People with type 1 diabetes age 21 years and older All people with type 1 diabetes are eligible to apply for access to subsidised CGM and Flash GM products through the NDSS. People with type 1 diabetes aged 21 years and older who hold valid concessional status can access fully subsidised products, that is, no co-payment will be required. If you do not have valid concessional status, or your concessional access ends, you will pay a co-payment when you purchase at a NDSS Access Point (usually a community pharmacy). To be eligible to access subsidised CGM and Flash GM products through the NDSS: the person is expected to benefit clinically from the use of CGM or Flash GM; and the person or family/carer has the willingness and capability to use CGM or Flash GM; and the person or family/carer has the commitment to actively participate in a diabetes management plan which incorporates CGM or Flash GM. Concessional status The required concessional status to access fully subsidised CGM and Flash GM products is consistent with existing NDSS concessional arrangements but excludes the Safety Net Concession Card (SNCC) and the Safety Net Entitlement Card (SNEC) categories. People with type 1 diabetes aged 21 years or older with the following valid concessional types will be eligible for fully subsidised products: Concession types Commonwealth Seniors Health Card (as issued by DHS* or DVA**) Commonwealth Pensioner Concession Card (as issued by DHS or DVA) Commonwealth Health Care Card (as issued by DHS or DVA) DVA Gold Card DVA White Card Identifies as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander person *DHS Department of Human Services**DVA Department of Veterans’ Affairs Find the Continuous and Flash Glucose Monitoring Access form for type 1 diabetes here. Health professionals authorised to certify eligibility Health professionals authorised to assess eligibility and certify (sign) Continuous and Flash Glucose Monitoring Access forms must be actively involved in the management and care of people with type 1 diabetes. These authorised health professionals are registered or credentialled to practice as a: credentialled diabetes educator (CDE) endocrinologist/diabetologist nurse practitioner physician paediatrician General practitioners and practice nurses are not authorised to certify Continuous and Flash Glucose Monitoring forms.