Diabetes is one of the most common health conditions in the UK, affecting roughly 4 million people across the nation.

There are two types of diabetes: type 1 occurs when the body’s immune system begins to attack cells responsible for producing insulin, whereas type 2 is caused by the body not producing a sufficient amount of insulin.

Both types share some common symptoms such as increased thirst, tiredness, rapid weight loss, and blurred vision; as well as impacting mental health through increased stress and anxiety. All of these symptoms can have a major effect on daily life, subsequently demanding additional assistance from others.

Have you been affected by diabetes or know someone that has? If so, read on to find out how diabetes care at home or in other facilities could help.

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What is Diabetes Care?

Unfortunately, there is no guaranteed cure for diabetes, but there is support available to those who need it.

As a form of condition-led care, the sole purpose of diabetes care is to provide a specialised form of assistance to those suffering with inability to maintain daily obligations like medication, mobility, hygiene and many others.

Who is Diabetes Care For?

Diabetes care is available to anyone whose physical or mental abilities have become compromised as a result of the condition. No matter your age, location, or needs, diabetes care can help.

 

Obesity

Obese people are seven times as likely to be diagnosed with type 2 diabetes due to an increased body mass index (BMI).

 

Family History

A family history of type 1 diabetes further increases the possibility of it being discovered.

 

Aged 45+

While type 2 diabetes can develop at seemingly any time, it is much more common in people over the age of 45. If you have recently started to show symptoms, it’s best to act sooner rather than later.

“I am very pleased with the carers who attended me, as they were both polite and respectful in every way.”

- Barry Skinner

How My Care My Home Can Help

Despite diabetes being a complex health issue, My Care My Home are well-equipped to provide a helping hand.

As with many other types of care services, My Care My Home have accrued many years in sourcing and providing care to suffering individuals. Your preferences are what ultimately forms our approach to your care, as we ensure that your specific demands are accommodated for.

If there’s another issue you require help with, we can deliver multiple services as needed. Find out more about our other condition-led care services.

The Care Process

We get to work the second you reach out to us. This allows us to operate quickly and meet any demands in an efficient manner.

1. First Call

Upon contacting us, a friendly member of our team will discuss your issues and ways in which you would like further assistance. Be sure to mention any specific things you want help with so that we can build them into your overall care plan.

2. Information and Advice

At all stages, our team will be available to address any of your concerns and offer free information and advice as you need it.

3. Ongoing Plan

Having established your specific type of care, we can monitor all proceedings to ensure that everything is running smoothly. If anything requires adjusting, we will conduct whatever is necessary to ultimately help you live comfortably.

Contact Us

Your health and wellbeing is our priority. Contact My Care My Home today and get the help you deserve.

​​​​​​​ Email us 0800 731 8470

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