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Tongan – lea faka-Tonga

Talitali lelei koe ki he fakamatala felāve‘i mo e mahaki suká

Ko e fakamatalá ‘oku lava ke hiki mai ia mei he ‘initanetí pē ke paaki.

Te ke lava ‘o telefoni ki he Laine Tokoni ‘a e Sēvesi Fakafonua ki he Polokalama Suká (NDSS Helpline) ‘i he fika 1800 637 700 ‘o kole ha’o tatau e fakamatalá ke ‘oatu kiate koe. Te ke toe lava foki ‘o lea ki ha tokotaha mataotao he mo‘ui leleí felāve‘i mo ho suká.

Kole ki ho‘o toketā pē ko ho‘o tokotaha faiako ki he suká ke lesisita koe he Sēvesi Fakafonua ki he Polokalama Suká (NDSS). ‘E lava eni ‘o tokoni kiate koe ‘i ho‘o tokanga‘i lelei ‘a ho suká.

‘Oku ke fiema‘u ha tokotaha fakatonulea ke talanoa ki he Laine Tokoni ‘a e Sēvesi Fakafonua ki he Polokalama Suká (NDSS Helpline)?

Te ke lava ‘o telefoni ki he Sēvesi Liliu Lea pea mo Fakatonuleá (TIS) ‘i he fika 131 450. Tala ki ai ho’o lea fakafonuá. Talitali ke fakahoko koe ki he tokotaha fakatonuleá, pea ke toki kole ange e fika 1800 637 700

Welcome to your diabetes information.

Information is available to download or to print.

You can call the NDSS Helpline on 1800 637 700 to ask for a copy to be sent to you. You can also call to speak to a health professional about your diabetes.

Ask your doctor or diabetes educator to register you on the NDSS. This can help you manage your diabetes.

Do you need an interpreter to talk to the NDSS Helpline?

You can call the Translating and Interpreting Service (TIS) on 131 450. State your language. Wait to be connected to an interpreter, then ask for 1800 637 700.

Type 2 diabetes – Suka kalasi 2 pe suka kai

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Management and care – Levaʻi mo hono tokangaʻí

Mapule‘i e tōlalo ‘o e suka

Suká mo e faka‘ulí: ko ha fakahinohino vave

Emotional health – Moʻuilelei fakaeongo 

Food and nutrition – Meʻakaí mo e iví fakameʻatokoní

Ko e ngaahi fokotu‘u fakakaukau ki he me‘akai mo‘ui lelei

Siofi ʻo e kapohaituletí: ko ha kiʻi fakahinohino nounou faka-Tonga

Ngaahi tokoni vave: ki ha feimeʻatokoni faka-Tonga moʻuilelei ange

Physical activity – Ngaungaue ʻa e sinó 

Diabetes Australia acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the Traditional Owners and Custodians of this Country. We recognise their connection to land, waters, winds and culture. We pay the upmost respect to them, their cultures and to their Elders, past and present. We are committed to improving health outcomes for all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people affected by diabetes and those at risk.

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