Walkin' About

What is the Walkin’ About Program?

Did you know that if you have been diagnosed with diabetes you may be eligible for funded exercise, healthy eating and education programs?

The Walkin’ About program focuses on prescribing exercise and making healthy eating decisions to assist in the management of your diabetes.

At Flexout Health we proudly work together with the Albury Wodonga Aboriginal Health Service (AWAHS) and Charles Sturt University (CSU) to run this community based exercise, healthy eating and education program.

Benefits of exercise in the management of Diabetes


Do I need a doctor’s referral for the Healthy Diabetic classes?

Yes. AWAHS will arrange for a GP referral to be completed for you before beginning the program.

When do the Walkin’ About programs run?

Program start dates vary. Please contact AWAHS directly to find out the available time slots for the next program.

Do I need to book in?

Yes. Bookings for Walkin’ About are essential. Please talk to your GP at AWAHS for more information about enrolling in the program.

What is the cost of walkin’ about?

Walkin’ About is fully subsidised through AWAHS, CSU and Medicare.

What does the walkin’ about program involve?

The Walkin’ About program is a 10 week exercise, healthy eating and education program. It involves group exercise sessions, cook ups and health team support from AWAHS, CSU and Flexout Health.

Is there a cancellation policy?

At Flexout Health, we understand people get busy and from time to time, emergencies come up and things change. If you cannot keep your appointment, please call us as soon as possible so we can reschedule your appointment.

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