Published: 10 November, 2022 Monday 14 November 2022 marks World Diabetes Day. This year the campaign specifically focuses on the need for better access to quality diabetes education for people living with diabetes and healthcare workers. The NDSS proudly provides 1.4 million Australian’s living with diabetes access to a variety of free education programs and resources. We are committed to making NDSS diabetes information accessible no matter where you are in Australia, what language you speak or how you like to learn. Our events program runs all year round and includes short webinars and face-to-face workshops that cover comprehensive topics such as blood glucose monitoring, healthy eating, physical activity, emotional wellbeing, minimising your risk of health problems and much more. Our website provides self-paced modules, health and well-being information and resources translated in 26 different languages. Through access to ongoing education, we can empower people living with diabetes to make informed choices and carry out the daily self-care essential to staying healthy. There is a great range of free diabetes education and resources available for NDSS registrants some key programs include: Online programs Face-to-face programs Self-paced learning modules Carb counting Ready set go, let’s move Type 2 diabetes and me Translated resources The NDSS also provides health professionals with access to diabetes education and resources. Health professional support services Registration with the NDSS is free to all eligible individuals living with diabetes, find out how to register here.