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April 3rd, 8:38 am

Diabetes Tasmania

During the Easter break, hundreds-of-thousands of Aussies take to the roads to enjoy the long weekend.

We want to remind everyone to stay safe during their travels.

If you are living with diabetes, it's especially important to keep a close eye on your blood glucose levels and how you are feeling overall.

The National Diabetes Services Scheme NDSS have released a quick guide about diabetes and driving. This guide is available in a range of languages to ensure everyone can access the information they need to stay safe while driving.

Learn about diabetes and driving in this guide: www.ndss.com.au/diabetes-and-driving-quick-guide

Have a great break everyone, and be safe!
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During the Easter break, hundreds-of-thousands of Aussies take to the roads to enjoy the long weekend. 

We want to remind everyone to stay safe during their travels.

If you are living with diabetes, its especially important to keep a close eye on your blood glucose levels and how you are feeling overall. 

The National Diabetes Services Scheme NDSS  have released a quick guide about diabetes and driving. This guide is available in a range of languages to ensure everyone can access the information they need to stay safe while driving.

Learn about diabetes and driving in this guide: www.ndss.com.au/diabetes-and-driving-quick-guide

Have a great break everyone, and be safe!

April 1st, 2:17 pm

Diabetes Tasmania

Meet Beau Green, Business Manager at Launceston Toyota and his family, Sarah, Jack and Ollie. An amazing look into the lives of those around us living with type 1 diabetes.

PolliePedal is such an important event on our calendar. Not only raising much needed funds including for our Type One Youth Support program but also raising awareness needed of diabetes within the community.

#type1diabetes #launcestontoyota #polliepedal21 #support #thankyou

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April 1st, 1:08 pm

Diabetes Tasmania

Getting away this Easter? We are!

We will be taking a break over the long weekend, but will be back as normal on Wednesday 7 April 2021

Wishing all our friends and followers a very Happy Easter 🐰

The NDSS Helpline will be opening the following hours over the Easter break, in case you need assistance:

Good Friday: 9.00am - 2.00pm
Easter Saturday: 9.00am - 2.00pm
Easter Sunday: CLOSED
Easter Monday: 9.00am - 2.00pm
Easter Tuesday (TAS): 8.30am - 8.00pm

Phone 1800 637 700
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Getting away this Easter? We are!

We will be taking a break over the long weekend, but will be back as normal on Wednesday 7 April 2021

Wishing all our friends and followers a very Happy Easter 🐰

The NDSS Helpline will be opening the following hours over the Easter break, in case you need assistance:

Good Friday: 9.00am - 2.00pm
Easter Saturday: 9.00am - 2.00pm
Easter Sunday: CLOSED
Easter Monday: 9.00am - 2.00pm
Easter Tuesday (TAS): 8.30am - 8.00pm

Phone 1800 637 700

March 31st, 8:34 am

Diabetes Tasmania

Are you a Practice Nurse who works with patients living with diabetes? Do you know someone who is?

Diabetes Tasmania is holding two half day symposia that are a must for updating your diabetes knowledge. For more details see below and head to diabetestas.eventbrite.com.au to book your spot today.

#Tasmania #PracticeNurse #diabetessupport #healthcare
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Are you a Practice Nurse who works with patients living with diabetes? Do you know someone who is?

Diabetes Tasmania is holding two half day symposia that are a must for updating your diabetes knowledge. For more details see below and head to  https://diabetestas.eventbrite.com.au to book your spot today.

#Tasmania #PracticeNurse #diabetessupport #healthcare
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