All Resources tagged with "Driving"
This video gives advice and recommendations for people with type 2 diabetes on how to have a healthier lifestyle.
This video explains everything you need to know about diabetic retinopathy. Through a series of animations, the viewer is taken through the journey of diabetic retinopathy.
This video provides a comprehensive guide to making the change from pills to insulin. The video has been broken into bite sized chunks to make it easier to view.
This video shows you how to monitor your type 2 diabetes by testing your urine and blood sugar levels. It also gives information on the causes and symptoms of hypoglycaemia and how to treat a 'hypo'.
This page explains what blood glucose testing is and why it is required for people with diabetes. It covers what the numbers mean, how to control your blood glucose level, and how and when to test your blood glucose.
Useful information and advice from the Foot Action Group for patients with Charcot foot.
This page explains what you need to know about driving if you have diabetes. It covers practical information such as the implications for your car insurance and whether you should inform the DVLA that you have diabetes, as well as potential risks such as having a hypo when you are at the wheel.
This page explains how diabetes might affect your ability to work and when it is appropriate to tell your employer.
This course, ‘Growing Up with Type 1 Diabetes’ is the second in a two-part series which provides information about life with diabetes. This part is especially aimed at young people with diabetes, particularly teenagers, who may be concerned about how their diabetes may affect them when facing new ex…
This page explains what hypoglycaemia is and provides detailed information on the causes and symptoms of a hypoglycaemic episode (a 'hypo') and what you should do if you have one.
This course provides information related to living with Type 1 diabetes including topics such as driving, travel, employment and lifestyle factors like healthy diet, alcohol and physical activity.
This course is aimed specifically at people newly diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. However, if you are either newly diagnosed or have been living with diabetes for some time, this will help you to understand your diabetes better.