Ceduna Community Awareness & Screening Event

Ceduna Community Awareness & Screening Event

One in 6 adults are at risk of developing type 2 diabetes – that equates to 180, 000 South Australians.

Could it be you? Take the test below.

To combat these concerning numbers, Diabetes SA, funded by Country SA PHN and supported by volunteers from the Lions District 201C1, are conducting Community type 2 diabetes awareness and screening events.

The event is an extension of Diabetes SA’s state-wide diabetes awareness campaign called facethefacts.

The purpose of the event is to ensure you, and people in your region, know their own risk score and what to do next. It also aims to raise awareness of the signs and symptoms of type 2 diabetes, and to provide everyone an opportunity to be screened free of charge, so please come along.

Take the test today.

Diabetes. It’s not worth the risk.


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Thank you for completing the AUSDRISK test to determine your risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Based on your responses, you have scored a risk factor of 12 or more which is high.

We recommend you make a booking for a screening event in your area for a free Point of Care finger prick test to measure your HbA1c (blood glucose levels).

So we can ensure a Diabetes SA Health Care Professional is available at a time most suitable for you, please click register myself and chose a time below to book your HbA1c test. Once you have chosen a suitable time, click proceed to checkout to complete the booking.

After the HbA1c test, we will give you a letter containing your results to take and discuss with your doctor.

We look forward to seeing you at the event and will be on hand to offer you support and information.

6/3/2021 9:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Ceduna Memorial Hall 31 Poynton St CEDUNA 5690
  • 1 in 6

    adults are at risk of developing type 2 diabetes

  • 1.4 million

    Australians have diabetes

  • 311

    Australians develop diabetes every day

  • 1 person

    every 5 minutes will develop diabetes

  • Every year

    around 8,000 South Australians are diagnosed with diabetes

  • 180,000

    South Australians are at risk of developing type 2 diabetes which is largely preventable

  • Type 2

    diabetes is the most common type of diabetes in Australia (87% of all people with diabetes)

  • Over 1.2 million

    people in Australia have type 2 diabetes


Are you at risk?

Take the test