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TYPE OF DIABETES
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Type 1 children
Diabetes in Pregnancy
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Hyperglycaemia (high glucose)
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Know Diabetes Personal Record & Care Plan
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Childhood Diabetes Video Series
What to expect when a child is diagnosed with diabetes. Essential viewing for parents and carers.
The 4 Ts of Type 1 diabetes
We believe that everyone who knows a child, of any age, should be aware of the symptoms of Type 1 diabetes - the 4 Ts
Type 1 Diabetes Aware - Diabetes UK and JDRF UK
The video features children living with type 1 diabetes and showing the most common symptoms of the condition. About 2,000 children a year are diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in the UK.
Type 1 Essentials for Children and Young People
Diabetes UK want to make parents, young people, healthcare professionals, parliamentarians and commissioners aware of the support that all children and young people who have Type 1 diabetes should be receiving.
Children with Diabetes
An online community for kids, families, and adults with diabetes, featuring message boards, chat rooms, and questions/answers from medical professionals.
Diabetes and Kids
This website provides information for children with diabetes.
Explores diabetes facts, types, research, you can blog your thoughts, and chat with other young people with diabetes.
10 things any parent should expect from their child's diabetes care
The Type 1 essentials for children and young people outline the 10 things any parent should expect from their child's diabetes care. It includes the care, checks and help that the child or family need to make sure their condition is managed well - in hospital, school and wider society.
Childhood Type 1 Diabetes Know the Numbers
This quick guide shows the blood glucose readings that you and your family should be aiming for.
Care in School Helpline
Providing rights-based information and support to make sure your child is happy and healthy at school (and that you know their rights)