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Diabetes Scotland


Living with Type 1 diabetes is difficult at any age. For young people who are also faced with the challenges of becoming an adult and making important life choices, managing a longterm condition can become that bit more burdensome.

At Diabetes Scotland, we are embarking on an ambitious new project to empower young people aged 16 to 25, who are living with Type 1 diabetes, to influence and effect change in care, services and support. Thanks to funding from Young Start at the Big Lottery Fund, we are currently recruiting volunteers from all over Scotland to join our Young Leaders programme. Those involved will be given the opportunity to plan and deliver a range of activities to raise awareness and tackle the issues that are important to them.

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