Step 3: Adapt the Resources


CTST adapting the resources


We encourage the widespread use of and local community adaptations of the ‘Check Today, See Tomorrow’ resources, messages and related illustrations to raise awareness on diabetes eye care. A range of creative community adaptations of the messages and images can be developed and applied to promotional materials (click button ‘examples of local adaptations’ below).

The ‘Check Today, See Tomorrow’ ‘sightline’ and ‘eye-con’ logo can be applied to T-shirts, wristbands, newsletters, posters, and other promotional resources to promote diabetes eye health.

Photos of community heroes or champions from regions can be replaced within the ‘Check Today, See Tomorrow’ poster templates (click button ‘adapting the resources’ below) with a personal quote to support the diabetes eye care message.

Please refer to the ‘Check Today See Tomorrow Style Guidelines’ below for further information and suggestions

Please contact Indigenous Eye Health via email or telephone (03) 834 49320 for more information and support with your local community adaptations

Diabetes t-shirts

We offer two options for the Diabetes t-shirt. The 'standard' or 'logo' which allows you to have your organsations logo added (note: there is a minimum order of 10 t-shirts for the 'logo' option).

For further support and information please contact us

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Example of adaptation: The 'Check Today, See Tomorrow' poster images can be replaced with images of local community members.

Style Guidelines

To preserve the full integrity of the 'Check Today, See Tomorrow' artwork and respect to all the communities associated with the development of it, IEH will retain artistic control over its use and ask that you read and follow the information outlined below.

  • Style Guidelines: for the correct use of the 'eye-con', 'sightline' and associated materials and images
  • Permission Form: for permission to use the 'eye-con', sightline' and associated materials and images
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