An open letter to Australians
Let's work together to put your health first - COVID-19 caught us by surprise, testing our health system and testing our country in many ways.
Your guide to the FreeStyle Libre subsidy during COVID-19
Flash glucose monitoring is a sensor that can be scanned with a reader or smartphone to get your glucose reading (rather than using a finger prick...
Websites and links to further resources on COVID-19 for families and carers
The ability to drive remains important for drivers with diabetes during these COVID-19 times. VicRoads has just delivered some good news.
The coronavirus pandemic is well and truly upon us, and it is important to remember the patients who are more vulnerable to infection.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic the Australian Government has introduced a temporary change to the Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM) Initiative
In a special edition podcast, advocacy coordinator Susanne Baxandall is explaining how Diabetes Victoria is here to help during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Diabetes Victoria urges people with diabetes to continue seeing their diabetes care team and not skip medical appointments, especially now during the
People with diabetes are urged to continue their usual insulin purchasing practices and not stockpile or refill prescriptions more frequently.
We are extending the hours for the NDSS National Helpline 1800 637 700 to be able to give greater support for people with diabetes during the COVID-19
We know things might be a little scary and uncertain at the moment. Your experience of living with diabetes, and the stresses and uncertainties
Following the Australian Government announcement to allocate $25 million to fund home medicine services in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic,
Due to the novel coronavirus (covid-19) many people have lost their jobs. We have put together information of where you can get help.
In response to COVID-19 the Australian Government is introducing new telehealth services.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) was first reported in December 2019 in Wuhan City in China. It has since spread across the world and significantly impacted Aus
Australia’s leading national diabetes organisations are encouraging people with diabetes to continue their usual insulin purchasing practices and not
Australia’s leading national diabetes organisations are standing together to support people with diabetes during the COVID-19 pandemic.
We recognise that people with diabetes and their families may be concerned about their risk, and also the availability of their diabetes medicines and
The Australian Department of Health has made an official statement clarifying there are no current shortages of insulin or other diabetes-related prod