Presentations & Outreach

NEDIC’s unique Body Pride outreach and education program is for people of all ages and all genders from all walks of life. Our presentations address eating disorder risk factors, build critical thinking and positive self-esteem, and promote healthy, balanced lifestyles.

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Outreach Programming offered by NEDIC

  1. Invite NEDIC to exhibit at a health or mental health fair
  2. Request a presentation or workshop for students
  3. Request a professional development presentation, workshop, or webinar
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Accessible and Customized

NEDIC offers on-site presentations for people of all ages within the Greater Toronto Area. We also deliver live webinar presentations for groups anywhere across Canada.

NEDIC's workshops are tailored to meet the unique needs of each group of participants. We will work with you to determine the most helpful content for your group.


Eating disorders can be fatal, so there is a strong need for accurate and accessible public education. NEDIC emphasizes the importance of enhancing the knowledge, resources, and skills of both professionals and communities in the realm of eating disorders, food and weight preoccupation and related issues.

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Workshop Fees

At NEDIC, we believe that money should never be a barrier to providing crucial education to communities in need. We provide workshop fees on a sliding scale in an attempt to accommodate all interested audiences. This money is used to directly cover costs related to preparation of tailored content, staffing, and travel for each presentation. We are more than happy to work with you to determine a fee that makes our programming accessible to your context. Please connect with us to learn more!

Whole-School Approach

NEDIC’s whole-school approach blends best practices in health and educational policy to cultivate a body-inclusive school environment. We aim to better the body image and well-being of school-aged youth, while creating capacity in supportive adults to respond effectively to students with concerns.

We deliver:

  • Prevention-focused presentations to students on body image, media literacy, body-based bullying, and self-esteem.
  • Capacity building workshops for educators, sharing practical strategies on talking about food, weight, and shape in the classroom and key tips on supporting students coming forward with concerns.
  • A parent panel for the local community, creating a safe space for caregivers to share their concerns while empowering them with resources to support the well-being of their children.