Prime Minister Talks About Schoolchildren With Diabetes, UK
To mark World Diabetes Day on 14 November, Warrington MP and Secretary of the All Party Parliamentary Group for Diabetes Helen Southworth asked the Prime Minister what the Government is doing to help children with diabetes who are not receiving adequate support at school to effectively manage their condition.
Working group set up
Brown said that a working group had been set up to look at the needs of children with diabetes at school, and that the Department of Health was working with the Department of Children, Schools and Families on this issue.
Watch the Prime Minister's response
You can view the Prime Minister's response in full here. Diabetes UK on YouTube You can also watch other Diabetes UK videos such as our recent Bendy Bus viral video about Type 1 diabetes, on our YouTube channel.
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