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Carbohydrate counting

This three-hour practical workshop provides people managing diabetes with basal bolus insulin therapy or insulin pump therapy with an opportunity to learn and refresh skills to accurately count carbohydrates. Each workshop is facilitated by an experienced Accredited Practising Dietitian.

2017 sessions





Thursday 23

9.30am – 12.30pm


Wednesday 24

1.30pm – 4.30pm


Friday 08

9.30am – 12.30pm


Tuesday 05

1.30pm – 4.30pm

For more information download our current flyer or call (03) 8532 1800.

Flexible Insulin Therapy (FlexIT)

FlexIT is designed for people with type 1 diabetes who are managing on basal bolus insulin therapy. The two-day program aims to teach participants how to best match insulin requirements to their food and lifestyle for a more flexible approach to diabetes management.

Each small group program is presented by an experienced Diabetes Educator and Dietitian. Practical advice and personalised feedback is provided.

Topics include:

  • Insulin adjustment for food and physical activity.
  • Carbohydrate counting, including practical activities.
  • Diabetes health targets and checks.
  • Hypoglycaemia, hyperglycaemia and sick day management.

2017 sessions


Day 1

Day 2

9.30am – 4.00pm


Tuesday 14

Tuesday 21


Friday 16

Friday 23


Thursday 07

Thursday 14


Wednesday 29

Wednesday 06

For more information download our current flyer or call (03) 8532 1800.

Women After Gestational Diabetes (WAG)

A five-session program for women previously diagnosed with Gestational Diabetes. The program aims to support women to make improvements to their diet and lifestyle to create healthy habits for themselves and their family.

For more information download our current flyer or call (03) 8532 1800.

Alternative training locations

There are other sites around Australia where the FlexIT program is also being delivered. Please contact the site you are interested in attending to make a booking or for any enquiries.

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