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Diabetes SA Healthe-News – October 2017 - Social media

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October 2017

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Welcome to the fourth edition of Healthe-News, covering information about World Diabetes Day, upcoming education sessions, and more.

Diabetes SA now has a new number! Contact Diabetes SA on 1300 198 204 for all your diabetes, membership, fundraising, education booking and product order needs. The number can be accessed from anywhere in South Australia with all calls answered by Diabetes SA.

Don't forget you can still qualify for the Early Bird Draw in 2017 Live it Up Lottery, simply return your complete sold book by Friday 20 October.

world-diabetes-dayWorld Diabetes Day 2017

This year's theme focuses on women who are currently living with diabetes and the need to promote affordable and equitable access to essential diabetes medicines and technologies, self-management education and information they require to achieve optimal diabetes outcomes.

Click here to find out more.

rundle-mallWorld Diabetes Day — Rundle Mall

Meet Diabetes SA at Rundle Mall on Tuesday 14 November 2017.

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 Novo Shoes
  • When: Tuesday 14 November 2017
  • Time: 8.30am to 2.00pm

Click here to find out more.

WDD16-seminarWorld Diabetes Day Seminar

This year Diabetes SA will mark World Diabetes Day with a seminar for people living with type 1 diabetes which will focus on the latest research and innovations in diabetes management.

Event details

  • Where: City Rooms 1 & 2, Adelaide Convention Centre, North Terrace, Adelaide
  • When: Tuesday 14 November 2017
  • Time: 6.00pm to 9.00pm. Light refreshments served from 6pm
  • Cost: Free to all NDSS Registrants and their families. Suitable for people with type 1 diabetes and their families

Booking is essential as numbers are limited

Click here to book online.

Upcoming education sessions

diabetes-managementImprove 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:

Bookings for all education sessions are essential, to book:

Webcast available — Diabetes Behind Closed Doors

Diabetes SA's National Diabetes Week Seminar for 2017 is "Diabetes Behind Closed Doors" discussed: Diabetes, continence and women's health with Urogynaecologist Dr Ian Tucker; Diabetes, continence and sexual health with Urologist Dr Kim Pese; Diabetes and sleep with Sleep Scientist Dr Siobhan Banks; and Nutrition-based studies in diabetes with Gastroenterologist Dr Chris Rayner.

Click here to watch the webcast online.

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Making the most of your membership

making-most-membershipSetting and achieving your health goals

Setting goals can help provide you with direction as well as motivation, particularly if you are feeling overwhelmed. By setting goals you are making a decision to act on something meaningful to you.

Here are a few tips about setting and achieving your health goals:

  1. Set small, appropriate goals.
  2. Be realistic. Set yourself up to succeed, however accept that sometimes you may not be successful the first time, don’t give up; try again. Take small steps.
  3. Understand you are an individual. When it comes to diabetes management your path is not the same as that of the person next to you. You may share the same goals, but your means of getting there may be different.
  4. Ask for help. Some things cannot be accomplished without help.

Click here to find out more.

One-on-one consultations

At Diabetes SA our Health Services Team members are available to help you manage living with diabetes.

Our comprehensive range of services are designed to provide the information you will need to live well with diabetes.

Click here to find out more.

Accessing the support you may need to help you set and achieve effective diabetes management

Eliza looks at the positives in every situation

Eliza"Being a member of Diabetes SA over the years has provided me with the added support that helps me to feel confident to achieve these things. It has provided me with access to information and education, as well as lowered the financial stress by providing members discount on the supplies I require to treat my diabetes.

I have also met many other people with type 1 at Diabetes SA events which helps me to not feel alone and provides me with friends that I know understand the struggles of living with type 1."

Peter is well on his way to managing his diabetes effectively

Peter"From my first contact with staff in the shop to attending education sessions everyone has been friendly, helpful and encouraging. This has made our experience with the organisation extremely positive as we were treated as friends and not customers.

We have attended many education sessions. At the end of each session we came away with new knowledge and practical tips for managing diabetes."

Be inspired

You can read Eliza's and Peter's story in the November edition of Living. Not a member yet? Join today.

Community news

New directory of Adelaide's after-hours medical services launched

Adelaide Primary Health Network has created a new web directory – called Adelaide After Hours – which provides information about all of the after-hours medical services across the metropolitan area that are open within a radius of user's location. It is also available in over 15 languages.

Click here to find out more.

Limbs 4 Life is seeking amputees to become Peer Support Volunteers

Peer support volunteers provide social and practical support to individuals prior to or following amputation. If you think you have what it takes to become a Peer Support Volunteer or would like more information please contact Limbs 4 Life on 1300 782 231 or email peersupport@limbs4life.org.au

Click here to the visit the website.

Calling all active drivers with type 1 diabetes

Are you living with type 1 diabetes and are an active driver? A new Diabetes Driving Toolkit has been created and would like your help in testing it out.

Click here for more information about this program and how to be in the chance to win an iPad Mini.

Do you have type 2 diabetes? Do you have a smartphone?

UniSA students and researchers are developing a smartphone app to promote healthy eating, weight loss and exercise for people with type 2 diabetes. They would like to interview people with type 2 diabetes to help ensure the app as useful and appealing as possible.

Click here to find out more.

 

Latest in diabetes and health

How to avoid getting frail as you get older

frailMany people mistakenly assume frailty is part of normal aging. Developing frailty does not happen overnight — it takes years for frailty syndrome to develop as a consequence of low physical activity and weight loss. When it does develop, reversal is usually difficult.

It's true that many aging persons do become frail, but there are a number of interventions that can prevent or even reverse frailty, while maintaining independence and a high quality of life.

Click here to find out more.

A new study shows this kind of nut can help curb your appetite

wallnutsIf you're trying to lose weight, walnuts may be an effective food to help you control your appetite as researchers found eating walnuts increases satiety and fullness.

Researchers found that when consuming the walnut-rich smoothie, participants were less hungry, and their right insula was more activated — that's the part of the brain that's involved in appetite and impulse control.

Click here to find out more.

The differences and similarities between type 1 and type 2 diabetes

diabetesTake a look at these two most common forms of diabetes and make sure you can not only distinguish the differences but also share the similarities.

People living with type 1 and type 2 diabetes understand there are a few major differences between the two conditions which, all too often, get confused and misconstrued by the public. Yet, there are also a few similarities that get overlooked even among people in the community.

Click here to find out more. 

Diabetes SA articles


Early Bird draw closing soon

live-it-up-2017-logoIt's not too late to get your lottery book(s) back in time to qualify for the Early Bird prize of $1,000.

Simply return your fully sold book(s) by Friday 20 October 2017 to go into the Early Bird draw.

Even if you sell to your family or friends, as the registered book holder you still qualify. So don't miss your chance, who knows it could be you we call on 8 December with exciting news.

Click here to find out more.

Membership benefits

Part of our community

As a Member of Diabetes SA you have FREE access to a range of diabetes education sessions. Not only do you gain new knowledge but also meet new people who have the same barriers to overcome as you do. 

As our member Peter said: "We have attended many education sessions. At the end of each session we came away with new knowledge and practical tips for managing diabetes."

Value of membership

In addition to expert advice when it comes to selecting a product to meet your needs, members receive a 25% discount on Diabetes SA products, making diabetes self-management more cost-effective.

As our member Eliza said: "Diabetes SA membership lowered the financial stress by providing members discount on the supplies I require to treat my diabetes."

Did you know that our product range also includes:

Click here to find out more.

Make most of your membership, as a member you also receive FREE Living Magazine, save $40* on consultations, and more...

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Members save 32% off on Humphrey Law Health Socks

Finding the right pair means selecting socks that best meet your needs

There are many different socks that are suitable for people with diabetes. If you haven't developed any type of neuropathy, wear socks that feel most comfortable. Some people with diabetic neuropathy experience dry and cracked skin on the feet. Socks with a soft material may be more comfortable.

2017-socks

Click here to learn about different types of socks.

Click here to shop online.

Offer available to Diabetes SA members, until 31 October 2017 unless sold out earlier.

 

 

Social media snapshot


Don't forget to join the conversation be the first to read the latest news and view recent photos. Find Diabetes SA on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

jan-facebookCongratulations to Jan 

Jan, one of Diabetes SA's much loved Customer Service Officers, recently celebrated her 25 year anniversary since starting at Diabetes SA. 

To say a big congratulations, Jan was presented with a token of appreciation from Diabetes SA's CEO Angelique on behalf of the Association and staff also got involved in the celebrations.

Click here to see the update.

Hypoawareness can save lives

diabetes-emergency-information-posterThis was the most popular update in August, reaching over 8,000 people. Thank you to all who shared it and helped us raise awareness about diabetes.

It takes only 10 minutes to learn about what is hypoglycaemia, who is at risk, what the signs and symptoms are, and how to manage hypoglycaemia and emergency situations.

Click here to find out more.

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