INPUT (now merged with JDRF) is a charity which provides advocacy to increase access to technology for people with T1 diabetes.
7 easy tips and techniques to start making positive changes towards improving your HbA1c.
A selection of useful resources developed by clinical psychologist Dr Rose Stewart with the support of other healthcare…
Information about the Coronavirus/Covid19 outbreak, aimed for people and families living with type 1 diabetes.
Updated information about coronavirus / covid 19 for people living with all types of diabetes, their families, carers, partners…
Sick day rules flowchart from Leicester diabetes centre. Particularly useful for people with Type 1 Diabetes during the…
Rachel Humphrey, mum of a T1 child, campaigned and worked with the Civil Aviation Authority to develop this awareness card for…
Edinburgh Diabetes Centre's guide to gettting started and making the most of your flash sensor (Libre)
A fun quiz to run through some typical examples of data from flash sensor, and how to make the most from this exciting…
A downloadable PDF from the Scottish Type 1 Educational Programme with 10 top tips to self-managing diabetes.
The Nightscout Foundation exists to encourage and support the creation of open source technology projects that enhance the lives…
Carbs & Cals is a popular printed book and smartphone app which shows thousands of photos of food portions, with the nutritional…
Book for young people/children with T1 diabetes and their parents, written by Dr Ragnar Hanas. Also suitable for those diagnosed…
A brief guide to using Twitter to connect with other people with type 1 diabetes online.
Lifting the lid on the often unspoken taboo subject of menopause. Annie Cooper is a qualified nurse who blogs about her own T1…
Diabetes discussion forum for all. Supported by Diabetes UK, but run and managed by an independent team of volunteers with…
Lis Warren shares the ups and downs of living with T1, and how things have changed in half a century.
mySugr has some great education resources, and here is an example with advice on how to test your background insulin dose.
Beat is a UK charity supporting anyone affected by eating disorders.
A list of local eating disorder services - not diabetes specific.
Complex Care Plan. DWED - Diabetics With Eating Disorders is a charity providing support, advocacy and training for people…
"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.
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