Hip, Hip Hooray! Happy Anniversary to me!

People often ask why I celebrate such an occasion, one that you would think begs misery.  Let me explain. Managing diabetes well is not an easy task. I’ve always said that barely a movement is made without first consciously (and sometimes unconsciously) thinking about how diabetes will be managed in every situation.

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The Gut Movie- T1F Fundraiser.

The Type1 Foundation presents this special screening of The Gut Movie on Wednesday the 9th of May at 7:00pm at Village Cinemas Geelong, VIC! In The Gut Movie, we follow the journey of journalist & researcher Kale Brock as, in the quest to discover whether the ‘optimal microbiome’ does indeed exist..

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What it's really like being diagnosed in your mid twenties..

In my experience being diagnosed later in life can cause a mixture of emotions on the individual, some people are quite matter of fact about the diagnosis and steps that need to be taken to manage their diabetes whilst other's can find the life change quite daunting, inconvenient and challenging. When people have families already, getting Type1 diabetes later in life can often add financial stress to the household expenditure." -Jessica O'Shannassy Diabetes Educator.

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