A downloadable PDF from the Scottish Type 1 Educational Programme with 10 top tips to self-managing diabetes.
Carbs & Cals is a popular printed book and smartphone app which shows thousands of photos of food portions, with the nutritional...
Diabetes discussion forum for all. Supported by Diabetes UK, but run and managed by an independent team of volunteers with...
Blog about growing up and family life following their daughter's diagnosis with T1.
One person's positive spin on living with T1.
A blog post by Joe, a person with T1D, about the term "type zeros" i.e. people without T1D
Superhero-style comic about type 1 diabetes diagnosis.
A page by the diabetes charity JDRF with information specifically for young adults.
Diabetes UK guide to diabetes for children
A TEDx talk by Dr Robin Goland of the Naomi Berrie Diabetes Center at Colombia University Medical Centre.
Summary of DVLA guidance relevant to people living with diabetes
A series of 5 videos taking you from the beginning of your diagnosis through to understanding how to dose adjust and understand...
ADDRESS2 aims to link those newly diagnosed with the latest research studies.
Father's blog about caring for child with type 1 diabetes.
Links to local Diabetes UK patient support groups searchable by postcode.
Basic information about carbohydrate counting.
Blog about marriage and living with T1DM for partners.
Blog looking at a LADA diagnosis later in life from a partner's perspective.
US carb counting game and more from Lenny lion, supported by Medtronic.
Jessica's blog post outlines some tips to help parents deal with teens with T1.
Personal blog about changes in type 1 diabetes care over the years. Links to London T1 Meetups Facebook Group.
Pharmacuetical company non-promotional video about insulin and sugar in the blood.
DigiBete is a video platform created in partnership with the Diabetes Team at Leeds Children's Hospital. It features videos...
'Diabetes for the brutally honest' the personal blog of a young woman T1 in the UK. This post is an open letter to any young...