Our resource hub is home to a wealth of articles, stories and videos about managing and living with type 1 diabetes.
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Our researchers are working on different ways to develop a cure for type 1 diabetes - from growing insulin-producing beta cells in labs to hacking the immune system.
Learn about the technologies that can deliver insulin automatically when needed. And discover the next generation of insulins that are currently being developed.
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The announcement is the biggest treatment breakthrough for type 1 diabetes since the discovery of insulin.
This event is designed for anyone living with type 1 diabetes who would like to learn more about managing their wellbeing across a variety of contexts.
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Take our free course for schools to learn more about supporting pupils with type 1 diabetes in educational settings.
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It is essential that schools have the information and support that they need to understand type 1 diabetes and support young people in school. Browse our free resources to order or download and take our e-learning module to build your knowledge.
Our free education resources provide support and information about type 1 for teachers, school staff, parents and pupils both online and as part of our School Pack.
Our free School Pack includes information for teachers and parents on managing type 1, the symptoms of hypos and hypers and how to support a child with type 1 in educational and social settings.
This free e-learning module has been designed to help teaching staff provide appropriate support for children or young people with type 1 in their care.
Information to support parents and carers at the time of diagnosis. It includes guidance on type 1 management, type 1 tech for children and how to work in partnership with nurseries, childminders and schools.
Lawrence Newton talks about his son Oliver’s type 1 diagnosis and finding support through family, friends, and other parents of children with type 1.
Daisy started wearing an insulin pump which cut out all injections (unless there is an emergency). The pump is changed every three days and will be on either her arm, leg or tummy. Since wearing the pump, it has meant Daisy can have snacks between meals or have an ice cream on a hot day without an extra injection.
We had a meeting with the head teacher, the deputies and the two teachers that she was going to have. And the ladies from the nursery and a couple of the nurses from the hospital came. We got a lot of support. We set out a plan for how they were going to monitor her.
There’s a lot to learn after a type 1 diagnosis. If you're a teacher of a newly-diagnosed child or young person, we’ll guide you through everything you need to know – and share stories from people who have been there too.
Learn about the causes, signs and symptoms of type 1, how it's different to type 1 diabetes, and what treatments are available to manage the condition.
Learn about the different types of tech for monitoring blood glucose levels and getting insulin into a child’s body.
Our University Toolkit includes information for young people to help manage type 1 effectively while living independently. Topics include relationships, studying and exam stress, alcohol, emotional wellbeing and exercise.
Explore our Type 1 Diabetes Discovery events and browse our resource hub for more type 1 lifestyle information.
This event is designed for anyone living with type 1 diabetes who would like to learn more about managing their wellbeing across a variety of contexts. We will explore approaches and ideas around the themes of nutrition, mental health, physical activity and socialising in younger and older groups.
Schools up and down the country are raising money to help fund our life changing research. We have a whole host of fun activities and ideas for you to try at school or you can bring your own idea to life.
Get advice and information about managing type 1 diabetes around everyday life and general health and wellbeing.
Getting connected is a great way to learn about type 1. Explore social media groups, online forums and shared stories.
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