Our nurses work in consultation with your GP to develop a personalised diabetes management plan that allows you to enjoy your lifestyle in the way that suits you best.

Diabetes care in Victoria

We are challenging and advocating for an integrated care approach for all Australians in the health, community and aged care sectors. Whether at home or facilities based, we work to provide access to quality in-home care.  

In partnership with APTO Group, we are now providing Home Care services in parts of Victoria, and under your funded package, you might be eligible for diabetes care. Call us today to find out more on (03) 9725 3219.

We have compiled a list of considerations that we believe are important for you when seeking care. We hope this helps you on your care journey and as we grow and expand, so will our ability to provide more choice for quality home-based care in your area. 

Considering Diabetes care 

Your care team should help you actively manage your diabetes to make sure you continue to enjoy your life in the way that suits you best. Some of the common Diabetes care services you may receive are listed below. 

Diet and exercise plans 

Maintaining your health is a key aspect of managing diabetes. Depending on your care needs, you may work with dieticians or allied health professionals to help keep you on track. 

Taking care of your feet 

Foot-related complications are common with diabetes - they need regular care. Your care team should help guide you through what you should do to keep your feet healthy. Depending on your care needs, you may also work with podiatrists to help you. 

Medication and insulin assistance 

Your care team should work alongside your GP, specialist or hospital diabetic clinic to understand your specific medication needs, and help you as needed with tablets, injections or administering your insulin. 

Diabetes Victoria

Diabetes Victoria is a not-for-profit organisation, providing a wealth of information and advice for [name] living with diabetes. 

If you are seeking care and/or support, or need to access this service, you can contact your GP, or our experienced health and care navigators are here to assist you.

Get in touch

If you would like to know more talk to your local GP, contact My Aged Care to find out what is available in your area, or contact our experienced team who are here to help.

Diabetes care in New South Wales

We are challenging and advocating for an integrated care approach for all Australians in the health, community and aged care sectors. Whether at home or facilities based, we work to provide access to quality in-home care.

While we don't currently provide Diabetes care services in your area, we are committed to ensuring that people have access to the right information regarding their Diabetes care options where and when they need it.  

We have compiled a list of considerations that we believe are important for you when seeking care. We hope this helps you on your care journey and as we grow and expand, so will our ability to provide more choice for quality home-based care in your area.

Considering Diabetes care 

Your care team should help you actively manage your diabetes to make sure you continue to enjoy your life in the way that suits you best. Some of the common Diabetes care services you may receive are listed below.

Diet and exercise plans 

Maintaining your health is a key aspect of managing diabetes. Depending on your care needs, you may work with dieticians or allied health professionals to help keep you on track.

Taking care of your feet 

Foot-related complications are common with diabetes - they need regular care. Your care team should help guide you through what you should do to keep your feet healthy. Depending on your care needs, you may also work with podiatrists to help you.

Medication and insulin assistance 

Your care team should work alongside your GP, specialist or hospital diabetic clinic to understand your specific medication needs, and help you as needed with tablets, injections or administering your insulin.

Diabetes New South Wales

Diabetes NSW and ACT is a not-for-profit organisation, providing a wealth of information and advice for [name] living with diabetes.

If you are seeking care and/or support, or need to access this service, you can contact your GP, or our experienced health and care navigators are here to assist you on 1300 761 577.

Get in touch

If you would like to know more talk to your local GP, contact My Aged Care to find out what is available in your area, or contact our experienced team who are here to help.

Diabetes care in Queensland

We are challenging and advocating for an integrated care approach for all Australians in the health, community and aged care sectors. Whether at home or facilities based, we work to provide access to quality in-home care.

While we don't currently provide Diabetes care services in your area, we are committed to ensuring that people have access to the right information regarding their Diabetes care options where and when they need it.  

We have compiled a list of considerations that we believe are important for you when seeking care. We hope this helps you on your care journey and as we grow and expand, so will our ability to provide more choice for quality home-based care in your area.

Considering Diabetes care 

Your care team should help you actively manage your diabetes to make sure you continue to enjoy your life in the way that suits you best. Some of the common Diabetes care services you may receive are listed below.

Diet and exercise plans 

Maintaining your health is a key aspect of managing diabetes. Depending on your care needs, you may work with dieticians or allied health professionals to help keep you on track.

Taking care of your feet 

Foot-related complications are common with diabetes - they need regular care. Your care team should help guide you through what you should do to keep your feet healthy. Depending on your care needs, you may also work with podiatrists to help you.

Medication and insulin assistance 

Your care team should work alongside your GP, specialist or hospital diabetic clinic to understand your specific medication needs, and help you as needed with tablets, injections or administering your insulin.

Diabetes Queensland

Diabetes Queensland is a not-for-profit organisation, providing a wealth of information and advice for [name] living with diabetes.

If you are seeking care and/or support, or need to access this service, you can contact your GP, or our experienced health and care navigators are here to assist you on 1300 761 577

Get in touch

If you would like to know more talk to your local GP, contact My Aged Care to find out what is available in your area, or contact our experienced team who are here to help.

Diabetes care in South Australia

Our expert team can help you actively manage your diabetes to make sure you continue to enjoy your life in the way that suits you best.

Our nurses can help you control your diabetes, either in your own home or through one of our nursing clinics. You can access this service if:

  • your general practitioner (GP) asks for assistance in developing a diabetes management plan
  • you or your family are having trouble administering your insulin.

Diet and exercise plans

Maintaining your health is a key aspect of managing diabetes. Depending on your care needs, we may be able to assist with referrals to dieticians or allied health professionals to help keep you on track.

Taking care of your feet

Foot-related complications are common with diabetes - they need regular care. We'll help guide you through what you should do to keep your feet healthy. Depending on your care needs, we may be able to assist with referrals to podiatrists to help you.

Medication and insulin assistance

Our nurses will work alongside your GP, specialist or hospital diabetic clinic to understand your specific medication needs, and help you as needed with tablets, injections or administering your insulin.

Diabetes SA

Diabetes SA is a not-for-profit organisation, providing a wealth of information and advice for South Australians living with diabetes.

Who is eligible?
This service is suitable for those who have been diagnosed with diabetes, impaired glucose tolerance or impaired glucose fasting.
What is the cost?
There are a number of funding options that may be available to you based on your circumstances, including the Commonwealth Home Support Programme or a Home Care Package.
Getting referred

You don't need to be referred to receive this service, just give us a call to find out how we can assist.

Our experienced health and care navigators are here to help on 1300 364 264

Diabetes care in Western Australia

Our expert team can help you actively manage your diabetes to make sure you continue to enjoy your life in the way that suits you best.

Our nurses can help you control your diabetes, either in your own home or through one of our nursing clinics. You can access this service if:

  • your general practitioner (GP) asks for assistance in developing a diabetes management plan
  • you or your family are having trouble administering your insulin.

Diet and exercise plans

Maintaining your health is a key aspect of managing diabetes. Depending on your care needs, we may be able to assist with referrals to dieticians or allied health professionals to help keep you on track.

Taking care of your feet

Foot-related complications are common with diabetes - they need regular care. We'll help guide you through what you should do to keep your feet healthy. Depending on your care needs, we may be able to assist with referrals to podiatrists to help you.

Medication and insulin assistance

Our nurses will work alongside your GP, specialist or hospital diabetic clinic to understand your specific medication needs, and help you as needed with tablets, injections or administering your insulin.

Diabetes nursing clinics

Our nursing clinics are staffed by credentialled diabetes educators. They help manage your diabetes through one on one and small group sessions focused on education, advice and self-management support.

Find the clinic closest to you, or if you can't attend, you can also access clinic services via the phone or a video conference.

  • Peel region: 72 Lakes Road, Mandurah
  • South West region: 58 West Street, Busselton
  • Mid West region: Suite 2, 114 Sanford Street, Geraldton

Diabetes WA

Diabetes WA is a not-for-profit organisation, providing a wealth of information and advice for the more than 130,000 Western Australians living with diabetes.

Who is eligible?
This service is suitable for those who have been diagnosed with diabetes, impaired glucose tolerance or impaired glucose fasting.
What is the cost?
There are a number of funding options that may be available to you based on your circumstances, including the Commonwealth Home Support Programme or a Home Care Package.
Getting referred

You don't need to be referred to receive this service, just give us a call to find out how we can assist. 

Our experienced health and care navigators are here to help on 1300 650 803