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The 'Check Today, See Tomorrow' resource kit has been developed to increase awareness about diabetes eye care and the need for people with diabetes to have a YEARLY eye check to help prevent vision loss and blindness. Primary care providers e.g. health workers, nurses, doctors, diabetes educators working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are well placed to pass on eye health messages to people with diabetes and to help prioritise eye health within chronic care.

If you would like to order the 'Check Today, See Tomorrow' resource kit or individual items, please complete the order form below. Please indicate how many items you wish to order.
You can also download each component of the resource kit by going to the Resource Kit section of this website.

If you require larger quantities of the resources or assistance placing an order, please contact us directly and we may be able to assist or phone (03) 8344 9320.

The 'Check Today, See Tomorrow' resource kit is provided for Australian organisations only. If you are placing an order outside of Australia, this may not be processed. Please contact us before you place an order.

'Check Today, See Tomorrow' Resource Kit

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Contains: 50x Diabetes Eye Care Brochures, 1x Diabetes Eye Care Flipchart, 2x Campaign Poster Series (region specific*), 2x Key Messages & Adult Eye Check Cards, 2x Diabetic Retinopathy Screening Cards and 1x Social Media Guide. *The poster series uses imagery from urban, remote and rural communities.


Individual Items

(Individual items from the ‘Check Today See Tomorrow Resource Kit’ can also be ordered separately)

CTST DL brochure :
Information to share with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with diabetes and their carers. All Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with diabetes require a YEARLY eye check to prevent vision loss.
CTST flipchart  :
A patient education tool for health professionals and community-based educators who work with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who have diabetes. It is formatted as a desktop flipchart with text to guide discussions and illustrations on diabetes eye care. A4 size.
CTST key message 4 step  :
On one side is an outlines of the 4 key steps for eye and vision screening for health professionals providing MBS Item 715 (Health Assessment for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people) mandatory eye check component. The reverse contains key eye messages for health professionals to share with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with diabetes. A5 size.
CTST DR screening card  :
A basic screening tool for diabetic retinopathy for health professionals to use during an eye check to help determine referral pathway.

Poster Series:
Includes a reminder message about receiving a YEARLY eye check and the link between diabetes and blindness. The posters use imagery from urban, remote and rural communities. Poster are A3 and A2 size.
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Please note: The 'Check Today, See Tomorrow' resource kit and individual items are for Australian use only. If you are ordering outside of Australia please contact us Indigenous-EyeHealth@unimelb.edu.au

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