Diabetes Awareness for all

Diabetes awareness for all, our course helps support people understand how to support someone with Diabetes. Whether you are living with Diabetes, or supporting someone with Diabetes, we are here to help you.

Free Social Care Learning – powered by Care with Intelligence offers both Diabetes Training courses for free and free policies for organisations about Diabetes.

What does our Diabetes Awareness for all cover?

  • About Diabetes – Learn about Diabetes 
  • Treating Diabetes – How Diabetes is treated and managed. 
  • Monitoring – including videos on how to check blood sugar levels. 
  • Complications 
  • Impact of Diabetes 
  • Supporting people with Diabetes – Learn how to best support people living with Diabetes. 

Understanding diabetes, its symptoms, and its risk factors is essential for early detection and management. Diabetes is a metabolic disorder characterised by high blood sugar levels, which can lead to severe complications such as heart disease, kidney failure, and nerve damage if left unmanaged. Promoting diabetes awareness helps individuals recognize the importance of regular health check-ups, a balanced diet, and maintaining an active lifestyle. By spreading awareness, we empower people to take proactive steps towards preventing and managing diabetes, ultimately reducing its impact on their lives.

Raising diabetes awareness also involves educating the public about the different types of diabetes, including Type 1, Type 2, and gestational diabetes. Each type requires unique management strategies, making it vital for individuals to know which type they or their loved ones might be at risk for. Together, through collective efforts, we can improve diabetes awareness, leading to better health outcomes and a more informed society.

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Our Course on Diabetes is available here

Further reading about Diabetes:

Diabetes UK: As the leading charity for people living with diabetes in the UK, Diabetes UK offers a wealth of information on the types of diabetes, symptoms, risk factors, and management strategies. Their website includes resources for understanding the importance of regular health checks and provides tools like the “Know Your Risk” tool to assess the risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Visit Diabetes UK for more information.

Diabetes Week: Diabetes Week, organized by Diabetes UK, is an annual event aimed at raising awareness about the daily challenges of living with diabetes and the essential health checks needed for managing the condition effectively. The event encourages community involvement and provides digital resources to help spread the word. For details on how to participate, check out Diabetes Week 2024.

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