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Introducing IDDT – the InDependent Diabetes Trust

Diabetes – Parents Passport For Schools

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The InDependent Diabetes Trust [IDDT] is all too aware of the difficulties that children with diabetes and their parents face in everyday life when managing the condition. One area that proves particularly problematic is managing the condition at school. With this in mind, IDDT has produced a new, FREE booklet, the Parents Passport for Schools.

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Too many Children with diabetes not getting the care they need

Too many children and young people with diabetes not getting the care they need

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The National Paediatric Audit report by the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, March 2015, has shown that in England and Wales only 16.1% of young people aged 12 years and older are receiving the 7 annual checks that every child with diabetes should have. This is a slight improvement from the last audit but still very worrying.

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First ever mandatory care standards to improve the level of care of children and young people with diabetes

Young diabetics ‘get worse care’

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There is an urgent need for effective public health strategies to deal with diabetes, starting with more consistent NHS testing, says Jenny Hirst, Chair of the InDependent Diabetes Trust (IDDT).

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InDependent Diabetes Trust