• Diabetes training for support staff
  • Preparation of a Diabetes Management Plan
  • The support required for them to do their diabetes care.

What NDIS services can EdHealth Australia provide?

  • Diabetes training of a NDIS participant’s support staff, including an overview of diabetes care, blood glucose monitoring and administration and support of insulin and diabetes injectable medications.
  • Preparation of an individualised Diabetes Management Plan to guide the diabetes care and support recommended for the NDIS participant.

Do you have any other diabetes services for people with intellectual disability?


Diabetes care and education review … In South Australia, Jayne Lehmann, RN and Credentialled Diabetes Educator sees people with intellectual disability in her clinics in Brighton, Clovelly Park and Malvern. Jayne uses strategies designed for the specific needs of people with intellectual disability. GP Management Plan referrals are bulk billed to Medicare. Email jayne@edhealth.com.au to find out more.

A pack of low literacy diabetes care support resources and instructions on their use is a valuable resource for disability support organisations. Due to their simple messaging, they are equally useful for busy support workers! Topics covered include when to see the doctor, what to do when levels are high or low, treatment of hypoglycaemia, how to check a blood glucose level, how to give insulin, lifestyle management of diabetes and more. These are useful for disability support organisations and health professionals wanting low literacy resources for their service.


A Guide for promoting good lives through healthy eating and physical activity was written in South Australia by Jayne Lehmann, Prof. Gary Wittert and other health professionals with an interest in quality health support of people with intellectual disability.

This one’s free when you click on the link below and save

2018 Guide-Promoting-Good-Lives – Diet and Exercise ppl with ID




Coming soon … Quality and Safety Framework for Disability Organisations. This resource will take the hard work out of putting a quality and safety framework in place when diabetes care support is provided for NDIS Participants. It includes policies, procedures and recommendations all presented as a Word document. This enables the organisation to customise the information to the needs of their organisation but the initial work is all done!


People with a disability depend on support workers to
help them to put their diabetes care into action.

Get in contact … we want to help you with your diabetes support needs.

Please download the follow-up form below.

Fill it in and email to  jayne@edhealth.com.au

If you have a complaint about any of the services provided by EdHealth Australia to, or on behalf of NDIS participants, our complaints process can be found here.