Straight to the Point: a guide for adults living with type 1 diabetes. This is contained in our 'Adult Toolkit', however it is also available as a standalone resource. 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.
Type 1 diabetes – Your new diagnosis
This eight page booklet answers the five most common questions adults have when they have been diagnosed with type 1 diabetes (a family version is also available).
Type 1 diabetes – A new diagnosis in the family
This eight page booklet answers the five most common questions people have when a child in their family has been diagnosed with type 1 diabetes (an adult-focused version is also available).
T1 Teens - What Friends Need to Know
A 16 page booklet introducing type 1 diabetes to friends of teenagers with the condition, produced in collaboration with young people with type 1 diabetes.
About JDRF – the type 1 diabetes charity
A substantial eight page booklet highlighting our work. The A5 leaflet gives an overview of our research programme as well as introducing some of our other work. This leaflet is appropriate for those with and without a prior connection to type 1 diabetes.
Finding the Cure - About JDRF
A lightweight DL leaflet to give a brief introduction of the work we do. With an explanation of type 1 diabetes on the back, this leaflet is appropriate for those without prior knowledge of the condition (as well as those who live with it).
Type 1 Discovery magazine
Type 1 Discovery is our magazine, giving you the latest news, events, features and research updates about type 1 diabetes and JDRF three times a year.
Signs and Symptoms Poster
Help raise awareness of the symptoms of undiagnosed type 1 diabetes by putting these laminated posters up in your clinic or hospital.
Schools E-Learning Flyer
Flyer about our e-learning module for schools, to help raise awareness and educate teachers and teaching staff about type 1 diabetes
University Toolkit Flyer
Flyer about out University Toolkit which can be given to patients so they can access this online resource so they can prepare for university with type 1 diabetes.
Pregnancy Toolkit (e-download)
This e-downloads discusses pregnancy with type 1 diabetes, with special emphasis on preconception planning, the actual pregnancy and delivery. A copy of the PDF file will be emailed to you. If you do not have an email give us a call on 020 7713 2030.
Guidelines for schools, colleges and early years settings (e-download)
A free (PDF download) 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.
Type 1 Technology - A guide for young people and families
We have produced a family-friendly guide to type 1 diabetes technology, which highlights recommendations from NICE on treatments and technology for children and young people with type 1 diabetes.
Type 1 Technology - A guide for adults
Our guide to type 1 diabetes technology, which highlights recommendations from NICE on treatments and technology for adults with type 1 diabetes.
University Toolkit flyer
This flyer has information on our free University Toolkit which includes advice and support for young people with type 1 diabetes who are attending university or college for the first time
Signs and Symptoms Poster
Help raise awareness of the symptoms of undiagnosed type 1 diabetes by putting these posters up in your clinic or hospital.
Schools e-learning module flyer
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.
Let's Talk About Type 1 - School Pack
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.
School Pack flyer
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
Step-by-Step Guide to Insulin Pump Access
How to discuss your needs with your healthcare team to access an insulin pump
Access to Flash Glucose Monitoring
Discover how you can best access a flash glucose monitor on the NHS
Access to CGM
Get our guide to accessing continuous glucose monitoring systems
Workplace Toolkit for Employers
Advice for employers and line managers on supporting employees living with type 1 diabetes or who care for a relative with type 1 diabetes.
Workplace Toolkit for Employees
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.
Discovery Days flyer
Download our Type 1 Diabetes Discovery Days flyer to promote these free information sessions to your patients with type 1 diabetes
Workplace Useful Information sheet
Download this useful sheet to support managers and colleagues to know what to do in the event of a hypo
Useful Links and Resources sheet
Download this sheet that includes useful links and resources for people with type 1 diabetes
Hypo emergency wallet card
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.
Hypo Information Leaflet
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.
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.
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