Following the Annual General Meeting held on Sunday 28 July, the 2019 RISA Executive Committee has been confirmed.
Pain associated with untreated acid reflux can cause babies to display long periods of inconsolable crying, wakefulness leading to sleep deprivation, and distressed and avoidant feeding behaviour resulting in poor growth.
Reflux Infants Support Association (RISA) Inc Constitution 2018 under the NSW Associations Incorporation Act 2009.
A Special Meeting of the Association has been called to vote upon proposed changes to the RISA Inc Constitution.
Following the Annual General Meeting held on Sunday 30 July, the 2017 RISA Executive Committee has been confirmed.
Different techniques work for different refluxers so trial and error are needed to identify any that may help you. They may work for refluxers and silent refluxers alike. If you have any concerns, please discuss these with your child’s doctor or Child Health Nurse.
A child with reflux will not necessarily display all of these symptoms, and the number of signs exhibited does not indicate the severity of their reflux. If you suspect your child may have reflux or have any questions or concerns, it is important to discuss them with your child’s doctor or child health nurse.
On the Reflux Infants Support Association Inc (RISA) website, parents will find reliable and expertly validated information and resources.