Information and resources to support you in assisting people with diabetes.
Health workforce education program
These learning modules provide information about the NDSS and the benefits of registration
Enhance your diabetes knowledge
Discover webinars for healthcare providers
Talking about diabetes
Short videos for the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health workforce
Help people understand, engage with and improve their health targets
NDSS Health Professional Portal
Quicker registration for people with diabetes.
Find out more
For the registration of people with diabetes and continued management of diabetes with the NDSS.
Health professional programs
Programs to help you strengthen your knowledge and understanding of diabetes.
NDSS posters and flyers on a range of topics for you to print and put up in your workplace.
Health professional resources
Resources to help you strengthen your knowledge and understanding of diabetes.
CGM and Flash GM access
Applying for access to subsidised CGM and Flash GM products through the NDSS.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health workforce
Working inresidential aged care
Home Care Providers
Diabetes and feet toolkit
A practical toolkit for health professionals caring for people with diabetes-related foot disease and diabetes-related foot ulcers.
These learning modules for health professionals provide information about the NDSS and the benefits of registration.
Short videos to update or refresh diabetes knowledge for the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health workforce.
Diabetes management in aged care
Resources for staff who support those living with diabetes in residential aged care facilities.
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New NDSS resources for Home Care Providers
The NDSS provides a range of resources to support those caring for older people with diabetes. New resources are now…
Access key statistics for all types of diabetes.
If you’re interested in conducting research into diabetes using NDSS data.
How to apply to become an Access Point.
Go to healthdirect to find a diabetes health service or diabetes health professional on their website.
Go to Australian Diabetes Educators Association to find a Credentialled Diabetes Educator (CDE) on their website.
Call Dietitians Australia on 1800 812 942 or you can find an Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD) on their website.
Go to Exercise and Sports Science Australia to find an accredited exercise physiologist on their website.
Resources to support people with diabetes
Information on a range of topics for people with diabetes to self-manage their diabetes.
Access to diabetes information in multiple languages
Access a range of diabetes information in 26 languages.
Free access to diabetes programs
Learn to manage diabetes confidently with free diabetes programs, available face-to-face and online.
Access to peer support
Meet and connect with peers who share common experiences about diabetes.
An easy and secure way to access NDSS information online and in one place. Manage bookings for support programs. View product purchase history.
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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.