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A new national
schools program is set to ease the strain of type 1 diabetes on
families by helping to ensure that principals, teachers and school
staff have the support, training and tools they need to support
students with type 1 diabetes at school.
survey found that...
One in two Queenslanders aged 16 to 85 years may experience
mental illness, and Queensland Health has launched a campaign to
help us improve our mental wellbeing.
Dear Mind encourages all Queenslanders to make time for
themselves and prioritise their mental wellbeing to help...
The Federal Government has announced changes to the Continuous
Glucose Monitoring (CGM) Initiative, opening access to this life
changing technology to thousands more Australians living with type 1
Diabetes Australia CEO Professor Greg Johnson
welcomed Freestyle Libre's...
Parents and families of 11,000 Australian children with type 1
diabetes are beingurged to register their interest in the new
Diabetes in Schools program set tocommence in early 2020.
On World Diabetes Day, 14
November, Diabetes Australia CEO Professor...
The number of Queenslanders impacted by diabetes is grossly
underestimated, according to Diabetes Queensland CEO Sturt
"One in four Queenslanders over the age of 25 lives with
diabetes or pre-diabetes. If you add to that number the family,
friends and carers who support...
Georgia McCarron speaks with the quiet authority of someone who
is a natural leader.
The 1.83cm athlete and university student was diagnosed with
type 1 diabetes after contracting chicken pox just before her
Now 22, Georgia and her Northside Wizards women's...
The Pharmaceutical Benefits Advisory Committee (PBAC)
has recently opened a period of consumer comments on Dulaglutide
(Trulicity) and is interested in hearing from people living with
type 2 diabetes, their family, friends and carers, healthcare
professionals and patient or consumer groups...
Last month we asked you to share your thoughts on products you
would like to see the Australian Government subsidise through the
National Diabetes Services Scheme (NDSS). Thank you to those who
provided feedback. Read on to find which areas were of greatest
importance to you.
If you would like to learn about type 2 diabetes on your home
computer from a simple program, the National Diabetes
ServicesScheme (NDSS) has developed a freeonline
learning program, called "Type 2 diabetes and me", will help
you learnmore about...
National Diabetes Services Scheme (NDSS) Access Points supply
registrants with subsidised products and related information to
help you manage your diabetes.
They offer easy access to subsidised products in the
The majority of Access Points are community...