Update: Australian Government Insulin Pump Program
Do you know about Insulin Pumps access through the Australian Government Insulin Pump Program ? The Australian Government’s Insulin Pump Program provides pumps to families who meet the program criteria and these pumps are fully subsidised, i.e. recipients are not required to make any co-payment. Updates to the program The program aims to improve access […]
Media Release: ALP’S $50M Funding Commitment Welcome News For Type 1 Diabetes
JDRF welcomes the news today that the Australian Labor Party (ALP) has committed to continued support of the Type 1 Diabetes Clinical Research Network (CRN), if elected to power in the 2019 election. The $50m, over five years, will ensure the world-class research delivered to date can be expanded upon and continue to deliver for Australians with […]
Insulin Pump Program
The Australian Government’s Insulin Pump Program provides subsidies to low income families who have children with type 1 diabetes. The Program aims to improve access and and affordability of insulin pumps for limited income families who have children (up to 18 years of age) with type 1 diabetes, and do not have access to other […]
So, What is Kids In The House Anyway?
If you have been following JDRF across our social channels, or have been speaking to any of our diligent advocates, you may have heard of Kids in the House. Curious as to what it is? And how you can support? Then read on! What is Kids in the House? Kids in the House is the […]