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Working to raise awareness, improve care and provide help, support and information for people with diabetes and their families across Scotland.
This is a document to help you understand what support schools should provide. This has been created in partnership with teachers, parents, healthcare professionals, Scottish Government and Diabetes Scotland.
We are seeking a new Chair of the council who is able to attend approximately four meetings per year in Glasgow. The Council is made up of people living with diabetes, healthcare professionals, and individuals who can bring specific skills to the Charity
Diabetes Scotland is undertaking a survey of health care professionals, which will look at experience of care and the challenges of living with diabetes.
Read the report on diabetes care in Scotland
Our work with Scotland's south asian community
With you on board we will be stronger than ever
"I overcame my ‘denial’ of having diabetes and I started to take control."
If you have a few hours to spare, we'd love to hear from you! Bag packing day on Dec 21st!
Celebrating the achievements of our fantastic fundraisers
The latest progress on making sure everyone has equal access to insulin pumps
Diabetes UK Scotland launches checklist of 15 ‘must have’ services to stay healthy.
provides support and information to people with diabetes as well as friends, family and carers.
Diabetes Scotland and Edinburgh International Science Festival are coming together to offer school students the chance to participate in Live for It!, a new interactive and fun programme of workshops and activities designed to tackle childhood obesity
Diabetes UK Scotland Affinity Account
Call Careline Scotland for info and support
The NHS Scotland interactive diabetes website
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