Menu

Managing diabetes

Managing diabetes
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander

Diabetes and me

Jeanie and Tom both have type 2 diabetes. This story is about what having diabetes means to them.

 

What does having diabetes mean to YOU?

Diabetes affects everyone differently. Have you been diagnosed with diabetes? How has it impacted on your life? We would love for you to share your thoughts by completing our short survey.

 

It is anonymous and as simple as clicking on the statements below. Your responses will help us understand your concerns and know what is important to you.

Diabetes and me

Click on the statements you agree with most.

I am:


I am:


I have:


Diabetes makes me feel...

Click on all the statements you agree with most.




Diabetes, food and physical activity...

Click on all the statements you agree with most.




Diabetes, family, and friends...

Click on all the statements you agree with most.




Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander type 2 diabetes peer support program

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander online peer support program

Do you need support? The online peer support program is here to help. 

Gestational diabetes (GDM)

Gestational diabetes (GDM)

Gestational diabetes affects some women during pregnancy, however there can be long-term implications, including greater risk of developing type 2 diabetes in later life.

BIMA 98.8fm audio

BIMA 98.8fm audio

Diabetes Queensland with Brisbane Indigenous Media Association are delivering a series of radio skits and audio messages aimed at raising awareness and increasing knowledge of diabetes amongst Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples in Queensland.