Type 1 diabetes and alcohol: A guide to managing T1D on a night out
Going out with friends & drinking alcohol can be a lot to balance with Type 1 Diabetes. Read our guide on how to manage Type 1 Diabetes & a big night out.
Dexcom G6 CGM added to devices available through CGM Subsidy Initiative
The Dexcom G6 Continuous CGM system has been added to the devices available through the Australian Government’s CGM Subsidy Initiative.
Talking T1D advocacy with QLD Advocate Alyssa Zaini
Alyssa was diagnosed at age 8. She shares with us her experience of being diagnosed at a young age, and also her JDRF advocacy highlights.
Dr Izzy Smith answers some questions on Covid-19
Dr Izzy Smith specialises in endocrinology and we spoke to her for some guidance on Covid-19 for people living with type 1 diabetes.
5 things you might not know about being active with T1D
This blog post was written by Sam Rooney, Accredited Exercise Physiologist (AEP) and T1D of 22 years, as part of our 2022: Time to Kick T1D Goals campaign. As an Accredited Exercise Physiologist (AEP) and T1D of 22 years, tips for exercising with T1D is one of the most asked questions that I come across. For […]
T1D Trial: Six-week supplement resulted in strengthened immune system
This week, new results published in the journal Microbiome showed that a six-week food supplement for people with T1D resulted in changes to bacteria in the gut and a strengthened immune system. The results are from a clinical trial funded through JDRF’s Type 1 Diabetes Clinical Research Network (T1DCRN) and Macquarie Group Foundation Future Research […]
Complications – Um, that should be… Diabetes related health issues!
This resource was written by hosts of P2 Diabetes Chat podcast Credentialled Diabetes Educator Jayne Lehmann and pharmacist Credentialled Diabetes Educator Kirrily Chambers, as part of our 2022: Time to Kick T1D Goals campaign. When it comes to living with type 1 diabetes, the ‘threat’ of complications, or as we say, ‘the potential for diabetes […]
How Hayley Ford gained the confidence to exercise after her T1D diagnosis
This blog post was written by Hayley Ford, a T1D community member and passionate exercise advocate as part of our 2022: Time to Kick T1D Goals campaign. Here, she shares how she gained the confidence to re-enter the world of exercise after her T1D diagnosis and her biggest pieces of advice for others looking to do […]
Managing shift work with type 1 diabetes
This post is an excerpt taken from Straight to the Point: A guide for living with type 1 diabetes, written and edited by healthcare professionals as part of our 2022: Kick T1D goals campaign. Download the full version for free here. Even if you don’t have type 1 diabetes (T1D), shift work can put a […]