Online Services

This section contains links to online NDSS resources, as well as links to sites that may be useful in the continued management of diabetes. These services are aimed at giving people living with diabetes an opportunity to learn in a way that is comfortable and convenient to them.

You can also see the state and territory diabetes organisations websites, by clicking here. They also provide information and support to people with diabetes, their carers, and health professionals.

Pregnancy and Diabetes

The Diabetes and Pregnancy website contains information for women with type 1 and type 2 diabetes, including young women, Indigenous women and multicultural women, as well as their health professionals and partners, family and friends. The site includes frequently asked questions about pregnancy and diabetes, as well as resources to download or order online

Multicultural Portal

The National Diabetes Services Scheme (NDSS) multicultural diabetes portal provides health professionals with a broad range of translated diabetes resources from credible providers including Diabetes Australia, Diabetes Australia state and territory agents, and non-government organisations. The resources available include factsheets and brochures which have expert advice about managing diabetes and living well in a wide variety of languages

Gestational Diabetes Website

The NDSS has a dedicated webpage for gestational diabetes. The webpage includes information, resources and support for women with gestational diabetes and information about the gestational diabetes register. The website also provides information on joining the National Gestational Diabetes Register.


myD’ (my diabetes) is a site that has been developed specifically for people aged 16 to 25 years living with diabetes.

The site provides general information on living with diabetes and covers topics like school, work, travel, driving and general health. The site also provides information and links to other sites of interest for younger patients, places to go for more information, and there is a section for them to tell their story and talk about how they live with diabetes.

Online Services Directory

Search for NDSS Access Points and doctors, endocrinologists, Credentialled Diabetes Educators, dietitians and other health professionals in your area.

If you are a medical practitioner or allied health professional who specialises in the management of diabetes and would like to be included on the NDSS Online Services Directory please click here for registration.

Diabetes Map

The Australian Diabetes Map is the only national map monitoring the prevalence of diabetes in Australia.

The data contained in the Australian Diabetes Map is derived from the National Diabetes Services Scheme (NDSS) Registrant database* and the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) and shows people diagnosed with diabetes that are registered on the Scheme.

You can find out more about it here.

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