If your child has been diagnosed with type 1 or type 2 diabetes, you may feel shocked, sad, or even angry or guilty at first, feelings that are perfectly normal. But the more you learn about diabetes, the better prepared you’ll be to talk about it with your child. Don’t be put off by your child’s questions, answering them can help you learn more about diabetes, too. Remember Infants and toddlers don’t understand why they need to have injections or get their fingers poked. To help, make the testing part of the daily routine, like nappy changes or going down for a nap etc. Read this book regularly with your child so that you can help them understand and cope with diabetes.
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