Our resource hub is home to a wealth of articles, stories and videos about managing and living with type 1 diabetes.
Place your order for our free information packs that support adults and children who have been recently diagnosed.
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.
We have a wide range of fun and festive designs to choose from. Fund life changing research while spreading joy this Christmas!
This Christmas, your gift can bring us closer to a cure for type 1 diabetes – and every pound you give to our Christmas Appeal will be doubled.
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.
We provide a wealth of information and free resources to help you support and empower your patients or students.
Take our free course for schools to learn more about supporting pupils with type 1 diabetes in educational settings.
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We provide a wealth of information and free resources to help you support and empower your patients.
Find out more about our free clinic resources to support newly diagnosed patients and place your clinic order today.
Our free KIDSAC helps parents and their children to deal with their diagnosis.
A free support and information pack for newly diagnosed adults. Also suitable for older teenagers.
This 170-page book is a useful reference to help you keep on track and give you ideas for how to get the most out of life with type 1 diabetes.
This leaflet contains useful information for when you, or someone close to you, has been diagnosed with type 1 diabetes.
This leaflet is aimed towards a younger audience and contains all the tools needed to understand or discuss type 1 diabetes.
Throughout this toolkit, we’ll talk about many of the factors that you have to consider when getting ready for a baby. We will discuss pregnancy with type 1 diabetes, with special emphasis on preconception planning, the actual pregnancy and delivery.
Help raise awareness of the symptoms of undiagnosed type 1 diabetes by putting these posters up in your clinic or hospital.
A hypo information leaflet for you to print out and keep, or give to your friends, family and workplace. It explains what a hypo is, some of the signs and symptoms, and getting help in an emergency. In association with Dextro Energy – Fast and Direct.
A hypo emergency card for you to print out and keep in your wallet or purse. Fill out the relevant details (such as where your hypo treatments are kept) in case you are ever in need of assistance.
Advice for employers and line managers on supporting employees living with type 1 diabetes or who care for a relative with type 1 diabetes.
Type 1 diabetes is no barrier to a successful, rewarding and fulfilling career. However, some people worry about what bearing their diabetes will have on their employment, whether they should tell their employer or how they will be supported.
Download this useful sheet to support managers and colleagues to know what to do in the event of a hypo.
Download our Type 1 Diabetes Discovery Days flyer to promote these free information sessions to your patients with type 1 diabetes.
We have produced this flyer which outlines the details of the e-learning module to help school teachers provide appropriate support for children or young people with type 1 in their care.
Our 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.
A flyer which can be given to parents of children with type 1 so that they can order a School Pack to use to discuss their child's support needs with teachers at school.
A free 28 page guideline for schools, colleges and early years settings. Includes sections on: roles and responsibilities; insulin injections and pumps; blood glucose monitoring; PE, exercise and diabetes, and much more.
“We didn’t realise how life-changing type 1 is, but we had to quickly accept it. Caden was given Rufus the bear from JDRF in hospital when he was starting to feel a bit better. He really bonded with Rufus, and they became best friends instantly.”
You're already aware that there's a lot to learn after a new type 1 diagnosis. Support your patients to understand everything they need to know and to learn from others who have been there too.
A guide to support parents and carers at the time of diagnosis. It provides information on type 1 management topics, type 1 tech for children and how to work with nurseries, childminders and schools.
Our guide to type 1 diabetes technology helps people with type 1 learn about insulin and the different ways to get it into their body. It also includes information on the different devices that can help with monitoring blood glucose levels.
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.
Our Discovery days, events and exhibitions are free to attend and offer a great opportunity to meet others with type 1 diabetes. Hear from leading experts, explore type 1 tech and take part in discussions groups on a wide variety of topics. These informative community events are held across the UK and are open to all.
Join us in London for an informative event dedicated to exploring the world of type 1 diabetes. Discover the latest developments in type 1 research, hear from experts in the field and connect with others living with type 1 diabetes.
The research, which was co-funded by JDRF, reveals that drugs that target the immune system offer very effective and rapid improvements in stabilising blood sugar levels, often within just three months.
The new JDRF-funded clinical trial called SOPHIST will test a drug to help people with type 1 diabetes and heart failure.
Results from a clinical trial called the PROTECT study show that teplizumab can preserve beta cell function in children and adolescents newly diagnosed with type 1 diabetes.
Our Resource Hub is home to a wealth of information and shared experiences about living with type 1 diabetes.
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Language Matters Diabetes has slowly evolved into a global movement that discusses the language we use when dealing with different types of diabetes. View the Language Matters guide.