Schools' Education

Our Schools' Education workshops cover the key areas of students' Diabetes Management and Action Plans in a practical, hands-on information session that builds knowledge, skills and confidence. This is not a general information session: at the Family Centre, we know that every student is different, and our workshops are individually tailored to meet their specific needs. Delivered by Alia Parker, the Family Centre's new Health Program Coordinator, who has two school-aged children with type 1 diabetes and over 20 years’ experience in the education and childcare sectors. The Family Centre’s Schools Education workshops will leave school staff well equipped to help their type 1 diabetic students to shine. 

What's covered?

  • Carer's anxiety

  • What is type 1 diabetes?

  • Glossary of terms

  • Insulin

  • Insulin pumps

  • Insulin injections

  • Bolus calculators

  • Checking blood glucose levels

  • Interstitial Sensor Glucose Monitors

  • Hypoglycaemia - low blood glucose level

  • Hyperglycaemia - high blood glucose level

  • Food

  • Physical activity and play

  • Type 1 supplies

  • Ten things teachers should know about talking type 1


Type 1 Diabetes Family Centre

11 Limosa Close, Stirling WA 6021

t + 61 (8) 9446 6446

f + 61 (8) 9463 1446


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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


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