A focus on prevention
Diabetes has a huge impact on the individual and those around them.
Diabetes Foundation Aotearoa (previously Diabetes Projects Trust) has been delivering services focused on preventing diabetes and its complications for nearly 30 years. The Foundation emphasises partnership with the community to achieve better health for present and for future generations.
On our blog you will find the latest news at Diabetes Foundation Aotearoa - new programmes, new research projects and more.
What a year it's beenSo we are at last nearing the end of 2022 and what a year it's been. At Diabetes Foundation Aotearoa we've had so much happen, and I think we can all agree that this year on top of the last coupRead more
Trusted WebsitesDiabetes New Zealand The go-to site for people with diabetes in New Zealand Diabetes Auckland The Auckland branch of Diabetes New Zealand The Heart Foundation New Zealand Heart Foundation providesRead more
Important Change to Diabetes MedicationsCall your doctor right now to see if you are eligible. If you are eligible, these new medications will reduce your risk of needing insulin, and reduce your risk of dying from heart attack orRead more
Advocacy for New Medications for Type 2 Diabetes!The first significant change to the Type 2 Treatment landscape in years was a long time in the coming. Jardiance (Empagliflozin) and Trulicity (Dulaglutide) were approved by Pharmac andRead more
DCSS Quality AuditThe Diabetes Care Support Service (DCSS) audit provided support to GP Practices across Auckland since the early 1990's, helping primary care providers to improve the care delivered to patients withRead more
Who we are
Our team serves the community and works inside the community to help prevent diabetes through our many programmes, funded by the Ministry of Health.
What we do
- Develops and delivers health promotion programs
- Research and evaluation services
- Resource design
- Capacity building and community development
Diabetes Foundation Aotearoa offers a range of programmes and activities across Auckland which aim to prevent diabetes and its complications.
We have a range of resources on our site for individuals with diabetes, families of individuals with diabetes, health professionals and for whoever else may want access to them. They are free and downloadable for you.
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