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DYNZ Family Conference Speakers

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We are starting to announce our speakers for the Family Conference in March 2015.  As we are only starting to gather each speakers bio’s, this page will be updated weekly so please continue to check back often!

Check out who is Speaking at the Family Conference in March 2015. Click Here!

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DYNZ Welcomes Stephanie McKenzie

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Stephanie has agreed to become an Ambassador for DYNZ. We are truly pleased and honored to have her on board. She will be a great addition to our fold!

If you want to read more about Stephanie, you can find more about her here.

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Webcasts from the World Diabetes Conference

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We have started to put the webcasts from the World Diabetes Conference held in Melbourne up in our Resources section. There are over 332 hours of sessions to review ranging from scientific to consumer. The committee is working through each webcast in order to bring you the ones we feel will benefit our families the most.

You can start viewing them now over on our Links and Resources page.

Happy Learning!

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Diabetes Awareness Week

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DYNZ is proud to be a part of an event that will bring awareness about youth with Diabetes but will also serve as MEDIKIDZ book launch in New Zealand.

The event is being held on Tuesday 12 November at Civic Square in Wellington. They day will begin with the kids having a cricket match with Sophie Devine. Then you will be able to meet some of our wonderful kids with T1 Diabetes and listen to what they have to say. You will also get to meet the MEDIKIDZ characters.

The day begins at 8:00 am and should finish at 10:00 am. We hope you will bring your family and friends along to join in the fun!

If you need more information, write contact@diabetesyouth.org.nz

 

 

 

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2013 John McLaren Youth Awards Winners

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Announcing the 2013 John McLaren Youth Awards Winners!

We are happy to announce the two winners for 2013 are Max Burney and Jack Timings. Both won $1000 each to put them closer to their individual efforts and we couldn’t be more proud of them.

Read about Max and Jack here.