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Info for People with Diabetes and the Wider Community

Australian Lions working with the Turkish Community

To complement the work Australian Lions have been doing in the community raising awareness of diabetic retinopathy and glaucoma, a new initiative has commenced. Lions in partnership with the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital and the North West Division of General Practitioners have successfully translated the Lions Eye Health Program (LEHP-Australia) materials into Turkish and are working closely with the community by providing public awareness and diabetic retinopathy eye examinations.

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Useful Links

Important information can be found on the websites of associated organsiations.

Useful Links for People with Diabetes and the Wider Community

More Info for People with Diabetes and the Wider Community

What is Diabetes

What is diabetic retinopathy?

Medicare and Optometry

Regular eye examinations

Royal Victorian Institute for the Blind - Pension Benefits

Royal Victorian Institute for the Blind - Free Publications List

Royal Victorian Institute For the Blind - Services Booklet

Vision Australia

Consumer Guide-NHMRC

ICEE - International Centre for Eyecare Education

ICEE Media Release

Redfern Aboriginal Eye Care Clinic

RVEEH Retinopathy Poster

Lions Eye Health Program - Australia resource materials

Australian Lions Working with the Vietnamese Community

Olympian Andrew Gaze and his Team do their bit to Promote the Prevention of Diabetic Retinopathy

Eye and Ear Hospital Services

Australian Lions working with the Turkish Community

Diabetic retinopathy diagnosis and managment

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