We're in this together

The Family Centre offers information, education, community connection,

clinical care and wrap-around social support under one roof.

LATEST NEWS

THE JOY REPORT

We're thrilled to launch the Family Centre's inaugural Joy Report where we celebrate powerful health transformations, connection, kinship and true person-centred care. Read our inspiring stories from 2020 that will lift your heart and put a smile on your face.

THIS IS TYPE 1

The Family Centre's inspiring new series of short stories, This is Type 1, follows the lives of sixteen remarkable people in our tribe. 

 

Like the Family Centre, This is Type 1 is not a place where you will hear the words “sufferers” or “victims” of diabetes. We’re flipping that script, and This is Type 1 is here to motivate, inspire and empower you instead.

TRIBE TALK: SEPTEMBER

It's full speed ahead at the Family Centre; in this edition of our bi-monthly newsletter Tribe Talk, register for our exciting new webinar on alcohol and type 1 diabetes, our jam-packed school holiday program, a Keto in the Kitchen workshop and Yoga for Mental Health. And if you want to give back to your community, the Family Centre is proud to be a charity beneficiary of the Telethon Community Cinemas for the 2020-21 season. By signing up to be a Telethon Community Cinemas volunteer, you'll turn volunteer hours into funds for the Family Centre! Find out more below.

SUPPORT US

The Type 1 Diabetes Family Centre is dedicated to supporting people impacted by type 1 diabetes to face the daily challenges of the disease. We are striving to improve health trajectories and lives for the better every day.  

 

Will you make a tax-deductible gift today and help us change lives?  

Together we can make a difference.

BLOG OF THE MONTH

Ever wondered why your blood glucose level seems to have booked a ticket to the moon, even though you haven't eaten anything? Blood glucose management is so much more than carbs and insulin – indeed, 42 factors have been identified that can impact glucose levels, including hormones. In this month’s Clinic Chat, we discuss the impact of the hormones that are secreted as a result of stress, illness, or as a consequence of insulin deficiency itself. There are known as insulin counterregulatory hormones, and include glucagon, epinephrine (also known as adrenaline), cortisol, and growth hormone.

RECIPE OF THE MONTH

Slow Cooked Creamy Pumpkin Chicken Thighs 

Make the most of the last of the cold nights with this versatile vegetable! When it’s slow cooked, pumpkin melts down into a gravy like consistency, thickening the sauce and adding delicious flavor.

Our Vision

A confident, connected type 1 diabetes community in Western Australia.

“I’ve had type 1 for 32 years,

and to be honest it’s the first time

I’ve been comfortable talking to someone I didn’t know about it. 

The team at the Family Centre 

genuinely changed my

life for the better” 

-Chris, attendee at  FlexIT  

"The schools’ education session

was thorough and clearly presented. Type 1 can be a scary topic but the Family Centre covered everything with professionalism and care.

It helped me feel confident and

not too overwhelmed in caring

for this special little boy whilst

he’s at school.” 

Katherine, teacher

The Family Centre receives no government funding. Every donation goes straight to work connecting, supporting and inspiring our type 1 community.

There are so many ways to support us.

Type 1 Diabetes Family Centre

11 Limosa Close, Stirling WA 6021

t + 61 (8) 9446 6446

f + 61 (8) 9463 1446

e hello@type1familycentre.org.au

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Type 1 Diabetes Family Centre

11 Limosa Court, Stirling WA 6021

Phone. +61 (8) 6446 6446

Fax. +61 (8) 9463 1446

Email. hello@type1familycentre.org.au

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