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World Health Day 2017

Depression, let's talk

depressionWorld Health Day is observed on 7 April and this year is focused on discussing the impact of depression.

The World Health Organisation issued a media release, stating that depression is the leading cause of ill health and disability worldwide. According to the latest estimates from WHO, more than 300 million people are now living with depression, an increase of more than 18% between 2005 and 2015. Lack of support for people with mental disorders, coupled with a fear of stigma, prevent many from accessing the treatment they need to live healthy, productive lives.

The campaign essentials include factsheets, posters, statements and videos. Click here to find out more.

We encourage everyone to join in and start the conversation in your family and community. Follow Diabetes SA on Facebook and Twitter for more updates.

Diabetes and emotional well-being 

Did you know?

  • Almost one in five Australian adults will be affected by mental illness each year.
  • The risk of depression is doubled in people with diabetes.
  • Teenagers and the elderly with diabetes are at a higher risk of developing depression.
  • Emotional well-being is an essential part of living a healthy life and managing diabetes.
  • The everyday demands of managing diabetes can impact on a person's emotional well-being, which may lead to diabetes related distress, diabetes burnout or depression.

Supporting people living with diabetes

Diabetes SA provides a range of information resources for people with diabetes to help them learn how diabetes can affect their emotional well-being and what support services there are available.

Click here to find out more. 

Diabetes and psychological well-being

In the 'Understanding Diabetes Complications' webcast, recorded as part of National Diabetes Week seminar, Miriam Henke, a Psychologist, presented some very important information about diabetes and psychological well-being. Miriam discussed diabetes and grief, anxiety, depression, shame and guilt, the pressure of diabetes self-management and the support that is available to people living with diabetes and these issues.

Click here to visit the Online Learning Platform and view all recorded segments.

Click here to find out about Supporting the relationship between mind and body, an article written by Miriam Henke, a Health Psychologist, originally published in Living Magazine — November 2016.

Resources

Peer support is an effective supplement to health professional support; there is strong evidence to indicate that peer support can improve mental health and well-being outcomes for people with diabetes.

The NDSS (National Diabetes Services Scheme) developed the following resources:

  • Diabetes and Emotional Health: A handbook and toolkit for health professionals supporting adults with type 1 or type 2 diabetes
  • Emotional health and diabetes information fact sheets
  • Diabetes peer support in Australia: A national survey report

Click here to find out more.

Also available are:

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