What is Diabetes?
This section explains what type 1 diabetes is. It covers what care you should expect to receive, the different treatments for each type of diabetes and what resources are available for you.
Increase your knowledge of different insulins and the different ways of administering them.
Diabetes can cause problems with a lot of different areas of your body, including your eyes, feet, kidneys, heart and mental health. In this section you can find out more about these problems and how to reduce your risk of developing them.
Find out more about blood glucose monitoring, targets and short term consequences of low blood glucose levels (hypoglycaemia) and high blood glucose levels (hyperglycaemia).
My Kids / Young Adults
This section contains information about diabetes for children, young adults and their carers.
Diet and activity are key for diabetes management- here we present guidance on these and how diabetes may impact on work, social life, travel and driving.
This section contains diaries, testimonials and videos of patients living with diabetes sharing their experiences and challenges they have encountered since diagnosis.
This section will explain how diabetes can affect pregnancy, how you can reduce the risks in pregnancy to you and your baby, what things you need to think about before becoming pregnant and what care you should receive, both during pregnancy and afterwards.
This section contains diabetes resources supporting non-English languages and people from ethnic minority groups.