BEAT Diabetes


BEAT Diabetes is a free NHS service and an online supported programme for those living with Type 2 Diabetes. This is open to residents registered with GP practices that link to Frimley Park Hospital.

The programmes focus on Mind, Body and Behaviour and have been shown to be highly effective in improving diabetes self-management and finding ways to feel more confident and less overwhelmed by your condition. It increases your well-being by aiding you to make diabetes fit into, rather than take over your life.

For more information about how it works and free registration, please see their website.

About BEAT Diabetes

BEAT Diabetes is a digital health support service and is a NHS driven programme. It is one of only three national test bed programmes for diabetes chosen by NHS England and Innovate UK to provide structured self-management support for those living with type 2 diabetes. The BEAT Diabetes team consists of NHS healthcare practitioners, health care academics and technology providers.

The service combines three leading complimentary programmes to improve your diabetes, health and wellbeing.

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Rushmoor Link Community Directory

Welcome to the Rushmoor Link community directory. This is the place to find very local information about activities, groups and community services. Whether you are looking for support, to improve your health and wellbeing, socialise more, get active, learn something new or find a place to meet, Rushmoor Link is a good place to start.

How to get started. Choose a category. Information is sorted into categories by service or organisation name. The directory focuses on what is available locally through statutory, community and voluntary organisations.

Next step. Once you have hit the category button, scroll through the results. You can use the keyword search to narrow down the information (e.g., dementia, Aldershot, football).

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