When booking a course with Diabetes Book and Learn your course will either be remote, digital, or video face-to-face. They’re all of the same quality but they have some major differences. Allow us to explain…
Four easy steps to help you access video face-to-face courses.
It’s crucial to have the reassurance that diabetes courses and their providers are of good quality. The best way to get that reassurance is hearing from the people who know best - people with diabetes that have taken one of the courses! This is what they had to say...
Life can get so busy that you may consider delaying certain tasks or activities. But your diabetes education should never be one of them. In doing so you’re quite literally putting your health on hold, and with increased health risks around such as Covid-19, now is definitely the time to be more proactive.
After understanding that your diabetes education is vital for your health and wellbeing, deciding which course to go on is the next milestone. We’ve listed our courses here and detailed who they would be suited to and what they involve.
Some conditions require people to be aware of their numeracy skills in order to manage and look after their health, one of those is Diabetes. Enhanced numeracy skills help support people to manage their diets, make and keep medical appointments, measure medicine doses, or simply work out a routine for taking tablets throughout a day.
Whether you have been living with Type 2 diabetes for a long time or you are newly diagnosed, having the most up-to-date knowledge is vital for you to manage your diabetes in your day-to-day life
Whether you've just been diagnosed or you've lived with diabetes for a long time, you may need support for all the emotions you're feeling.
Living with Diabetes can sometimes be challenging and knowing where to turn for support with your daily wellbeing is key.
It can be difficult to decide when to tell your employer and work colleagues about your diabetes and even harder to ask for time off work to attend diabetes education.
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