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Diabetes programs

If you are registered with the NDSS you can access a range of free diabetes programs that empower you to make informed choices and manage your diabetes confidently—with support from your health care team.

Our diabetes programs cover topics including, diabetes management and care, food and nutrition, physical activity, mental health and devices and technology.

Our diabetes programs are available in a range of formats to suit your needs.

Face-to-face programsTake the guesswork out of diabetes with group programs run by health professionals. A great opportunity to ask questions about your diabetes and meet other people with diabetes.

Online programsImprove your diabetes knowledge with online live programs run by health professionals. Time is given at the end for you to ask questions about your diabetes.

Pre-recorded webinarsWe have a range of pre-recorded webinars available to watch at anytime from anywhere.

e-learning modulesWe have a range on interactive online e-learning modules available from anywhere at anytime. These free programs can help you make informed choices, manage your diabetes confidently, stay healthy and live well.

Find a face-to-face or online peer support groups

Perhaps you would like to read shared stories from people with similar experiences. Find peer support groups.

To know more…

Find and register for upcoming diabetes face-to-face and online programs. You can also call the NDSS Helpline on 1800 637 700 or contact your local diabetes organisation (NDSS Agent).

You can also book diabetes programs through My NDSS—an easy and secure way to access your NDSS information all in one place online.

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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