"What your teen would like you to know". Useful guide to conversations with teens with T1 from the Behavioural Diabetes...
Established as a social media presence by a group of diabetes healthcare professionals when Coronavirus hit the UK. Intended to...
Some handy information from Dr Rose Stewart and DSN Beth Kelly about the Covid-19 / Coronvirus Vaccine rollout.
Official DAFNE (dose adjustment for normal eating) website.
Suggestions for ways to relax that don't just revolve around 'deep breathing'
Diabetes UK's 'Balance' guide to insulins, medication, meters, pens & pumps available in the UK
Many aircraft carriers permit passengers with type 1 diabetes to take an additional piece of hand luggage to contain their...
Modular online learning for managing Type 1 Diabetes from BERTIE (Royal Bournemouth and Christchurch Hospitals NHS Foundation...
Dr Masding, from Poole hospital, writes about the 'black box' of diabetes management
A pdf comic book following the life of Delphine Arduini.
A blog post by Joe, a person with T1D, about the term "type zeros" i.e. people without T1D
A blog post explaining why someone with type 1 diabetes may take metformin and its benefits and potential side effects
A blog post written to parents of children with T1D by Jess, a 16 year old with T1D. Jess shares 7 tips about starting secondary...
An article for nurses on footcare for people with Diabetes originally published in the British Journal of Community Nursing.
Diabulimia: The World's Most Dangerous Eating Disorder. A BBC documentary following three people living with type 1 diabetes and...
Thoughts on living well with diabetes
Animated infographic about diabulimia and other eating disorders, created to raise awareness.
A video by T1D Sarah about different possible injection sites.
Dave compares Enlite/Medtronic Veo with Abbott Freestyle Libre flash monitor
Facebook group focussing on Disability Living Allowance (DLA) and discounted trips for children and families.
A blog for Diabetes UK by Katie Collins with ideas and options for where to wear an insulin pump.
Miss Jen Grieves discusses her experiences of changing from daily injections to the Omnipod.
Equips parents and teachers with the information you need to understand type 1 diabetes and support children in school
A post by Markus on the mySugr blog about struggling with high blood glucose following exercise.