My Health for Life is a FREE support program and QLD Government initiative designed to help people improve their health and reduce the risk of developing chronic diseases such as type 2 diabetes, heart disease or stroke. The program is being run by our resident Exercise Physiologist, Erin Barrett, who is a trained My Health for Life facilitator and has previously been recognised by the Gold Coast Primary Health Network for her outstanding contribution to the program.
Location: Level 4, Griffith Health Centre (G40 building) Gold Coast campus.
Join a group of like-minded individuals also wanting to improve their health and reduce their risk of developing chronic disease. Meet regularly over six sessions to:
- learn the evidence-based guidelines to improve your health
- discuss strategies to make small changes to your lifestyle
- set goals and plan to ensure you long-term, sustainable changes
- gain support and accountability from other group members.
All groups run on Wednesdays between 5pm-7pm:
- Session 1 – throughout September
- Session 2 – 25 September
- Session 3 – 9 October
- Session 4 – 23 October
- Session 5 – 6 November
- Session 6 – 5 Feb 2020
Find out more: email@example.com or 1800 188 295.
To participate in the program you must first check your risk factors. Simply follow the link below to complete a quick and easy health check.
Meet your health partner – Erin Barrett
Erin is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist (AEP) and Accredited Exercise Scientist (AES) with a strong background in the health and fitness industry. She is passionate about the My Health for Life program and is looking forward to helping people move past barriers that stand in the way of making healthy choices. Erin has a unique ability in finding physical activities and exercise options that are enjoyable and sustainable for each individual.
About the My health for life program
My health for life is a Queensland Government funded program lead by Diabetes Queensland in partnership with the Heart and Stroke Foundations, Queensland Primary Health Network, Ethnic Communities Council of Queensland and Queensland Aboriginal and Islander Health Council.