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Coeliac South Australia and Northern Territory is a non-government funded, not for profit organisation, administered solely by a group of dedicated volunteers, providing assistance and advice on all matters relating to coeliac disease.

Coeliac South Australia and Northern Territory relies on membership fees to maintain the present level of support to people with the condition and has a close affiliation with the national group.

The committee organises high quality, informative public events in Adelaide for Coeliac Awareness Week, held during March each year.

The focus of Coeliac South Australia and Northern Territory is to:

  • Promote the welfare of children and adults with coeliac disease
  • Provide coping skills for adults and children suffering from coeliac disease, dermatitis herpetiformis and diabetes
  • Support the parents of coeliac children
  • Promote public awareness of the condition
  • Liaise where possible to resolve issues that may mislead or confuse the inexperienced member regarding the gluten free diet
  • Provide equitable access to information that assists people to not only adjust to life with this condition, but to enjoy optimum health through a safely managed diet

Community requests for information and support is steadily increasing, therefore the work of  Coeliac South Australia and Northern Territory is an important contributing factor to improved health for many South Australian families.

Please support the organisation that works for our coeliac community by taking up membership. Membership is open to people diagnosed with coeliac disease, dermatitis herpetiformis, those medically diagnosed as requiring a gluten free diet and their carers. A letter from a registered medical practitioner is required to verify the above. Health professionals, such as GPs, gastroenterologists and dietitians, are also welcome to join.

The Coeliac Centre is open Monday-Friday, 10am–4pm, and Saturday, 10am-1pm.

Assistance and advice is offered through a network of Support Groups in South Australia. Support Groups meet on a regular basis, provide current dietary information, and organise social functions.

Regional Support Groups exist in the following areas:

  • Fleurieu Peninsula (Southern Support Group)
  • Port Pirie
  • Port Lincoln
  • Victor Harbor

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Point of Care Testing for coeliac antibodies
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