Getting diabetes back on track–insulin management customised just for you

Diabetes is a condition with different ages and stages. As a result, people with diabetes often have to be able to adapt to the changing needs of their condition. Some people will need to start to use insulin while those already on insulin will require a change in their dose from time-to-time to keep the glucose levels on track to good health.

A referral from the GP to EdHealth’s services ensures the communication channels are created between health professionals for the insulin prescribing and dose changes.

Many people feel scared, unsettled or disappointed they need to start insulin therapy. There may be fear of the needle, apprehension about their ability to self inject or the potential for low blood glucose levels or disappointment that they have not been able to keep things on track without insulin. This is all very normal.

As a Credentialled Diabetes Educator Jayne has helped hundreds of people through the process of learning and mastering their insulin injections. With the right education and support people find it is not as hard as they thought it would be to move onto insulin.

Jayne provides education and support for people with type 2 diabetes starting insulin, dose review and re-stabilisation, in consultation with their doctor. There are a number of ways you can access Jayne’s service:

  •  A Chronic Disease Management referral from your GP for a reimbursement of part of the fee paid
  • Pay the fee and see if your private health insurance will go ive you a reimbursement
  • Pay the fee and receive no reimbursement.

This service is available for people who need to:

  • Change to a new insulin
  • Start a second insulin
  • Get their insulin dosing sorted