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Humphrey Law Health Socks 

Finding the right pair means selecting socks that best meet your needs

There are many different socks that are suitable for people with diabetes. If you haven't developed any type of neuropathy, wear socks that feel most comfortable. Some people with diabetic neuropathy experience dry and cracked skin on the feet. Socks with a soft material may be more comfortable.

If you have poor circulation because of your diabetes, avoid socks that are too tight or that have elastic at the top that may dig into your leg. Diabetes SA's range of Humphrey Law socks provide people with a range of choices, choose from men's regular socks, men's large socks, extra large socks, ladies socks, and specialised foot wear.

Extra Wide and Large Socks

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Extra Wide Fit for broad or swollen feet, ankles or legs. Humphrey Law Health Socks use stretch nylon for a low pressure stretch fit on swollen and broad feet or legs. There is one row of elastane at the top edge of the cuff. It is laid in between the stitches and could be carefully removed without damage to the sock. Members price $12.95*

Specialty Socks

09Stockman Wool Cushion Health Sock

Pure wool cushion inside, nylon outside for durability, no tight elastic comfort top, tapered leg - non slip in boots, high quality, hard wearing, shrink proofed wool with no coarse prickly fibres. Members price $12.95*

10Sport Sock

Regular length for warmth, regular/ankle length stops slipping during intensive sport, Sole: Pure wool cushion inside for bounce and absorbency, heel and toe: wool cushion inside, reinforced outside for wear. Members price $12.95*

11Thermal Sock

Thermal warmth is achieved by long terry loops throughout the inside of the sock, which trap warm air and insulate feet from the cold. Good for cool rooms and cold conditions. Members price $12.95*

12Bed Sock

Super soft thermal bed socks, loops inside to keep sensitive skin dry and warm, long fibre fleece wool on the outside for maximum warmth, slips on easily as there is no heel. Members price $12.95*

13Alpaca Sock

Exceptionally warm socks, Alpaca fibre is soft, supple and smooth and contains microscopic air pockets which are perfect for keeping feet warm. As Alpaca is a luxury fibre these socks are not recommended for high abrasion use such as in work boots. Members price $12.95*

Cotton Socks (Men's)

0195% Mercerised Cotton, Ribbed Socks

Mercerised cotton is more comfortable than common soft cotton. It also has higher strength, abrasion resistance and moisture absorbency. Members price $12.95*

0295% Mercerised Cotton

Cotton cushion sole health socks for year round comfort. Cotton rich for moisture absorption and low odour. Members price $12.95*

0385% Mercerised Cotton

Mercerised cotton is more comfortable than common soft cotton. It also has higher strength, abrasion resistance and moisture absorbency. Members price $12.95*

Cotton Socks (Ladies)

1480% Mercerised Cotton

Mercerised cotton is more comfortable than common soft cotton. It also has higher strength, abrasion resistance and moisture absorbency. Members price $12.25*

1585% Mercerised Cotton

Cotton blend absorbent and breathable. Members price $12.25*

1695% Mercerised Cotton

Mercerised cotton is more comfortable than common soft cotton. It also has higher strength, abrasion resistance and moisture absorbency. Members price $12.25*

Wool Socks (Men's)

0460% Merino Wool

Smooth fit Merino wool blend with extra reinforcing at wear points, for year round comfort. Members price $12.95*

0560% Merino Wool

Australian Merino Wool - the comfort factor exceeds 98% so it will not prickle or itch. Members price $12.95*

0660% Merino Wool

No elastic comfort top, soft stretch Merino blend, long wearing, for sensitive feet, stay up without restricting circulation. Members price $12.95*

0770% Merino Wool

Pure Merino wool cushion sole for a luxurious comfort. Foot has nylon outer layer for long life. Members price $12.95*

0895% Merino Wool

A high wool content provides warmth in winter, insulation and odour resistance in summer. Members price $12.95*

Wool Socks (Ladies)

17a60% Merino Wool

A high wool content provides warmth in winter, insulation and odour resistance in summer. Members price $12.25*

17b60% Merino Wool (Patterns)

HL87C05-thumb70% Merino Wool

Pure Merino wool cushion sole for a luxurious comfort. Foot has nylon outer layer for long life. Members price $12.25*

Diabetes SA members save up to 32%

*Specials only available to Diabetes SA members. Valid from 1 July 2017 - 31 October 2017 unless sold out prior. Discount derived from the difference between member special offer and non-member pricing. 

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Media Release – National Diabetes Week 9–5 July 2017

July 2017

DIABETES: HAVING REGULAR HEALTH CHECKS CAN PREVENT DIABETES RELATED COMPLICATIONS

National Diabetes Week (9 – 15 July) aims to raise awareness of diabetes.

There are more than 103,000 South Australians diagnosed with diabetes, yet many people remain uninformed about the importance of the annual cycle of care for optimal diabetes management.

During 2017 National Diabetes Week, Diabetes SA is launching a campaign to increase the awareness and greater understanding of diabetes in the community.

The 2017 National Diabetes Week campaign promotes the following key messages:

  • Know your risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
  • Have a health check and improve your understanding of what the numbers signify and how they relate to your diabetes management.
  • Looking after your diabetes is important for your long-term health and can reduce the risk of diabetes-related complications..

To support the campaign, the following resources are available:

Each year, Diabetes SA holds a seminar as part of National Diabetes Week. The theme for 2017 is Diabetes Behind Closed Doors, with expert speakers discussing diabetes-related complications related to continence, sexual health, and sleep problems. This seminar is free to all people registered with National Diabetes Services Scheme (NDSS) and takes place on Saturday 8 July 2017 at the Adelaide Convention Centre (bookings essential).

For more information about National Diabetes Week, visit www.diabetessa.com.au, or find Diabetes SA on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Google+.

Diabetes SA is a non-profit member-based association. Our mission is to educate, advocate, support and fund research that provides better outcomes for people at risk or living with diabetes.

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For further information please contact
Fiona Benton
General Manager Diabetes SA
T: (08) 8354 5833
E: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
W: www.diabetessa.com.au

 
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A final farewell

The vision to build a long term sustainable income stream saw the Association venture into unchartered territory through the formation of a partnership with Savers Australia some seven years ago.

Starting out with a unique brand, an ambassador in Amanda Blair the former 5AA announcer and our iconic blue bag we set about to provide a routine and convenient service to households enabling people to donate their unwanted goods to Diabetes SA. Starting originally in the metropolitan area this was later expanded to country/regional areas as demand increased

Parallel to this Savers opened their first store at Noarlunga in 2011, and then two further stores followed in 2013 (Modbury) and in 2015 (Kilburn). Product supply increased and this required Diabetes SA to create new collection strategies to manage demand by Savers.

It was during this time that the Donate and Educate programs were developed and saw the Association partner with pre-schools, schools, work places to provide a blue bin to collect donations and later with real estate and moving and storage companies and dry cleaners. The support and generosity afforded to the Association has been overwhelming with over 4,000,000 kilos of donated items collected as we travelled the many thousands of kilometres of this wonderful state. We have certainly been privileged to work with so many generous people during our time and it really does amplify the generosity that exists in the South Australian community.

Whilst our clothing collection journey now ends we would hope that you continue to support the work of the Association in raising awareness of diabetes and in supporting all people living with diabetes in South Australia.

From the Board of Management and Staff at Diabetes SA — thank you for your support.

To our clothing collection staff, thank you for your hard work and dedication.

As one of our regular donors commented: "The customer service was impeccable, friendly, helpful and courteous. Nothing was too much trouble. I will always remember this as a reliable and punctual service and that the items donated have assisted the Association in some small way."

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Above: Members Rob and Jane Smitheram with Scott Mates, Clothing Collection Manager

 
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Mental Health Professionals’ Network, Adelaide Diabetes & Mental Health Network Meeting

"Diabetes Burn Out" and how to re-engage with patients within the mental health stepped care plan

mhpn-logoThis network event is open to all GPs and mental health professionals & agencies working in the area. Members are encouraged to invite a colleague to join the network and attend this meeting.

This session will include case presentations where patients in the emergency department with chronic illness, in particular diabetes, have reached "burn out" or the point of no longer feeling motivated to address their chronic disease. Sharon will provide an overview of the steps involved in re-engaging such patients in addressing their chronic disease, as well as local referral pathways and services available as part of the mental health stepped care approach.

Sharon will also discuss how to identify at risk groups – signs to look for, and how practitioners can help to prevent burn out and ending up in health crisis / the emergency department.

The session will also include an interactive case study session where attendees will work in small groups to discuss cases and feedback how they would address such situations with their patients/clients.

Guest Speaker 

  • Sharon Brown – Credentialed Mental Health Nurse, Mental Health Team Leader at Flinders Hospital Emergency (click here for more details).

Coordinators

  • Cindy Tolba – Accredited Pharmacist & Credentialled Diabetes Educator
  • Fiona Benton – General Manager, Diabetes SA
  • Anne Fleming – Health Services Manager, Diabetes SA

Event details

  • Date: Monday, 7 August 2017
  • Time: 5:45 pm for 2.25 hours

Agenda 

  • 5:45pm – 6:20pm: Networking and refreshments, welcome and housekeeping
  • 6:20pm – 7:00pm: Case study presentations
  • 7:00pm – 8:00pm: Interactive case study discussions and feedback to the group
  • 8:00pm: Meeting close

More information

  • Venue: Diabetes SA 159 Sir Donald Bradman Drive Hilton SA 5033
  • Parking at rear of the building is available, or there is plenty of on street parking.
  • Access by the door on Sir Donald Bradman Drive.
  • Catering: Refreshments will be provided.

RSVP essential

  • Register: to MHPN Project Officer, Angela Miller: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it 03 8662 6643
  • Click here for more details
 
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Urgent medical device recall for product correction

No product return is required
MiniMed® 640G Insulin Infusion Pump (ARTG 95763)
Temporary Unresponsive Keypad

Medtronic, in consultation with the TGA is initiating a Recall for Product Correction (TGA Reference number RC-2017-RN-00661-1) for its MiniMed 640G insulin pumps. Please note that pumps are not being recalled from the market.

The purpose of this article is to inform you of a rare and temporary condition potentially affecting some of users' MiniMed 640G insulin pump. We do ask that you read the important information below to help you understand when this situation might happen, and how it can be resolved. Medtronic are proactively providing this information to patients who currently have a MiniMed 640G series insulin pump, as well.

How does the keypad become temporarily unresponsive?

Keypad buttons on the MiniMed 640G series insulin pumps may become temporarily unresponsive when the atmospheric pressure around the pump increases or decreases rapidly. This would most likely happen when traveling in an airplane during take-off or landing. If this happens, in most cases a patient may not even notice because the pump will resolve this on its own.

How will patients notice if this happens to their pump?

During this temporary situation, a button may be too difficult to press down or a button can look like it is pressed and stuck in that position.

If patients notice the keypad buttons are difficult to press down, the pump will continue to deliver basal insulin. They may not be able to program a bolus or suspend delivery as the buttons temporarily will not press down, but this will resolve on its own, usually within 30 minutes.

If a button is stuck in a pressed position, after three (3) minutes a "Stuck Button" alarm is triggered which suspends insulin delivery (including basal insulin). Patients may not be able to clear the alarm as the keypad is unresponsive. In the rare situation where this continues for more than ten (10) minutes, the pump will begin to siren.

Once the alarm is triggered and insulin is suspended, patients will be unable to program a bolus or resume insulin delivery until the alarm is cleared.

The above could theoretically result in hypo or hyper glycaemia - close monitoring is advised and use of emergency kit insulin or disconnection of device may be required.

What should patients do if this happens to their pump?

If patients experience this temporary keypad condition, and want to resolve it immediately to bolus or clear the alarm, they have to remove the battery cap from the pump and then place it back on.

PLEASE NOTE: Patients should have a fresh new AA battery available in case their pump prompts to insert a new battery.

What if I have more questions?

If you have other questions or concerns, you can find an FAQ and a copy of the patient letter, click here.

 
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And the winners are...

winners-are-grinners-2017Thank you to all Diabetes SA members supporters who took part in the 2017 Winners Are Grinners Lottery.

The draw took place on Friday 9 June 2017 at Diabetes SA at 1pm and the following tickets were the winners: 

2017 Winners Are Grinners Lottery:

First prize VW POLO 66TSI Trendline DSG auto, VALUED AT $23,169
Ticket number: 69989 

Second prize NZ CRUISE 13 night New Zealand Cruise for 2 people with Princess Cruises VALUED AT $5,399
Ticket number: 48875

Third prize $1,000 Westfield Voucher
Ticket number: 49566

Early Bird prize $1,000 – returned a complete sold book by 7 April 2017
Book number: 2543

VIP prize $1,000 – returned a pre-ordered, complete sold book
Book number: 1840

Congratulations to all of the lucky winners!

Join our VIP list

Increase your chances of winning by entering our VIP list

  • To avoid disappointment don't forget to register as a VIP for our next lottery commencing in August 2017.
  • Would you like to receive a number of books and get your workplace, sports or community club involved? Call 8354 5812 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Join our VIP list

Licence No M13253. Number of tickets 70,000. Conducted by Diabetes SA. Proceeds in aid of information, support and education. Drawn 1.00pm Friday 9 June 2017 at Diabetes SA. Results published in The Advertiser on Wednesday 14 June 2017.

 

 
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