Empowering Children and Young People with Diabetes through Structured Education

Summary

SEREN is a national diabetes education programme for children and young people (CYP) developed by healthcare professionals and parent representatives from Wales. The first modules are delivered over the 6-8 weeks following diagnosis and aim to improve CYP’s knowledge and understanding of diabetes, empowering them to manage their diabetes from day one. The programme includes a full curriculum with lesson plans for staff, a workbook for the young person, educator records to track progress and an array of supporting teaching resources.

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QiC Diabetes Winner 2017
Empowering People with Diabetes - Children, Young People and Emerging Adults
Empowering Children and Young People with Diabetes through Structured Education
by Children and Young People’s Wales Diabetes Network

Contacts

Bethan Jones

Job title:
Project Support Officer
Place of work:
Children and Young People’s Wales Diabetes Network (hosted by Cardiff and Vale University Health Board)
Email:
bethan.jones7@wales.nhs.uk


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