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Diabetes SA Healthe-News – October 2016 Social Media

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October 2016

Hi,

Welcome to the October edition of Healthe-News, covering the latest news and upcoming events. Whether you have been recently diagnosed or have had diabetes for a while, we're here to help you take steps to learn about what you need to know so that you can independently manage your diabetes.

World Diabetes Day 2016 — Eyes on diabetes

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World Diabetes Day is celebrated every year on November 14. The theme for 2016 'Eyes on Diabetes' focuses on the importance of early screening for type 2 diabetes to reduce the risk of diabetes-related complications from occurring.

Click here to find out more about World Diabetes Day 2016.

Join Diabetes SA this WDD

World Diabetes Day Rundle Mall — Meet Diabetes SA at Rundle Mall on Monday 14 November 2016.

To help raise the community's awareness of the prevention of type 2 diabetes, this year Diabetes SA's Health Services Team are heading to Rundle Mall to hand out the Australian Type 2 Diabetes Risk (AusDrisk) Assessment Tool for everyone to calculate their own risk.

If you're in the city on this day, please come along and say hello; our health services team will be on hand if you have any diabetes-related questions.

Event details

  • Where: Rundle Mall, near Stephens Place
  • When: Monday 14 November 2016
  • Time: 8.30am – 2.00pm

World Diabetes Day Seminar

WDD16-seminarThis year, Diabetes SA will be celebrating World Diabetes Day with a seminar for people living with type 1 diabetes. The seminar will be held at the Adelaide Convention Centre, on Monday November 14 2016, and will focus on the latest "Research and Innovations in Diabetes Management".

Guest speakers

Professor Toby Coates will discuss the latest research into islet cell transplantation and ways of protecting transplanted pancreatic beta cells from destruction by the body's own immune system.

Professor Nikolai Petrovsky will present the latest research into nutrition therapy, especially with regards to inulin fibre and the management of type 1 diabetes.

Professor Jennifer Couper will then discuss her latest research into the prevention of type 1 diabetes and how environmental factors can impact the development of type 1 diabetes.

In addition there will be trade displays that show what is currently available in Australia for people living with type 1 diabetes.

Event details

  • Where: Adelaide Convention Centre, Riverbank Room 4
  • When: Monday 14 November 2016
  • Time: 6.00pm – 9.00pm. Light refreshments served from 6.00pm
  • Cost: Free to all NDSS Registrants and their families
  • Suitable for people with type 1 diabetes
  • Bookings are essential as spots are limited

Click here for more information and booking.

Join Diabetes SA in promoting this year's WDD

For more information about our 2016 campaign, like us on Facebook and join the conversation.

Upcoming education sessions

food-labelsImprove your knowledge and skills on various diabetes topics which can assist you with your self-management of your diabetes.

We would like to invite you to the following education sessions:

FREE sessions for Diabetes SA members

Expert Series

Bookings to all education sessions are essential, to book:

Follow us on Facebook and Twitter for more updates about upcoming events.

New webcast available

Understanding Diabetes Complications

Diabetes SA is proud to offer a selection of our education seminars and sessions online, including the recording of the 'Understanding Diabetes Complications' from 16 July 2016.

Learn all about diabetes and your heart with Cardiologist Dr Matthew Worthley, diabetes and your digestive system with Gastroenterologist Dr Chris Rayner and diabetes and mental wellbeing with Psychologist Miriam Henke.

Click here to watch the webcast online.

Click here to see photos from the event.

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Diabetes: fitting in with you life

Youth and Transitions Guide

A guide about all things diabetes for young adults living with type 1 and type 2 diabetes and their family and friends. 

Diabetes SA is excited to release our latest publication 'Diabetes: fitting in with your life'. This easy to read book is ideal for young adults who are newly diagnosed or those just looking to brush up on their knowledge.

The topics covered in this guide are based on interviews and discussions with young adults and teenagers living with diabetes in South Australia. This has been an important collaboration between Diabetes SA and people living with diabetes and therefore provides a collection of personal stories, helpful hints, professional advice and national guidelines.

Click here for more information.

Call 08 8234 1977 to order your copy, or email healthservices@diabetessa.com.au

Managing diabetes in an emergency

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Prepare for the bushfire season and other emergencies

In the event of a natural disaster, diabetes management can deteriorate both during and after a disaster. Research shows that blood glucose levels can increase following a disaster event. Planning ahead reduces the risk of diabetes-related infections and life-threatening situations.

Helpful resources have been developed by the Disaster Planning and Management National Development Programme and this includes an emergency kit checklist and information on other important items for your diabetes emergency kit.

Click here to find out more about 'My diabetes Emergency Plan' and 'Diabetes Emergency Kit'.

Latest news in health and diabetes

We finally know how dogs sniff out diabetes

diabetesdogMedical detection dogs are marvellous at saving lives by acting as an early warning sign for hypoglycaemia.

But how do they actually do this? For the first time scientists from the University of Cambridge in the UK think they now know and the results may surprise you.

Click here for more information.

Walking an extra 1000 steps a day boosts health of children with type 1 diabeteskids-walking

Researchers from the University of Adelaide and Women's and Children's Hospital have discovered that walking an extra 1,000 steps a day can help children with type 1 diabetes improve their cardiovascular health.

It is the first time a link has been found between a daily step count and early signs of cardiovascular risk in children.

Click here for more information.

Exercise & physical therapy for neuropathy

people-exercisingPeripheral neuropathy (PN) is nerve damage caused by chronically high blood glucose and diabetes.

It leads to numbness, loss of sensation, and sometimes pain in your feet, legs, or hands. Research has shown that strengthening exercises for peripheral neuropathy moderately improve muscle strength in people with PN.

This comprehensive physical activity routine shows various exercises with pictures but please consult your doctor before commencing.

Click here for more information.

Research opportunities

'Writing for health' study

Do you find it therapeutic to write down your thoughts and feelings? Research has shown writing may have positive health benefits for some people with medical conditions.

For this reason, you are invited to participate in a research study into diabetes and writing exercises. 'Writing for health' is an online programme for people with type 1 or type 2 diabetes involving simple writing exercises online. 

Click here for more information.

Diabetes SA articles



Membership news

diabetes-sa-hilton-shopTurn to us

We are here to support you on your health journey and to make a positive difference to the lives of people affected by diabetes by providing Information, clinic Education, Support and products.

Click here for a full list of all the benefits of being a member with Diabetes SA.

Do you have a recognised concession card or private health insurance?

Membership fees are subsidised for those with a recognised concession card and if you have private health insurance we recommend you call your provider to ascertain your level of cover as most funds do cover the full or part cost of membership to Diabetes SA.

Click here to find out more.

Are your details up to date?

The majority of our communication is currently by mail although this is becoming increasingly expensive and not as effective as alternative methods.

Our preferred means of communication is email; it saves time and money and means we can manage your queries quickly. We will also use SMS and phone on occasions. To help us communicate with you in this way please ensure we have your current email address and/or mobile number by completing your change of details using the below link.

Click here to update your details.

Living Magazine November

2016-Living-NovemberIf you are a Diabetes SA member, keep an eye on your letterbox in November as your favourite magazine Living will arrive.

November edition highlights include:

  • Keeping your medications safe
  • Low down on protein
  • Diabetes and alcohol
  • Ancient grains
  • Five delicious recipes o try

Click here to become a member today to receive the latest issue of Living.

Help us with fundraising

Sunday Mail City-Bay Fun Run 2016: Getting over the finish line

We would like to aknowledge the amazing fundraising effort of the Sunday Mail City-Bay Diabetes SA team members, who walked, ran and challenged themselves, all to support people living with diabetes in South Australia.

Click here to find out what motivated them to reach out to the wider community and support Diabetes SA. Would you like to get involved next year? Email us for more information.

Click here to make a donation.

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Click here to see photos and videos from the event.

Would you like to turn $2.00 into $20,000 and know your contribution is helping someone?

live-it-up-2015-logoDiabetes SA conducts two lotteries a year, to raise funds to support the Association in raising awareness of diabetes and its impact, provide education, information and support programs for people living with diabetes, as well as providing fulfilling and often life changing experiences for children through the provision of childrens camps and activities.

All you have to do is purchase a ticket/book in our Live it up lottery to go into the draw to win $20,000. Drawn 9 December 2016. Only $2.00 a ticket or $20.00 a book, will assist us to fund future services, as well as your chance to win $20,000. Thank you for helping us to help others.

Click here to buy your ticket online.

Providing life changing experience

Did you know that Diabetes SA has been providing a camping experience for children with diabetes since 1956? The impact on children attending camps cannot be under estimated, it is lifelong. Camp is where children develop a sense of belonging, achievement and knowledge.

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Click here to find out more about the camps and how you can help us continue to provide these invaluable experiences for children living with diabetes. 

Clothing Collection news

Is spring cleaning on your agenda?

donate-DiabetesSAWhen it comes to spring cleaning, why not make it a family challenge? There are many ways in which you can donate your pre-loved goods to Diabetes SA and make a difference to people with diabetes.

Click here to find out more.

Have a look how easy it is to donate your pre-loved items at one of our Attended Donation Centres. Please make sure you visit us during our business hours so we can look after your donation.

Click here to find out more.

Get your workplace involved

A big 'thank you' goes to Business SA who have become involved in our Workplace Program and engaged their staff to make a valued contribution.

Our latest program involves partnering with businesses to facilitate a collection drive where staff and customers can donate pre-loved items in a blue bin located in the office. It's a convenient way for people to donate, with the items collected by Diabetes SA.

Click here to find out more.

Retail specials

Members save 35% off on Humphrey Law Health Socks

Keep your feet happy and healthy, take advantage of this member-only offer while it lasts. Humphrey Law Health Socks have no tight elastic and are suitable even for broad feet.

Click here to shop online our Humphrey Law Sock range for people with diabetes. Offer available to Diabetes SA members, until 1 November 2016 unless sold out earlier.

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*Offer available to Diabetes SA members, until 1 November 2016 unless sold out earlier.

Savings on sharps containers

Save up to 50% off on selected sharps containers. This offer will be available for Diabetes SA members from 1 November 2016 to 28 February 2016.

Click here and follow us on Facebook for more updates about the latest specials.

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