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Spalding area diabetics will be able to make the use of a number of apps




New online tools for people living with diabetes in the East Midlands are now available on the NHS to help people manage their condition.

The three new online services will allow people to manage their condition online, with a range of videos and training available on each app for children and adults.

NHS investment in the technology means that patients will be offered advice on treatment and care, as well as training to adopt healthy behaviours on diet and exercise.

New apps are available for diabetics.
New apps are available for diabetics.

People living with Type 1 diabetes can access the following technology:

Digibete: Children and young people with Type 1 diabetes and their families will be able to use this app and website for a wide range of awareness, education, training and support resources.

MyType1Diabetes: Adults with Type 1 diabetes can use this by visiting myType1diabetes.nhs.uk. It includes videos and eLearning courses, to help people understand more about their Type 1 diabetes and increase their confidence in how to manage it.

People with Type 2 will be able to access the following from later this year:

Healthy Living for people with Type 2 diabetes: The platform provides users with the skills and knowledge to manage their Type 2 diabetes effectively, including advice on emotional and mental wellbeing, and helps users adopt and maintain healthy behaviours around diet and exercise.

Online appointments, routine discussions with GPs and a dedicated helpline for those treated with insulin are among a range of measures that the NHS has already adopted so that diabetes care can go ahead as normal.

The NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme is also being delivered remotely using platforms such as Microsoft Teams to continue to help those at risk of Type 2 diabetes to reduce their risk.

These are being offered alongside the world-leading Healthier You: NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme.


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