This network allows people to share their experiences with others, ask questions, seek guidance and learn about opportunities for people with diabetes to access football.
The NHS has developed online guides for Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes. Find information to help when diagnosed, how to get support, understanding diabetes, managing insulin and blood glucose and living with diabetes.
Finding tasty diabetes recipes can be hard. Here you can find a collection of over 18 free cookbooks published digitally by Diabetes.co.uk.
As part of your daily routine, this app auto-logs the data & you can collect your daily therapy data such as meals, diet, meds, blood glucose, insulin, carbs and more.
Whether you've just been diagnosed or have been living with type 1 diabetes for some time, find information and support you need and connect with others with type 1.
Website put together by people living with diabetes and healthcare professionals to offer a selection of valuable resources that have been reviewed and agreed to be helpful.
Supporting vulnerable children and their families with special educational needs and people with learning disabilities and autism
A confidential helpline to offer support to anyone affected by diabetes. This includes people with diabetes and their families, health professionals, employers and others.
Diabetes UK's Support Forum is an online community where you can exchange knowledge and experiences with other people with diabetes, family and carers.
Our Know Your Risk tool calculates your risk of diabetes and instantly emails you practical tips and lifestyle advice.
This is simply a support group for anyone with Type 1 diabetes. We have over 33,000 members.
Resources for pregnant women with diabetes or those looking to conceive as well as healthcare professionals.
We provide a hardship fund to help families whose children suffer from Diabetes and who do not have the means to support them during times of crisis.
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.