What's on at the Family Centre

  • Mental Health Research and Support for Parents of Type 1 Children
    18 May, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
    Type 1 Diabetes Family Centre, 11 Limosa Cl, Stirling WA 6021, Australia
    Research shows that around one in five parents of children with type 1 diabetes experience psychological distress as a result of managing their child’s chronic condition around the clock. Researchers from ECU will talk to our parents’ community about the latest mental health findings.
  • Family Centre Mid-Year Community Event - Mad Hatters Tea Party
    12 Jun, 11:30 am – 2:00 pm
    Stirling, 11 Limosa Cl, Stirling WA 6021, Australia
    With games, surprise entertainment, face-painting, hair braiding, large outdoor games, a dedicated toddler play area and a visit from some special guests there is something for everyone! Make sure you come dressed as your favourite Alice in Wonderland character.
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Curtin Stadium and the Family Centre are excited to be running the PAEDS (Participate - Achieve - Encourage - Develop - Succeed) exercise program throughout 2021, designed to help kids and adolescents with medical conditions to participate in physical activity. 

 

PAEDS is like having your own personal trainer who's there to help you reach your sport and exercise goals! Group sessions are overseen by an Accredited Exercise Physiologist and/or Physiotherapist, and kids are paired up with Exercise Science, Exercise Physiology, Occupational Therapy and Physiotherapy students. 

PAEDS runs every term after school on Mondays and/or Thursdays at Curtin University.