Get ready to achieve your goals with T1D.

Written by healthcare professionals and people who live with T1D, our free guide for adults is filled with practical advice on:

  • travelling with T1D (things to know and a checklist for before you go)
  • your social life (including friendships and avoiding the hangover hypos)
  • exercise and your BGLs
  • preventing and dealing with diabetes burnout
  • coping with work and T1D
  • and lots more!

No matter how long you’ve been living with T1D, our FREE guide will help you kick T1D goals.

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Travel with T1D

Type 1 diabetes shouldn’t stop you from doing the things you want to do – and this includes travel.

If you’re looking to hit the road or jump on a plane, check out practical advice from the experts below or download Straight to the Point.

Get organised

A wise person once said ‘if you fail to plan, you’re planning to fail’, and this definitely rings true for life with type 1 diabetes.

Now is a great time to take charge of your organisation, stocktake your supplies and book essential appointments. Keep scrolling for practical organisation tips from the experts or download Straight to the Point for free.

Exercise & managing your T1D

Exercise is great for you. There’s no doubt about it. Aside from making you feel good, assisting with weight management and boosting your health, it also increases your insulin sensitivity.

Keep reading to learn more about exercising with T1D or download Straight to the Point for more in-depth information.

Beat T1D burnout

While physical health is emphasised with diabetes, the emotional, social and psychological effects can often be overlooked.

If you’re struggling with type 1 diabetes, the time to seek support and take active steps to care for your mental health is now. Read on or download Straight to the Point to learn more about beating burnout.

Get your hustle on

Managing type 1 diabetes at work comes with its own set of challenges, like deciding when to tell your boss and colleagues, scheduling meal times, dealing with discrimination, and navigating shifts.

But there are ways to make working with T1D much easier. Continue reading or download Straight to the Point for more in-depth information.

Have fun

Your type 1 diabetes shouldn’t prevent you from doing the things you enjoy. You can still enjoy a glass of wine with friends, private time with your partner, and a cool beer on a hot day.

Read on for practical tips for having fun with T1D from the experts, or download Straight to the Point to explore even more advice.