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Kellion Victory Medals recipients

Presented at 61st Annual General Meeting of The Diabetic Association of South Australia Inc. Tuesday 28 October 2014, online 10.00am at Diabetes SA, 159 Sir Donald Bradman Drive, Hilton SA 5033.

Diabetes SA is proud to announce the Kellion Victory Medal recipients for 2013/2014.

Click here to learn about the life stories of people living with diabetes for 75 years, 70 years, 60 years and 50 years.

Click here to download a copy of the printed booklet.



NDSS contraception, pregnancy and women's health survey


Women aged 18-50 years living with diabetes....You're invited to take part in the NDSS contraception, pregnancy and women's health survey.

Complete the survey by 15 December  2014 to go in the draw to win an iPad Air Wi-Fi 16GB!

About the survey...

The survey is about contraception, pregnancy and women's health, and we're collecting this information as part of an NDSS National Development Program.
We'd like to find out more about the kind of contraception and pregnancy information that is currently available for – and provided to – women with diabetes. We'd also like to hear from you about what kind of pregnancy and women's health information interests you and how you'd prefer to receive it.

Who can take part?

Women aged 18–50 years living with type 1 or type 2 diabetes. You don't need to be pregnant or have children to take part in this survey – we would like to hear from all women living with diabetes.

What would I be asked?

The type of questions you would be asked include...

  • Information about you (e.g. age, country of birth, employment etc.)
  • Questions about how you manage your diabetes
  • Information you may have been given about contraception and pregnancy
  • Pre-pregnancy advice and support you may have received
  • Your beliefs about pregnancy and contraception

The survey should take less than 20 minutes to complete and your answers to the survey questions will be anonymous.

To complete the survey go to

If you prefer, we can send you a paper copy of the survey, a pen and a reply paid envelope.

To request a paper copy of the survey, contact:
Melinda Morrison
NDSS Diabetes in Pregnancy National Program Leader
Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
Phone: 0416 112 147


World Diabetes Day 2014

About World Diabetes Day


World Diabetes Day is celebrated every year on 14 November. World Diabetes Day aims to engage millions of people globally in diabetes awareness. For more information about World Diabetes Day, please click here. 

Go Blue for Breakfast

The theme for World Diabetes Day 2014 is 'Go Blue for Breakfast' with the emphasis placed on the promotion of healthy lifestyles and starting the day with a healthy breakfast. This campaign marks the beginning of a three year (2014-16) focus on healthy living and diabetes by the International Diabetes Federation (IDF). Diabetes SA is supporting the World Diabetes Day 2014 campaign by promoting the importance of healthy lifestyles at our event on World Diabetes Day in Victoria Square.

Join us on World Diabetes Day

Pack your favourite healthy breakfast and join us at Victoria Square to help celebrate World Diabetes Day on Friday 14 November. This will be a free fun filled public event to raise the awareness of the importance of healthy lifestyles to help prevent and effectively manage diabetes. 

The event will include:

  • Breakfast themed live cooking demonstration by Callum and Themis from Sprout from 12:00pm until 1:00pm.
  • FREE smoothies freshly made on the smoothie bike.
  • FREE blueberries and recipes from the Australian Blueberry Growers Association.
  • FREE fruit and vegetables to giveaway.
  • Special appearance from Vegie Man.
  • Fun filled group activities from FitWorking, Active Ageing and Port Adelaide Power.

There will also be a variety of stalls filled with giveaways, information, fun filled activities, demonstrations and much more.

Click here to download full program.

Where: Victoria Square (see map)
When: Friday 14 November 2014
Time: 8:00am to 2:00pm



Follow the hashtag #AdelBlueBreakfast for more news or share your updates adding hashtags #AdelBlueBreakfast #WDD #Adelaide to your posts on social media to help us spread the word.

Are you a World Diabetes Day Hero? Click here for more information.

Would you like to participate in our World Diabetes Day Competition to win some amazing prices? Click here for more information.


Urgent recall for product correction

Important information on Accu-Chek® Spirit Combo insulin pumps: Potential date and time loss due to a capacitor defect.

We would like to inform you about an issue potentially occurring with the Accu-Chek Spirit Combo insulin pump. Roche Diabetes Care has become aware that in a limited number of cases, using the Accu-Chek Spirit Combo insulin pump may experience a loss of the date and time settings. Our thorough investigation of the situation revealed that this issue may occur if the pump capacitor fails to function properly due to a leakage. The capacitor provides the necessary voltage to save time and date settings during power interruption, typically during a battery change.

Given the rare case that the above mentioned issue occurs, this will result in the pump resetting to the default date and time and requiring the user to set or re-program the correct date and time on the pump. In such cases the user might accidentally overlook the change to the default date and time and confirm the default date and time settings provided by the pump. As a result, a shift of the basal rate time block would occur, which could potentially contribute to hyper- or hypoglycaemic events. In users with impaired vision, it may be particularly difficult to detect the date and time loss. We have compiled important information on the following pages on how to change the battery as well as the pump screens that are displayed in case the defect occurs.

As patient safety is our first priority, Roche Diabetes Care informs users of the Accu-Chek Spirit Combo insulin pump to be aware of this issue and to ensure time and date are set correctly on their pump after a battery change. Users who experience any failures associated with this issue are asked to contact the Accu-Chek Customer Service Centre on 1800 633 457. The affected Accu-Chek Spirit Combo insulin pumps will be replaced immediately. Roche Diabetes Care has addressed the issue and is taking measures to resolve it.

The Therapeutic Goods Administration has been notified of this action.

We would like to thank you for your co-operation with this issue and apologise for any inconvenience that this may cause you. Should you have any additional queries or need further clarification, please do not hesitate to contact our Accu-Chek Contact Centre on 1800 633 457 or your local Accu-Chek representative at any time.

Kind regards, Roche Diabetes Care


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The National Diabetes Services Scheme (NDSS) is an initiative of the Australian Government administered by Diabetes Australia.


Kids Camp 2014

Another successful Diabetes SA Kids Camp for children aged 10-12 years was held at Mylor Baptist Camp from Friday 26 – Sunday 28 September.

After the great reception 'Animals Anonymous' received last year we invited them back for our 2014 camp. They did not disappoint and the kids loved the opportunity to hold the giant python and get up close to the amazing array of Australian wildlife.

There was something for all the kids to enjoy from the team activities such as raft building through to the more individual archery or the adrenalin pumping giant swing.

Onesies were the dress code for Saturday night. The kids and staff alike paraded a wide variety of animals, creatures and just plain weird onesies before settling down to watch the Lego Movie.

The camps can't run without the cooperation of staff, leaders and kids - so a big THANK YOU to everyone who was at the camp – you made it yet again a memorable experience!!







Click here to see more photos.


Maximise road safety when driving

It is a privilege to drive a motor vehicle and with it comes major legal responsibilities and liabilities. Driving is a complex skill both physically and mentally and for people with diabetes who drive, extra precautions need to be taken to help maximise road safety. The main hazard for those who take insulin or glucose lowering medications is the unexpected occurrence of hypoglycaemia. 

Diabetes and Driving

Driving and Diabetes

Diabetes and Driving provides advice on the extra precautions needed to be taken to help maximise road safety.

Download: Diabetes and Driving Booklet
Download: Diabetes and Driving Recent Hypo Flyer

Driving Responsibilities Checklist


Further reading

Related online resources


The National Diabetes Services Scheme (NDSS) is an initiative of the Australian Government administered with the assistance of Diabetes Australia.


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