About Diabetes Eye Care
Diabetes is a major cause of vision loss and blindness for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Up to 98% of vision loss and blindness from diabetes is preventable with early detection and follow-up treatment. Everyone with diabetes is at risk of going blind. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with diabetes require a yearly eye check to reduce their risk of vision loss and blindness
An iterative, engaging, community-driven process was taken to develop eye health promotion messages and resources focusing on diabetes eye care.
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Explore Our Diabetes Resources
The 'Check Today, See Tomorrow' resource kit has been developed to help increase awareness about diabetes eye care. resource kit
A variety of 'Check Today, See Tomorrow' diabetes eye care resources available for download. Download Resources
A selection of multimedia resources including music videos and radio ads are available to use. Multimedia Resources
Suggestions and ideas of how to use the ‘Check Today, See Tomorrow’ resources in your community. Get Involved
'Check Today, See Tomorrow' Social Media Resources
A variety of 'Check Today, See Tomorrow' diabetes eye care social media resources to assist communities and organisations promote National Diabetes Week and good diabetes eye care for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Social Media
Additional Diabetes Resources
A variety of additional diabetes support materials available for download. Additional Resources