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This resource gives a brief summary of the type of diabetes called Latent Autoimmune Diabetes of the Adult (LADA).
The Living Life to the Full course is a life skills course that aims to provide access to high quality, practical and user-friendly training in life skills. The course content teaches key knowledge in how to tackle and respond to issues/demands which we all meet in our everyday lives
Dementia can lead to problems with your memory and communication. This can make it difficult to care for your diabetes. Diabetes can also have an impact on your memory and understanding. This leaflet describes some of the issues that someone who has both conditions may face.
For information about living with type 2 diabetes, have a look here.
Diabetes can gradually damage the nerves and blood vessels supplying your feet. This happens so slowly that you may not notice that your feet are less sensitive than they used to be. As your feet are less able to let you know when something is damaging them, it is important to look after them. This…
This crib sheet is for emergency departments, acute medical admissions wards or acute medical assessment units to use during the COVID-19 pandemic for people with diabetes.
Managing type 1 diabetes during periods of stress can be challenging. This guide has been created to help you cope with living through the current situation with coronavirus. Compiled by Clinical Psychologist Dr Rose Stewart and the Wrexham Young Adult Diabetes Service (BCUHB, NHS Wales).