The charity has offered tips to help people
with Type 1 diabetes and recommends
following @_diabetes101 on Twitter where
a group of healthcare professionals can
signpost you to expert information. JDRF
is also encouraging people to read its blog
to connect with the Type 1 community,
CLICK HERE to read.
And, while big meet-ups aren't on the
agenda right now, JDRF is making the
most of virtual meet-ups, which is also
raising much-needed funds for research
The charity hosted its first fun online
quiz in May, raising over £10,000. Another
Quiz2Cure is planned for June.
Diabetes UK worked with NHS London,
Novo Nordisk and Insulet to set up a
platform to supply immediate clinical
advice to insulin-treated diabetes, if
you can't access your usual care team.
The dedicated NHS Diabetes Advice
helpline is available to call on 0345-
123-2399 (0141-212-8710 in Scotland)
You can also email the trained staff on
if in Scotland, then use
Diabetes UK's Covid-19 page:
for regular news updates
Dedicated NHS Diabetes Advice helpline
You are invited,
come along online!
Several charities and other
organisations are making a huge
effort this year to reach out to us all
as we deal with C-19. Take a look at
what is on offer and join in. You've got
a decision on your hands, lucky you!