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D:UDEs (Diabetes: Understanding Daily Events)
D:UDEs (Diabetes: Understanding Daily Events) is a section of MDMW aimed at young people with type 1 diabetes. It gives information on how to do the things you want to do in daily life, and look after your diabetes.
Streetwise covers the issues that really matter to young people with type 1 diabetes, providing a safe space online where you can learn about things that can sometimes be uncomfortable to talk about.
DigiBete is a video platform to share videos and educational resources about Type 1 Diabetes. The content is designed to help support children, young people and families self manage their own diabetes by extending the reach of clinical teams online. However digibete is not a substitute for the individuals own diabetes specialist HCPs.
Childhood diabetes video series
What to expect when a child is diagnosed with diabetes. Essential viewing for parents and carers.
Information for Teenagers
This resources supplies information for teenagers who have diabetes, including help with managing diabetes, and ways to connect with others going through similar situations.
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)
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.
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.
JDRF - The Type 1 Diabetes Charity
JDRF - The Type 1 Diabetes Charity. The website contains information and resources about living with type 1 diabetes. This includes an e-learning module promoting awareness of type 1 diabetes in schools .