Let's Stop Type 1 Diabetics Dying in their Sleep

Let's Stop Type 1 Diabetics Dying in their Sleep

A campaign to raise awareness of the harsh reality of Dead in Bed Syndrome. 

A campaign to support the Danii Foundation's 2016 Budget submission to fund Continuous Glucose Monitor (CGM) sensors for 4000 hypo unaware Type 1 Diabetic Australians. The first but critical step to stop unnecessary deaths of Type 1 Diabetics, largely young Australians.

Funding CGM sensors will SAVE and IMPROVE the lives of Type 1 Diabetics and their families. The savings to government are considerable.  If a CGM saves 2 hospital admissions a year it's cost is basically met. That's without the savings to PRODUCTIVITY ...

A campaign to raise awareness of the harsh reality of Dead in Bed Syndrome. 

A campaign to support the Danii Foundation's 2016 Budget submission to fund Continuous Glucose Monitor (CGM) sensors for 4000 hypo unaware Type 1 Diabetic Australians. The first but critical step to stop unnecessary deaths of Type 1 Diabetics, largely young Australians.

Funding CGM sensors will SAVE and IMPROVE the lives of Type 1 Diabetics and their families. The savings to government are considerable.  If a CGM saves 2 hospital admissions a year it's cost is basically met. That's without the savings to PRODUCTIVITY for parents of children who often are forced to give up work, or take regular leave to care for a sick child where management of diabetes is DIFFICULT. 

This technology os not a LUXURY. It is an absolute NECESSITY to save LIVES and precious HEALTH FUNDING, currently poorly directed in archaic practices that often lead to poor outcomes. Tell your local MP CGM sensors must be funded in the 2016 Federal Budget.

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How would you react if going to bed could mean death for your child?

For Type 1 Diabetics Dead in Bed Syndrome is a harsh reality. The Death of Daniella Meads Barlow aged 17 from Dead in Bed is the reason the DANII Foundation exists. We do not want to scare people we want to save their lives and we will not be quiet on this any longer.

This email campaign will support  the Danii Foundation's 2016 Federal Budget submission to fund Continuous ...

For Type 1 Diabetics Dead in Bed Syndrome is a harsh reality. The Death of Daniella Meads Barlow aged 17 from Dead in Bed is the reason the DANII Foundation exists. We do not want to scare people we want to save their lives and we will not be quiet on this any longer.

This email campaign will support  the Danii Foundation's 2016 Federal Budget submission to fund Continuous Glucose Monitor (CGM) sensors for 4000 hypo unaware Type 1 Diabetic Australians. The first but critical step to stop unnecessary deaths of Type 1 Diabetics, largely young Australians.

Funding CGM sensors will SAVE and IMPROVE the lives of Type 1 Diabetics and their families. The savings to government are considerable.  If a CGM saves 2 hospital admissions a year it's cost is basically met. That's without the savings to PRODUCTIVITY for parents of children who often are forced to give up work, or take regular leave to care for a sick child where management of diabetes is DIFFICULT. 

This technology os not a LUXURY. It is an absolute NECESSITY to save LIVES and precious HEALTH FUNDING, currently poorly directed in archaic practices that often lead to poor outcomes. Tell your local MP CGM sensors must be funded in the 2016 Federal Budget.

 

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