Useful Links


EAT is a federation of member support groups each associated with the rare congenital condition of Oesophageal Atresia (OA) and/or Tracheo-Oesophageal Fistula (TOF). Each of the member organisations EAT operates on a charitable basis in their own country. OARA is an associate member of EAT and work closely with all of the TOF OA charities around the world.EAT, which also operates as a charity in its own right, has been founded to help these individual organisations share their knowledge and experience and to promote awareness of the condition across the EU. For more information click here.

INOEA - International Network Of Esophageal Atresia 

For more information about international conferences, click here.                                                                                              The next international conference will in Rotterdam 2-3 Oct 2014.

TOFS is a registered, UK-based charity dedicated to providing emotional support to families of children born with Tr acheo-Oesophageal Fistula, Oesophageal Atresia and associated conditions. Click here to find out more. 


The Royal Children's Hospital Foundation, Melbourne gives everyone a chance to care for the sick children of Victoria. By supporting important equipment, pioneering research, leadership and training, and patient-and-family-centred care the Foundation also benefits the lives of sick children around the world. Click here to find out more.


This forum is a way to share experiences about Tube Dependency, Tube Feeding and Tube Weaning. Members of TFK are mainly parents who have been through the Graz method or who have used the principles of child-led, caloric-reduction style of tube weaning. Or they are TFK members who are Health Professionals interested in learning more from families and their experiences. Click here to participate.

Lively Eaters

‘Lively Eaters’ is a private allied health practice which specialises in feeding and eating difficulties in children from birth through the early school years.  It is based in Adelaide, South Australia, Australia. Click here to find out more.

NoTube is the tele-medical spin-off-company of the Medical University of Graz, Austria. We work in close co-operation with the Medical University of Graz as well as the Society for telemedicine and e-Health. The Medical University of Graz supports us in medically challenging cases with their specialized professional staff. By working with these professionals, we can treat almost any almost any age or severity of feeding disorder. Click here for more information.


Department of Human Services

The Department of Human Services has a large range of information that may be useful for families and individuals with chronic medial conditions. We recommend having a look, and find out which information and services are relevent for you.

Useful information and links around chronic medical condition assistance for individuals can be found here. And families with children with a medical condition can find information around payments that are available can be found here.

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