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Kids Camp 2013

Diabetes SA held its Kids Camp for children aged 10-12 years at Mylor Baptist Camp from Friday 11 – Sunday 13 October.

The weekend was full of activities including a visit from 'Animals Anonymous' who brought some of Australia's amazing wildlife with them for the kid's to see and hold.

The children also took part on the flying fox, giant swing and canoeing to name just a few activities.

Saturday night was party night, with a 'Halloween themed disco', the kids and staff all participated in fancy dress, they looked awesome!

A huge THANK YOU to all kids and staff who participated in the weekend, making it another successful camp!

Check out the amazing photos below, or click here to view more on our Facebook page.












World Diabetes Day 2013

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World Diabetes Day 2013

World Diabetes Day is celebrated every year on November 14; in memoriam of the birthday of Dr. Frederick Banting who, in partnership with Dr. Charles Best, is credited with the discovery of insulin in 1922.

World Diabetes Day aims to engage millions of people globally in diabetes awareness. The International Diabetes Federation (IDF) leads the awareness campaign in conjunction with its member associations. Diabetes SA is the member association and peak body for diabetes support and awareness in South Australia.

The theme for World Diabetes Day 2013 is 'protect your future" with the emphasis placed on prevention and promotion of a healthy lifestyle and awareness of risk factors for Diabetes.

International Diabetes Federation

The World Diabetes Day 2013 campaign is encouraging everyone to "Take a Step for Diabetes", engaging people in the diabetes cause by encouraging them to make a symbolic donation of steps accrued through various activities. A step is considered to be any activity that helps promote diabetes awareness, improve the lives of people with diabetes, promote healthy lifestyles or reduce one's individual risk of developing diabetes."

As an organisation Diabetes SA is currently participating in taking as many steps as possible, to find out more or to see if you can help us increase our steps visit

Rundle Street Lantern

This year for the month of November, and with the generous support of the Adelaide City Council, Diabetes SA will light the Rundle Street Lantern up. With an interactive animation that focuses on the international symbol for Diabetes, the blue circle. The South Australian public can help bring focus to diabetes promotion and prevention, by triggering the animation through tweeting @RundleLantern #WDD2013.


Information Stands

Diabetes SA will also have set up some stands in the centre of Rundle Mall Adelaide and Hollywood Plaza Salisbury on 14 November, between 10:00am and 2:00pm. Come visit us to assess your risk of Diabetes. There will be information to take home to family and friends on prevention of Diabetes.

World Diabetes Day Hero


At Diabetes SA we are aiming to recognise as many World Diabetes Day Heroes as we can in 2013.

Are you a positive role model for other people with diabetes? Do you know someone who is active in promoting the diabetes cause or is inspiring others to live a healthy life with diabetes?

You may nominate yourself or another person by sending us a photo of the World Diabetes Day Hero and your story in 50 words or less.

We will post your story on our Facebook page and on Twitter using #WDDHeroes.

Send all stories (including the person's name, and the type of diabetes that they have) to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

By sending us a photo of the World Diabetes Day Hero you are providing permission for us to use it in a public forum.

All information submitted is done so with the understanding that it will be reviewed by Diabetes SA and may be edited prior to publication.

Click here to view the all the World Diabetes Day Heroes.

World Diabetes Day Seminar – For 16-40 year olds

This seminar will focus on life's events and how people with type 1 and type 2 diabetes manage the challenges, milestones and opportunities along the way.

Guest speakers will share their personal experiences of how they have managed their diabetes when facing significant changes; including education, work, travel, and relationships.

An Endocrinologist will provide information regarding diabetes management for young to mid-aged adults, including establishing a diabetes team to suit your needs.

Guest speakers include:

Cathy Freeman – Olympic gold medallist and former Australian of the Year

From gestational to type 2 diabetes, Cathy will share her positive attitude towards living well with type 2 diabetes.

Alexandria Brigden

Diagnosed with type 1 diabetes just 2 years ago, Alex will share her story of being diagnosed with diabetes as an adult and how she deals with diabetes during a working day as a primary school PE teacher.

Nicole Loft

With a busy life involving work, study and travel, Nicole will share her stories on travelling with type 1 diabetes and how she deals with stages of diabetes burnout.

Timothy Ducker

From high school to university and from paediatric to adult diabetes care, Tim has experienced much change in recent years. He will share his story of how he has dealt with these common times of change.

Dr Tilenka Thynne

Dr Thynne will discuss some key aspects of diabetes management as a young adult, including finding an adult diabetes team that is right for you. She will also provide information on preventing future diabetes complications.

When: Thursday 14 November

Time: 6:00pm until 9:00pm

Where: Education Development Centre, 4 Milner Street, Hindmarsh, SA 5007

A light supper will be served at 7pm

Cost: This session is free to NDSS registrants and their families aged between 16 and 40 years living with either type 1 or type 2 diabetes

To book: call 1300 136 588, click here, or email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .


NEW! Jamie's Ministry of Food Cooking Classes — Express your interest today!

We are now seeking expressions of interest from Diabetes SA members to participate in a 7 week cooking course at Jamie's Ministry of Food Pop-Up Kitchen at Noarlunga, exclusively for our members.

Learn how to make delicious, nutritious, simple and affordable meals from scratch through hands on cooking. With an emphasis on fresh produce and nutrition, participants will learn lots of Jamie Oliver's hints, tips and shortcuts along with his incredible recipes. Make better food choices and ultimately live a healthier life! 

What do you need to know about this members-only cooking course: 

  • Two hour weekly cooking class which runs for 7 weeks
  • $20 per person each week or $10 for concession and includes all ingredients, recipes — enjoy the meal you cook in class plus take home two serves to share with family or friends
  • Diabetes SA's Dietitian will attend in weeks 1, 3 and 7 for nutrition education
  • Suitable for people living with type 2 diabetes


Are you interested?

Please get in touch with us with us by email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  or call 1300 198 204 to be placed on a waiting list and to receive more information once available. 

16/11/2016 UPDATE: Please be advised that this course has finished. Follow us on Facebook to stay in touch.

Not a member yet?

Now is a perfect time to become a member and start enjoying members only specials and offers.


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