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Diabetes Family Camp Photos!

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As much as I could sit here and rattle on all day and night at how awesome diabetes family camp is for kids, it doesn’t mean much if you can’t see it. On our recent diabetes family camp, we had a lovely photographer with us to capture the moments words can’t. If you jump on to the Diabetes Victoria Flickr page, you can check all the photos from not only the recent family camps but from all the other camps and events.

Also here’s a quick shout out to all the volunteer leaders and healthcare professionals who came along and made camp possible and awesome!

Family  Camp 1 team. Photo credit to Diabetes Victoria, 2015.

The one where one of the leaders is replaced with his profile instead.
Photo credit to Diabetes Victoria, 2015.

The one I fell over for the photo. Photo credit: Diabetes Victoria, 2015.

The one I fell over for the photo.
Photo credit to Diabetes Victoria, 2015.

Of course, a special big thank you to my co-coordinator for keeping me organised and reminding me when camp was (although I remembered this year!).

The one who is ridiculously organised. Photo credit to Diabetes Victoria, 2015.

The one who is ridiculously organised.
Photo credit to Diabetes Victoria, 2015.

Check out my blog posts from the recent family camps:

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Pancreatically challenged, diabetes advocate, PhD student and dietitian - working to positive changes within the diabetes community and healthcare setting. Although diagnosed at age of 19 with T2DM, the type of diabetes I have is under constant debate. Finally pumping as of March 2014.

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