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Diabetes and Young People

Diabetes and Young People
Children newly diagnosed with diabetes may feel confused. It is important that your child understands what diabetes is and what that means for them. Then they can take control of their diabetes management and a sense of ownership of their condition.
Diabetes is part of their daily life now; responsibility for their health, praising good practice and support when things get tough are important. Make sure their school and teachers are aware of their condition and have enough information to be able to support them.

Having a normal life

If your child has diabetes it doesn't mean they can't do the same activities as their friends. Your child, and any adult supporting them, should be aware that they might need a small snack before taking part in any physical activity.
You can order a free story book to help explain diabetes, and a children's diabetes diary from our Diabetes Care Line on 08000 352525.


Sanofi All Stars

Sanofi have a range of support material and tools for young people with diabetes and their families in our All Stars materials which can be ordered by calling the Diabetes Care Line on 08000 352525.
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