Diabetes (Year of Care)

The COVID19 outbreak is a fast changing situation, but we’re doing everything we can to make sure the most up-to-date information on its impact to people with diabetes is available to you. We’ve produced guidance, based on the latest information we have from the UK government, that we hope will go some way to answering any questions you might have about what each new piece of advice could mean for you and your family.

We’ll be keeping our guidance up-to-date in line with the latest from the government, and will make sure every time we update it, that we’ll let you know on our social media channels. We’ll also be making sure we direct you to other information about staying well, keeping active, and looking after your emotional wellbeing.



You can find the guidance by clicking here

We know that you will be worried about the impact this unfolding situation will have on you and your loved ones. We share your worries, but we also want you to know we will be by your side during this difficult journey, and that we’ll do everything we can to help.

Our helpline is here if you need to talk to us about any concerns or worries you have, and you can reach us on 0345 123 2399, or by emailing helpline@diabetes.org.uk. Our helpline is open Monday to Friday, from 9am to 6pm, and we’re here to help.

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Diabetes Stress Scale Questionnaire

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