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Developing services for children and young people with diabetes
Developing services for children and young people with diabetes
National policy
National policy
National policy
National policy
National policy
National policy
Experience of young people and their families
Experience of young people and their families
Experience of young people and their families
Experience of young people and their families
Experience of young people and their families
Experience of young people and their families
National audit conclusions - 2002
National audit conclusions - 2002
National audit conclusions - 2006
National audit conclusions - 2006
NHS “Making every young person with diabetes matter” April 2007 www
NHS “Making every young person with diabetes matter” April 2007 www
Contents Why prioritise children and young people with diabetes
Contents Why prioritise children and young people with diabetes
What does Diabetes UK do for young people
What does Diabetes UK do for young people
What does Diabetes UK do for young people
What does Diabetes UK do for young people
What does Diabetes UK do for young people
What does Diabetes UK do for young people
What are the gaps to be filled by Diabetes UK
What are the gaps to be filled by Diabetes UK
Developing services for children and young people with diabetes
Developing services for children and young people with diabetes

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1 Developing services for children and young people with diabetes

Developing services for children and young people with diabetes

IDF Europe General Assembly Together we are stronger Dublin, Ireland, 22 September 2007

Douglas Smallwood Chief Executive, Diabetes UK

2 National policy

National policy

England and Wales Standard 5 of the National Service Framework requires that all children and young people with diabetes will receive consistently high quality care and they, with their families and others involved in their day-to-day care, will be supported to optimise the control of their blood glucose and their physical, psychological, intellectual, educational and social development.

Source: Diabetes UK, Diabetes: State of the Nations 2006

3 National policy

National policy

Northern Ireland The joint CREST / Diabetes UK Report on Diabetes (2003) identified children and young people within the key theme of targeting vulnerable groups.

Source: Diabetes UK, Diabetes: State of the Nations 2006

4 National policy

National policy

Scotland The Scottish Diabetes Action Plan commits to a programme of work focussing on children and adolescents, including: Improved access to out-of-hours services An audit of diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA) New national DKA management guidelines for adolescents and adults with Type 1 diabetes A national best practice initiative in collaboration with the Scottish Study Group for the Care of the Young with Diabetes.

Source: Diabetes UK, Diabetes: State of the Nations 2006

5 Experience of young people and their families

Experience of young people and their families

“My daughter is now 14 and has had diabetes for five years. At first she was well controlled and seemed to accept her condition. Now we have times when she refuses to inject, gets angry with everybody and blames us for her condition. In clinic all they seem interested in is getting her A1c down to an acceptable level. When I mention how she feels they just say, ‘Let’s get the A1c down first and we’ll discuss this next time.’ Maybe if they looked at the psychological effect on a teenager it would help with her A1c count.”

6 Experience of young people and their families

Experience of young people and their families

“When I go to clinic it doesn’t feel like my consultant really does anything to help me emotionally. The diabetic nurses only ring me once a year. I just wish they’d give us as teenagers more information on what to do when you’re going out, drinking alcohol etc, because it is so hard to deal with it. There’s so many other things to deal with I just sometimes get so sick of it. I sometimes just stop taking my injections, but then I feel really ill…”

7 Experience of young people and their families

Experience of young people and their families

“My daughter has been Type 1 for the last two years; she is now in Year 6 and we are lucky that we have a good school. My daughter’s friends can take her blood level if needed (her hands shake) and one teacher can do her injection if she can’t. When she went back to school her teacher had been to the library and got a book for himself and the classmates to read. She has been on a school trip for a week, with … good control all week. She has been encouraged to take part in all sports and is in many teams. She can test her blood in the classroom…Office staff check she has recorded her levels, and the dinner ladies make sure she picks the healthy options.”

8 National audit conclusions - 2002

National audit conclusions - 2002

“Care currently does not meet nationally agreed standards and this will continue to cause health problems for children with diabetes now and in the future. Children experience both blood glucose levels that are too low which impairs their development and too high which can lead to long-term complications if not addressed.. It appears that only one in seven to one in five of children, depending on age group, are meeting the recommended HbA1c level of below 7.5 per cent…” Diabetes UK National Paediatric Diabetes Audit (2002)

9 National audit conclusions - 2006

National audit conclusions - 2006

“84 per cent of children aren’t achieving recommended blood glucose levels, putting them at risk of serious complications like heart and kidney disease, blindness, strokes and amputations.” Healthcare Commission 2006

10 NHS “Making every young person with diabetes matter” April 2007 www

NHS “Making every young person with diabetes matter” April 2007 www

dh.gov.uk/publications Report of the findings of the Working Group set up in 2005

11 Contents Why prioritise children and young people with diabetes

Contents Why prioritise children and young people with diabetes

Policy context Commissioning services for children and young people with diabetes Provision of services and organisation of care Workforce planning and development Audit Information and information technology Research and development

12 What does Diabetes UK do for young people

What does Diabetes UK do for young people

Careline Publications Website: www.diabetes.org.uk Local campaigning Pumps Paediatric diabetes specialist nurses Support events for parents and families Family voluntary groups Fundraising and awareness Runs and walks School talks cont’d

13 What does Diabetes UK do for young people

What does Diabetes UK do for young people

Local authorities Guidelines for schools Northern Ireland Children's’ camps 18-30s focus group Scotland Young person’s summit Wales Policy guidance for schools Research projects cont’d

14 What does Diabetes UK do for young people

What does Diabetes UK do for young people

Campaigning Discrimination in schools Insulin pumps as part of Diabetes Week Volunteer achievement awards Young person’s category Free membership

15 What are the gaps to be filled by Diabetes UK

What are the gaps to be filled by Diabetes UK

Information provision External communication Schools Healthcare professionals Government bodies Practical guidance on implementing policy recommendations Increased engagement of young people and carers Recommendations for blood glucose monitoring in schools

16 Developing services for children and young people with diabetes
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