US site for parents of children with T1 - recommended / reviewed books with links to amazon.com
A project for children and young people using the UCLH service that allows them to talk, connect and share experiences
Blogs from healthcare professionals, parents and children at UCLH diabetes dept.
Single video, made in the US, explaining the basics of Type 1 diabetes.
Pinterest boards from parentingdiabetes.com with tips for Type 1 Diabetes and raising children with type 1 diabetes
In healthcare, 'transition' describes the process of preparing, planning and moving from children’s to adult services. The...
Website for 'Young Minds', a UK charity providing support and resources for children, young people, parents and professionals to...
Resource for information on symptoms and causes of hypoglycaemia, with quizzes around different aspects of hypoglycaemia.
A list of local eating disorder services - not diabetes specific.
One of many blogs by Kerri Sparling discussing living with T1.
Personal account of T1 as a young person, and the peer support found in social media.
Part of the Jenny Lind Children’s hospital website, with a range of resources for families affected by type 1 diabetes.
A short video guide about carrying out a blood glucose check. Produced by the UCLH children and young people's diabetes service.
UCLH video showing how to give a glucagon injection in case of emergency or severe hypoglycaemia
UCLH video showing how to perform an insulin injection with a Novopen Echo insulin pen.
US site supporting parents of teens with T1. Just for Parents is an online program to help parents who are struggling with teens...
The National Children and Young People's Diabetes network is working towards agreed standards of care, outcomes and process of...
Kim Vlasnik is a US blogger and diabetes advocate. She began writing Texting My Pancreas in the summer of 2010 and it's where...
Dukllands - The Diabetes UK Lewisham, Lambeth & Southwark Family Support Group for young people & families living with Type 1...
This is a website created by young people from all over Scotland with Type 1 diabetes for all young people with Type 1 diabetes.
Diab-eaties is a game to help younger children understand diabetes, particularly carbohydrate counting.
This website from Diabetes UK provides information on diabetes, especially for children and teenagers.