• Exercise the whole family can enjoy!

    Exercise the whole family can enjoy! We know that exercise plays an important role in our health, but with a family to look after it can be often be a difficult thing to find time for. Instead of trying to… READ MORE

  • Preventing Diabetes-Related Amputation

    Unfortunately foot complications can be common in people living with diabetes.  Diabetes related damage is by far the leading cause of preventable lower limb amputation in Australia and we have the dubious honour of the second highest limb amputation rate in the developed world.  Someone undergoes an amputation approximately every 3 hours in Australia as READ MORE

  • What is diabetes?

    What is diabetes? There are two main types of diabetes namely type 1 diabetes and type 2 diabetes. As well as the two main types, there is also pre-diabetes and gestational diabetes. We explain the differences. READ MORE

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  • Your healthcare team

    Knowing which healthcare professionals can help you to best manage your diabetes, and feeling empowered to take responsibility for your health, is essential for people living with diabetes.

    Your Diabetes Health Team has been developed as a guide to assist people living with type 1 and type 2 diabetes to easily identify any gaps there might be in the care they currently… READ MORE

  • Diabetes and Schools webinar

    Diabetes NSW has launched the Diabetes & Schools Webinar – a free online video resource for parents, teachers and carers of kids with type 1 diabetes at schools. Credentialled Diabetes Educator Mark Taylor gives practical advice about type 1 diabetes management and testing devices such as pumps, signs of hypoglycemia and… READ MORE

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Our latest products in store

  • Do you often lose track of or forget to take your medication? Do you have a loved one who is having trouble maintaining their medication? Why not take a look at our new range of TabTime tablet holders and reminders.

    There’s the TabTime Wallet, a stylish leather-look organiser to keep a week’s worth of medication, with 7 daily tablet trays each with a separate compartment for morning, noon, evening and night.

    Or try the TabTime Super 8 with 8 compartments and up to 8 daily alarms. It includes a flashing red LED reminder light that continues to flash until the case is opened and a large easy-to-read LED screen.


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