnerable helps you get to the other side and live a fulfilling life.

Let’s Talk about ARFID

ARFID is more than just ‘picky eating’ – it is a serious eating disorder with potentially damaging health consequences. We spoke to people who have experienced ARFID to learn more about the challenges of this eating disorder and share advice for others currently impacted or those caring for a loved one.