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2018 National Diabetes Week

NDW18National Diabetes Week (8 – 14 July 2018) aims to raise the awareness of diabetes in the community. Diabetes is Australia's fastest growing chronic condition and there are more than 106,000 South Australians diagnosed with diabetes.

National Diabetes Week Resource Pack 2018

As part of National Diabetes Week 2018, Diabetes SA will be focusing on increasing awareness of the importance of person-centred care for optimal diabetes management. As part of the awareness campaign, Diabetes SA has some resources available for all health professionals to download and order.

Click here to learn more about person-centred care.

The National Diabetes Week Resource kit this year will include an A4 and A3 promotional poster, 'AUSDRISK Tool,' and NDSS factsheets on 'Adjusting to life with diabetes'and 'Your diabetes and annual cycle of care'.

Request your pack today!

If you are a health professional that works with people living with diabetes, to request a National Diabetes Week resource kit, email Diabetes SA today on  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .


ausdrisk tool

Are you at risk of type 2 diabetes? The Australian Type 2 Diabetes Risk Assessment (AUSDRISK) Tool is a quick test for people to assess their own risk of type 2 diabetes.

The AUSDRISK Tool can be used to test your family and friends to see if they are at risk as there are quite a few people walking around with diabetes and may not realise.

Click here to download the AUSDRISK Tool.

Adjusting to life with diabetes


The diagnosis of diabetes can come as a shock. First reactions may be disbelief, sadness, anger, or self-blame. Usually, these feelings ease after a while and diabetes becomes part of life. Sometimes, these feelings don't go away easily. If you feel this way, you are not alone. There are many things you can do to fit diabetes into your life.

Click here to download your copy of the Adjusting to life with diabetes factsheet.

Your diabetes and annual cycle of care


It is important to do an annual cycle of care to identify any health concerns early and discuss the best treatment with your doctor and diabetes health professionals. Without regular checks, diabetes can lead to complications that can affect your whole body, including your kidneys, eyes, feet, nerves and heart. 

Click here to download your copy of the Your diabetes and annual cycle of care factsheet.

National Diabetes Week Seminar — Person-Centred Care

As part of National Diabetes Week this year, Diabetes SA is holding a Seminar for NDSS registrants and their families on Saturday 7 July which will focus on 'Person-Centred Care'.

Click here to find out more.

Support Diabetes SA

At Diabetes SA, we pride ourselves on being able to provide vital services and programs to people living with diabetes. However, as a non-government funded charity, we can't do it alone! By making a donation you are helping us empower people to live well with diabetes.

Click here to donate online. All donations over $2 are tax deductible. 

Our past Awareness Campaigns:

Diabetes SA has proudly produced material for past awareness campaigns.