Living with diabetes? What matters to you?

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South East London Integrated Care System wants to ensure that everyone living with diabetes receives the care they need. We want to hear from people with lived experience of diabetes what are the issues that really matter to them – in terms of the health and care services they use.

We’re particularly keen to hear the voices of people from Black African, Black Caribbean and South Asian heritage, as we know these groups are more at risk of diabetes and more at risk of experiencing diabetes complications.

We’ve teamed up with Mabadiliko CIC to help us engage with local people. Together we developed a survey and we will be running engagement sessions to understand how health and care services can meet everyone’s needs. The results of the survey and the engagement will be used to develop measurable tangible results for us to deliver on, meeting the needs and supporting people living with diabetes.

Complete the short survey here


Who can take part in the survey?

We are looking for eligible people to complete our short surveys to make their voices are heard. Take this opportunity to tell what matters to you.

You will be eligible to take part if you have Black African, Black Caribbean or South Asian heritage and have lived experience of Diabetes (you or someone close to you). You must live in South East London and be 18 years old or older.

Eligible people will be emailed a £10 ONE4ALL VOUCHER by Mabadiliko CIC for each successfully completed survey.


Watch our video to learn more about the project and our partner organisation, as well as see more information about diabetes.


In addition to the survey we would like to invite everyone living with diabetes in south east London to use the forum chat below and tell us what matters to you.

Your views and feedback, together with the survey report and engagement sessions insights will be used to develop measurable results for us to deliver on, ensuring we are meeting your needs and improve the support for people living with diabetes in south east London.

South East London Integrated Care System wants to ensure that everyone living with diabetes receives the care they need. We want to hear from people with lived experience of diabetes what are the issues that really matter to them – in terms of the health and care services they use.

We’re particularly keen to hear the voices of people from Black African, Black Caribbean and South Asian heritage, as we know these groups are more at risk of diabetes and more at risk of experiencing diabetes complications.

We’ve teamed up with Mabadiliko CIC to help us engage with local people. Together we developed a survey and we will be running engagement sessions to understand how health and care services can meet everyone’s needs. The results of the survey and the engagement will be used to develop measurable tangible results for us to deliver on, meeting the needs and supporting people living with diabetes.

Complete the short survey here


Who can take part in the survey?

We are looking for eligible people to complete our short surveys to make their voices are heard. Take this opportunity to tell what matters to you.

You will be eligible to take part if you have Black African, Black Caribbean or South Asian heritage and have lived experience of Diabetes (you or someone close to you). You must live in South East London and be 18 years old or older.

Eligible people will be emailed a £10 ONE4ALL VOUCHER by Mabadiliko CIC for each successfully completed survey.


Watch our video to learn more about the project and our partner organisation, as well as see more information about diabetes.


In addition to the survey we would like to invite everyone living with diabetes in south east London to use the forum chat below and tell us what matters to you.

Your views and feedback, together with the survey report and engagement sessions insights will be used to develop measurable results for us to deliver on, ensuring we are meeting your needs and improve the support for people living with diabetes in south east London.

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