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Thank you to all who gave so generously to our recent appeal

DSA-Digital-WEBs-250px-1BYour donation will help researchers, like Dr Rebecca Thomson, to continue to investigate the cause of an alarming rise in type 1 diabetes in children.

It's only thanks to the commitment and generosity of our supporters that we've been able to help fund research like Dr Thomson's.

Dr Thomson is hopeful that by following pregnant women and babies who have a close relationship to someone with type 1 diabetes, she will discover what is behind this concerning trend.

As a result of your wonderful support $72,237 was raised which is essential to helping us to conduct research, to look for ways to prevent diabetes, and hopefully, one day, to find a cure. This exceeded our target of $57,805.

This is all Eliza ever hoped for in asking for your help, knowing people were as passionate as she is about research which is crucial to the future of type 1 diabetes.

'It's everything to me, the hope for one day having a cure. For my future kids, for my sister, who has just tested positive to the antibodies. I don't want to watch anyone I love go through this as well. Nobody wants to see kids getting diagnosed.'

Once again the organisation would like to thank everyone for their incredible support and we look forward to keeping you informed of the progress of this project.


Diabetes SA Photography Project

We would like to extend an invitation to our members and community to be part of a photography shoot for material used throughout Diabetes SA. This may include awareness campaigns, annual report, Living magazine, website content etc. Click here to find out more.

Registering your interest

Thank you to all who registered their interest. We will notify successful participants of their involvement in the photo session by Thursday 26 July.


Diabetes SA's 2018 National Diabetes Week Seminar

'Person Centred Care'

On Saturday 7 July Diabetes SA held the annual National Diabetes Week Seminar at the Adelaide Convention Centre in the City Rooms 1, 2 & 3.
This year's seminar theme was 'Person Centred Care' where topics such as the stomach, wound healing and meal planning was discussed.

The event was opened by Diabetes SA's Executive Manager Fiona Benton, where guests were introduced to Professor Michael Horowitz, leader of the National Health and Medical Research Council, Centre of Research Excellence in Translating Nutritional Science to Good Health who shared his expert knowledge on the stomach and diabetes.

Professor Horowitz discussed both the impact of diabetes on the stomach and how the stomach affects the management of diabetes. Medications used in diabetes management which work in the stomach were discussed and explained the effect of post prandial blood glucose levels. He also provided a brief explanation about gastroparesis (slowing of gastric emptying) which often comes hand in hand with diabetes.

After Professor Horowitz's presentation, we invited Dr Christina Bursill, Co-Director of the Vascular Research Centre at the South Australian Health and Medical Research and Senior Research Fellow at the University of Adelaide, to discuss the latest evidence on diabetes and wound healing.

Dr Bursill discussed some complications associated with diabetes and the impact diabetes has on would healing. She explored HDL and LDL cholesterol, and through research explained how HDL can improve wound healing. She described that the HDL helps by increasing blood supply to the affected area, which also increases the oxygen, causing the would to heal quicker. Dr. Bursill is now undertaking a human trial, as previous studies have been on mice and vitro.

Then it was time for morning tea. During morning tea, guests were invited to enjoy some delicious options of seasonal fruits with yoghurt, vegetable crudités with hummus and spinach and goat cheese frittatas, which were very popular.

Guests were also invited to have a look at the variety of display stalls available out in the foyer from the Podiatry team at Uni SA, Blood Glucose meter representatives from several companies and a research group for Intestinal Nutrient Sensing from SAHMRI.

Diabetes SA's stall was well attended with guests having the opportunity to meet staff and collect relevant resources, especially with regards to our new and exciting education programs that have just been launched. There were also representatives from our membership team available to answer questions and provide information on the benefits of membership with Diabetes SA.

After morning tea, we invited our very own Accredited Practicing Dietitian Claire Oliver, to bring her expertise with a session on creating your own healthy eating plan. Claire explored common challenges and discussed some practical tips in meal planning, shopping and preparing nutritious healthy meals for yourself and the family to enjoy.

Feedback from the 2018 National Diabetes Week Seminar was extremely positive with many guests verbally saying that the speakers were engaging and informative. Thank you to all that attended the seminar, we really hope you enjoyed it.







Click here to see photos.

Click here to visit Online Learning Platform. This seminar has been recorded and will be available as an online webcast.


Important Medtronic Guardian Connect Update

Medtronic has announced an issue which affects people using the Guardian Connect continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) system.

Medtronic has advised that there is a potential connectivity issue, which requires everyone using the Guardian Connect system to update to version 3.2.2 of the Guardian Connect app as soon as possible.

The identified issue relates to Apple iOS 11.3 & 11.4 that can sometimes prevent people using the Guardian Connect system from receiving a 'Lost Communication' alert when the app is closed by the iPhone's operating system in certain situations.

This means that in certain situations the operating system may close the Guardian Connect app without alerting the user that the app is no longer running or communicating with the Guardian Connect Transmitter. If the app is closed, people using the Guardian Connect system will not receive alerts that could be associated with hypoglycaemic or hyperglycaemic events.

Medtronic also advise that people using the Guardian Connect system periodically check that the app is still running and be especially mindful when running several applications at once.

If you are using the Guardian Connect system you will have received an email from Medtronic advising you of what you will need to do next. If you have not received this email, please contact Medtronic by calling 1800 777 808.

You can find more information by visiting

If you have any questions or concerns about this update, please contact Medtronic on 1800 777 808.


Celebrating 65 years of service to the community

2018-July-LivingWho would have thought that from one person’s suggestion in 1952 such an organisation would grow, but it just shows you the power of purpose, influence and great timing.

From quite humble beginnings we have grown, stretched, contracted, and grown again to become what we are today.

An organisation that prides itself on supporting all people living with diabetes in South Australia. Much is owed to the hard working and dedicated individuals that came before us and who paved the way, gave their time voluntarily, worked long hours, experienced success and the many failures but remained focused on their purpose.

To provide an organisation for the benefit of and service to diabetics and others interested in diabetes, to promote the study of the causes and treatments thereof, and the diffusion of information concerning diabetes.

This was later amended to read:

To provide an organisation for the benefit of and service to diabetics without discrimination as to race, colour or creed, without regard to their means or ability to pay and whether or not those persons are members of the Association.

Today we are no different, our vision and mission may have changed but we still embody the original purpose.

As I reflect on where the Association has come from I am filled with great optimism as to where we are headed in this next phase of our existence. With a team of hard working individuals who are passionate and committed to not only improving the lives of people living with diabetes but now equally driven to make a difference for those at risk, I look forward to what is in store in our next 5-year period. I hope you do as well.

Thank you to our members, donors, supporters, volunteers, staff, suppliers and partners for all your support.

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Angelique Pasalidis, CEO Diabetes SA

Diabetes SA has been delivering services to people with diabetes and their families since 1953.

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And the winners are...

Thank you to all Diabetes SA members and supporters who took part in the 2018 Winners Are Grinners Lottery.

The draw took place on Friday 29 June 2018 at 1pm at 118 Richmond Road, Marleston SA and the following tickets were the winners:


2018 Winners Are Grinners Lottery

First prize $20,000 cash
Ticket number: 10229

Second prize $3,000 cash
Ticket number: 4586

Third prize $1,000 Woolworths Voucher
Ticket number: 8049

Early Bird prize $1,000 cash – purchased 6 tickets by 25 May 2018
Ticket number: 1463

VIP prize $1,000 cash – current VIP who purchased 6 tickets
Ticket number: 5693

Congratulations to all of the lucky winners!

Join our VIP list

Stand by for the next exciting Diabetes SA lottery with details to be announced shortly.

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 October 2018.
  • Would you like to receive a number of books and get your workplace, sports or community club involved? Call 8234 1977 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Licence No M13479. Number of tickets 24,000. Conducted by Diabetes SA. Proceeds in aid of information, support and education. Drawn 1.00pm 29 June 2018 at 118 Richmond Road Marleston SA. Results published in the Advertiser on 4 July 2018. For terms and conditions, please click here. Prizes not transferable or redeemable for cash. 


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